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Al-Zarqawi's Termination a Termination of Democratic Hopes for 2006

Today was a milestone in winning the war on terror. Make absolutely no mistake about it. in spirt of some of the spin of the MSM his termination is huge. However, today is also the day some Democrats took out their weenies and stomped all over them. Up and down, up and down.....

"Some Democrats, breaking ranks from their leadership, today said the death of terrorist leader Abu Musab Zarqawi in Iraq was a stunt to divert attention from an unpopular and hopeless war.

"This is just to cover Bush's [rear] so he doesn't have to answer" for Iraqi civilians being killed by the U.S. military and his own sagging poll numbers, said Rep. Pete Stark, California Democrat. "Iraq is still a mess -- get out."

Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich, Ohio Democrat, said Zarqawi was a small part of "a growing anti-American insurgency" and that it's time to get out.

"We're there for all the wrong reasons," Mr. Kucinich said. "

Yeah, yeah...."Cut and Run", ......

This party is clueless. The American people by and large don't want a cut and run policy in Iraq, and yet these morons can't understand why they simply can't get elected.

Let me help - OUT OF TOUCH.

By the way, Stark you'll remember back in 2004 personally left a message on one of his constituant's answering machine: "“[To] let you tell me why you think you’re such a great, god-damned hero.”. The recipient, an Iraq war veteran, was Daniel Dow. Not a smooth move during an election year. Glad to see him show his ignorant ass in another election year.

No doubt though that Zarqawi's termination was the reason for the sudden "change of position" in reference to William "Dollar Bill" Jefferson.

I told you that this Summer would be a BANG and it's even better than I thought.

UPDATE: Per Michelle Malkin, the Israeli's nuked number #2 most wanted terrorist, Hamas's own Jamal Abu Samhadana today as well - DAMN it's a GOOD DAY! Not to mention those 17 houses full of intel. Hmmm, what stories they will tell.

Also be sure to check out AJ Strata who was calling the hit on Zarqawi for a while now. I've been saying, AJ would have made a fine ops dog.


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