Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Strib gets message from readers

So do the six "We were only praying" imams. CAIR has done its best to cast them as victims and the airlines and Americans as the aggressors, but people aren't buying it.

Pelosi - The Little Corporal gets spanked

In the LA Times no less.

Do we really need a Gen. Pelosi?
Congress can cut funding for Iraq, but it shouldn't micromanage the war.
March 12, 2007
AFTER WEEKS OF internal strife, House Democrats have brought forth their proposal for forcing President Bush to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq by 2008. The plan is an unruly mess: bad public policy, bad precedent and bad politics. If the
legislation passes, Bush says he'll veto it, as well he should.

It was one thing for the House to pass a nonbinding vote of disapproval.
It's quite another for it to set out a detailed timetable with specific
benchmarks and conditions for the continuation of the conflict. Imagine if
Dwight Eisenhower had been forced to adhere to a congressional war plan in
scheduling the Normandy landings or if, in 1863, President Lincoln had been
forced by Congress to conclude the Civil War the following year. This is the
worst kind of congressional meddling in military strategy.

Of course, being the LA Times they had to put some digs in on our President. If they didn't, well, that would tear a hole in reality, because they are the LA Times after all.

The Little Corporal and her cronies would do well to stop playing soldier.

Update: portrait from my e-mail