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  Monday, November 21, 2005

I think it was Sen. Ted Kennedy who first foisted the Democrat position that Bush lied his way into war with Iraq, and it was for personal reasons that he took us there.  Never mind that Ted Kennedy and most other Democrats voted in support of our going into Iraq, but hey, that's nit picking.  There were actually seven reasons that the President stated as to why we need to go there, "without illusion and without fear."  Let me refresh your memory with this link.  And for those that weren't listening or didn't see it, here is the audio link.  The video link is on this page.

President George W. Bush addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York City on the issues concerning Iraq Thursday, September 12. White House photo by Paul Morse.



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Ralph Peters offers his perspective on the Democrats' current position on the war in Iraq.  Based on what they are saying to anyone who will listen, and then some, they want out of Iraq, and they aren't looking forward beyond their nose to the consequences of their position, regardless if it were to come to fruition.  Read the whole article, this is how it begins.  How To Lose A War.

November 21, 2005 -- QUIT. It's that simple. There are plenty of more complex ways to lose a war, but none as reliable as just giving up.

Increasingly, quitting looks like the new American Way of War. No matter how great your team, you can't win the game if you walk off the field at half-time. That's precisely what the Democratic Party wants America to do in Iraq. Forget the fact that we've made remarkable progress under daunting conditions: The Dems are looking to throw the game just to embarrass the Bush administration.

Use this New York Post link for the rest of the story. 

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