Friday, February 15, 2008

No Man Left Behind: McCain Won't Abandon Iraq Like the Anti-War Movement Abandoned Him

It's likely that virtually every (surviving) member of the shattered Iraqi insurgency is too ignorant to have been following the Republican and democrat primaries in recent weeks. If they weren't, they surely would have been emboldened by losers barack hussein and Bill Clinton's Wife, who actually had the nerve to mock War Hero and Future President John McCain for promising that we'd stay in Iraq until all of the terrorists were dead.

This courageous statement was made last month at a family-style town hall event, and echoed again last night in an interview with weak-hearted liberal Larry King. At the original meeting, a patriotic Republican in attendence asked McCain if he had the bravery to follow through with Our President George W. Bush's earlier promise to stay in Iraq for the next 50 years. McCain did him one better.

"Hell, maybe 100. As long as Americans are not being injured or harmed or wounded or killed, it's fine with me and I hope it would be fine with you if we maintain a presence in a very volatile part of the world where al Qaeda is training, recruiting, equipping and motivating people every single day." Considering that in the wake of the Surge, Baghdad is safer than many American inner-city immigrant neighorhoods, this scenario will be the likely case.

McCain's courageous display came on the heels of his endorsement by Mitt Romeny, a True Conservative who sucked it up like a man, and bowed out of the race in order to preserve the integrity and unity of the Republican Party. You'd never see a liberal acting with tact like that: Bill Clinton's Wife will rabidly push herself until she explodes like a terrorist, taking the democrat party down with her.

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