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There is no real way to insult many of the blackgaurds that "serve" our country in the World's Greatest Deliberative Body - Senators like Ted Kennedy and Barbara Boxer are beyond contempt. But even they must surly feel some twinge of shame when they undermine our troops and war effort with there idiotic nonbinding resolution declaring the troop increase in Iraq to be against "the national interest."

No one is worse on this than the sanctimonious hot-head and Freshman Senator Jimbo Webb from the Great State of Virginia to who's eternal shame he gave a speach after President Bush's State of the Union address that pleaded for the US to cut and run from Iraq.

"As I look at Iraq, I recall the words of former general and soon-to-be President Dwight Eisenhower during the dark days of the Korean War, which had fallen into a bloody stalemate. "When comes the end?" asked the general who had commanded our forces in Europe during World War II. And as soon as he became president, he brought the Korean War to an end."

In Answer to Ike's questions, "When comes the end?" I'd have to say, July 27 1953 when the United States, North Korea and China signed an armistice was not "the end" of that conflict. And if Jim Webb thinks that some kind of similar arrangement with Iran and Syria with regards to Iraq is OK, then I have to disagree. I don't want to kick the Iraq problem down the road so that my grandchildren have to deal with it.

Then, after all the huffing and puffing about how horrible President Bush's policy is and how bad the situation in Iraq is they vote Unanimously to confirms Army Lt. Gen. David Petraeus as the man to implement the plan. UNANIMOUSLY, UNANIMOUSLY, UNANIMOUSLY!!!!!!!

And then, when you don't think these fools can go any lower we have John Kerry who was strong armed by his party to make a pathetic speach on the Senate floor declaring that he won't run for President of the US in '08 (as if anyone cared except for Teresa) but then goes over to Davos and calls his own country an "international pariah." Outrageous, and even more so when you consider the fact that the "man" was almost the President of the United States.

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