Monday, December 19, 2005

Tipple Ted Speaks

Another White Flag Democrat opens his mouth and shows his lack of sober judgement...or in Ted's case, his lack of sobriety:

"It's wrong for (Bush) to attempt to silence his critics by calling them defeatists. And it's wrong for him to gloss over the cherry picking of intelligence that led us to this war. ... The president should acknowledge, as his own generals do, that the Iraq war has emboldened the terrorists and increased their ranks. He should acknowledge, as his own generals do, that our overwhelming presence in Iraq is putting our soldiers, and American citizens, at greater risk." — Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass.

Sheesh, how wrong can you be?

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

How wrong can Bush be? Pretty wrong, I agree.

cube said...

Ummm, I find that reading the post first helps when it comes to making a comment. It's OK if you get someone to help you with the big words and the lofty concepts
;-)

tlm said...

I'm embarrassed for the people of Massachusetts.

Jamie Dawn said...

I hope Kennedy keeps on talking and talking and talking. I hope Howard Dean and Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid keep talking and talking and talking.

Nothing could be better for the President.

cube said...

I hear you, J.D., but there are people, like anonymous above, who believe this rhetoric.

Did you know that there are 11 million illiterates in this country? I wonder how many don't have critical thinking skills?

Jay Noel said...

Kennedy is right...I mean, look at all the increases in domestic terrorism since the war in Iraq has begun ;)

Sar said...

Oooh, we're going to have to agree to disagree on this message. That said, I'll readily admit it is an embarrassment to have the likes of Ted Kennedy as your spokeman. *sigh*

cube said...

I feel the same about having Arlen Specter on my side.

tlm said...

cube- I've offered to give Specter to sar (and her people), but so far the offer has been refused.

Specter is like a bad cold that won't go away.

And thanks for the Kennedy post! I'd sort of missed seeing that murderer's face.

cube said...

Splash & Arlen are not wanted, but they keep getting voted into office. Somebody is voting for them. If it were up to me, they'd be chucked into the political refuse heap.

Sar said...

I can think of a few I'd like to add to that political refuse heap too, some so obvious they're not worth mentioning by name.

As for a swap, we can always offer you Zel - I can't even say I'm from another planet but no one in the universe wants to claim me - Miller.

cube said...

Sar, I would take Zel in a New York minute. I love this guy, But he says he's been Dem all his life & he's too old to change now.

birdwoman said...

now, see, here's where my tired eyes deceived me. I read that as "white fat democrat". It totally went with the picture! Thanks for the unintentional laugh!


(*)>

birdwoman said...

and to all of you who don't like specter... I LIVE IN PA HOW DO YOU THINK I FEEL?

sheesh.
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cube said...

Two comments from Birdwoman... now, that's a first! BTW I feel your pain about Specter. With Republicans like that, we don't need Democrats.

Oh no, did I lose my entire Democratic audience with that crack?

cube said...

phoenix: the only thing Kennedy is ever right about is happy hour because for him, it's always happy hour.

tlm said...

Birdwoman, not to worry. I don't hold you personally responsible for any of PA's lousy politicians. My pinko mother is a Philly resident, so, unfortunately, her vote cancels out yours.

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