Thursday, April 19, 2007

As Democrats Cut Off Food and Bullets to our Soldiers Reid Declares WAR LOST


in what has to be the biggest scumbag move in the history of modern civilization. The scumbag DEMOCRAT COMMUNIST PARTY after weeks of refusing to authorize money needed for food and bullets. The Democrats have declared that our ARMY HAS LOST.

The United States Military the greatest military to take up arms in the history of man, that has fought for 4 years achieving the greatist success in military history. Losing less people than were lost in hours in any other war have just been SHIT ON by the Socialist DEMOCRATS.

The Democrats that believe that if they bring our troops home and steal the profits of not just corporate America but out of your and my pockets. Using their stolen money to give Illegals and deadbeat Americans who refuse to get a job HEALTH CARE, that the Millions of Islamic Animals that have sworn to KILL EVERY LAST ONE OF US (after they kill the JEWS) will just leave us alone.

It does not matter to these Socialist Scum that 1000s of Americans have been killed by these Islamic animals, or that these same Islamic animals killed thousands in a single strike in the heart of their favorite city.

All the Democrats care about is what they think THEY CAN GAIN BY MORE DEAD SOLDIERS. These assholes that are now cutting off needed bullets and food to the men and woman of this country that have VOLUNTEERD to defend us. Just declared that TERROR HAS WON!

Iraq war is 'lost': US Democrat leader
Apr 19 02:45 PM US/Eastern

The war in Iraq "is lost" and a US troop surge is failing to bring peace to the country, the leader of the Democratic majority in the US Congress, Harry Reid, said Thursday.
"I believe ... that this war is lost, and this surge is not accomplishing anything, as is shown by the extreme violence in Iraq this week," Reid told journalists.

Reid said he had delivered the same message to US President George W. Bush on Wednesday, when the US president met with senior lawmakers to discuss how to end a standoff over an emergency war funding bill.

"I know I was the odd guy out at the White House, but I told him at least what he needed to hear ... I believe the war at this stage can only be won diplomatically, politically and economically."

Congress is seeking to tie funding for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to a timetable to withdraw US troops from Iraq next year, but Bush has vowed to veto any such bill and no breakthrough was reported from the White House talks.

Bush on Thursday was addressing an Ohio town hall meeting and defending the war on terror launched in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

"It is the most solemn duty of our country, is to protect our country from harm," Bush told the invited audience in Tipp, Ohio.

"A lesson learned was that -- at least in my opinion -- that in order to protect us, we must aggressively pursue the enemy and defeat them elsewhere so that we do not have to face them here."

But Reid drew a parallel with former US president Lyndon Johnson who decided to deploy more troops in Vietnam some 40 years ago when 24,000 US troops had already been killed.

"Johnson did not want a war loss on his watch, so he surged in Vietnam. After the surge was over, we added 34,000 to the 24,000 who died in Vietnam," Reid said.

The comments came a day after bombers killed more than 200 people in a slew of car bombings in Baghdad, dealing a savage blow to the US security plan which aims to deploy an extra 30,000 troops in the country to quell sectarian unrest.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates fly into Iraq Thursday on an unannounced visit for talks with top US military commanders there.

He met with General David Petraeus, chief of coalition forces in Iraq, his deputy Lieutenant Colonel Ray Odierno and Admiral William Fallon, chief of US forces in the Middle East.

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