Friday, November 18, 2005

Choose Your Fate or It Will Be Chosen For You

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The ridiculous camera-vamping by Representative John P. Murtha of Pennsylvania just crossed a line that has inspired many Americans to say "ENOUGH!!"

To wit:

"Representative John P. Murtha of Pennsylvania, a Vietnam combat veteran who voted for the Iraq war, said the 153,000 American troops in Iraq should be pulled out within six months."--New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/18/politics/18military.html?hp&ex=1132290000&en=2f4f176ef0c3f15b&ei=5094&partner=homepage

MEMO TO AL QEADA: Osama Bin Laden was right. Just hold out a little longer and America will cut and run.

Apparently Rep. Murtha thinks Americans are too stupid to remember that he voted IN FAVOR OF RE-INSTATING THE MILITARY DRAFT!!

The proof: http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2004/roll494.xml

Murtha's pandering comes on the heels of Nevada Senator Harry Reid's public impugning of Vice President Dick Cheney:

"The manipulation of intelligence to sell a war in Iraq, Vice President Cheney's involved in that."

MEMO TO SENATOR REID: If you don't have HARD FACTS and INDISPUTABLE EVIDENCE that pre-war intelligence of distorted then SIT DOWN, SHUT UP and GIVE OUR TROOPS THE SUPPORT THEY NEED!

May I suggest to all Americans that they fax the following to their Senator's office:

A Bill: Resolution of Censure of Senator Harry Reid

Whereas on November 8, 2005 Senator Harry Reid of Nevada wilfully and publicly impugned the integrity of the Vice President of the United States by saying "The manipulation of intelligence to sell a war in Iraq, Vice President Cheney's involved in that."

And whereas Senator Reid continued his public attack by stating "The White House energy policy that puts big oil ahead of the American consumer, Vice President Cheney is behind that."

And whereas Senator Ried also said "Leaking classified information to discredit White House critics, the vice president is behind that."

And whereas these types of public personal attacks, WITHOUT OFFERING ANY EVIDENCE, demonstrate action contrary to senatorial ethics and tend to bring the Senate into dishonor and disrepute, that obstruct the constitutional processes of the Senate, and to impair its dignity; such conduct by a member of the United States Senate is hereby condemned.

RESOLVED: That the Senator from Nevada, Harry Reid, failed to maintain proper public ethical standards by impugning the ethics of a sitting Vice President of the United States. His behavior on November 8, 2005
betrays the necessary good conduct as a Senator and has affected the honor of the Senate.

His abuse of Senate rules has prevented his fellow members from carrying out their assigned duties, thereby obstructing the constitutional processes of the Senate, and that this conduct of the Senator from Nevada, Mr. Reid, is contrary to senatorial traditions and is hereby condemned.

While we're at it, why not one for Sen. Jay Rockefeller:

A Bill: Resolution of Censure of Jay Rockefeller

WHEREAS on Nov. 13, 2005 during a nationally televised interview, Senator Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia admitted to taking it upon himself to visit the countries of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Syria in January of 2002 whereupon he "told each of the heads of state that it was my view that George Bush had already made up his mind to go to war against Iraq."

AND WHEREAS Senator Jay Rockefeller also told those heads of state "that was a predetermined set course which had taken shape shortly after 9/11."

AND WHEREAS Senator Jay Rockefeller, along with Senators Dick Durbin and Ron Wyden leaked details about a secret "black ops" CIA satellite program in December of 2004 in a move that may have seriously compromised national security.

RESOLVED: That the Senator from West Virginia, Jay Rockefeller, failed to maintain proper public ethical standards by impugning the ethics of a sitting President of the United States.

His behavior on Nov. 13, 2005, in which he made allegations against the President WITHOUT GIVING ANY EVIDENCE, has betrayed the necessary good conduct as a Senator and has affected the honor of the Senate.
That divulging of sensitive, top-secret information by the Senator from West Virginia, Mr. Rockefeller, constitutes a direct national security breach and should result in the absolute and forthwith revocation of his security clearances.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the conduct of the Senator from West Virginia, Mr. Rockefeller, is to be deemed by the United States Senate as contrary to senatorial traditions and is hereby condemned.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anything else, mein Fuhrer?

11:52 AM  
Blogger therobb said...

"Anything else, mein Fuhrer?"

Uh, sure. How about some HARD EVIDENCE that what Reid, Rockefeller and Murtha have been saying is true.

That'll do.

GOD bless you and thank you for visiting The Perspective!

11:57 AM  
Blogger van.mojo said...

Dear TheRobb...

Read a book hillbilly... the hard evidence is out there and has been out there for months now, no matter HOW MANY ALL CAPS YOU WRITE IN...

Or better yet, suit up or shut up.

mojo sends

6:23 AM  
Blogger therobb said...

"Read a book hillbilly"

This on the heels of:

"Anything else, mein Fuhrer?"

Instead of actually being provided with evidence of "intel manipulation" by the President, I am being provided with evidence that I am making liberals angry.

The only possible conclusion is that I am doing something right.

7:18 PM  
Anonymous noumenon said...

My, my. Ad hominem attacks - the first and last resort of losers who lack the price of admission to a real debate: a respect for logic, facts and reason.

9:54 PM  
Blogger therobb said...

Thank you, Noumenon. Your reasoned responses are welcome in this debate.

And thank you for visiting The Perspective!

5:31 AM  

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