Wednesday, May 06, 2009
Obama's Illegal Occupation of Iraq
Results In Skyrocketing Deaths
Iraq's government says that 355 Iraqis were killed in April, making it the bloodiest month so far this year.
The bulk of the deaths came from a number of big explosions, and the death count did not include at least 80 Iranian pilgrims killed in Iraq.
April was also the deadliest month for US troops since September, with 18 soldiers killed.
The figures, issued by three Iraqi ministries, showed a 40% rise over March.
You won't hear the usual shouts of, "No More Blood For Oil," or "Out of Iraq Now," from the Pbama Cultists who were only too happy and eager to register their protest during the W. Bush Admin.
A man holds a wounded boy while waiting for medical treatment in a hospital in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district on April 24, 2009. In a second day of major bloodshed, two suicide bombers wearing explosive vests blew themselves up at the gates of a revered Shi'ite Muslim shrine in Baghdad on Friday, killing 60 people, Iraqi police said. (UPI photo/Ali Jasim)
This post overlooks the obvious... Obama is starting to draw down the American forces in Iraq. The illegal occupation is not by the Obama Administration, but just one of the many orphans inherited from the tyrannical reign of King George II (AKA "W").
Original thought is good, but basing original thought on fact is better.
The deaths of children, the elderly and civilians are now acceptable by the Pbama Cultists.
Just look at the "D. Mark Melon-head's" comment.
The post does not overlook the obvious. You do.
You say "an obvious opponent of the President of the United States" like it's a bad thing . For 8 years we heard "it's patriotic to criticize the government and the president" from the Liberals.
Don't like your own medicine, eh? That's a shame.
I do appreciate the "original thought" line. It is also factual. Was it not the Left that said if "we got out of Iraq" then incidents of violence would decrease? That doesn't seem to be happening, is it?
What's it like living in a world of absolute hypocrisy and blind loyalty? Are you more proud of your bias or your ignorance?
First of all, I am not a Liberal. Hell, I'm not even a Democrat. Independent means I get to vote the way I feel is right... er... correct; whether that be Democrat (Obama), Republican (Jindal), Modern Whig, Green, or any other party.
ANd I would TRUELY love to point out the ignorance's of your little comment to my comment, but the fact that you start off by making fun of my name show me that you lack the capacity of reasonable thought. I can have more intelligent conversation with a five year old boy diagnosed with autism and speech developmental delay.
However, if you are willing to accept a mature debate on core principles, I would be more than willing to show you the error of your ways. Truth be told, a debate with a member of the dying conservative ideological opposition would be fun.
But if "Melon-head" is the best you've got; don't bother wasting my time.
Some may say I stoop to low sometimes, but I've never compared or used autism or those who are developmentally disabled as a punchline like you do. Only a Lib would show that kind of lack of compassion.
There is no such thing as having a mature debate on core principles with a Liberal because 1) they ahve no core principles and 2) they are not mature. I'm not saying these two things apply to you, Melonhead, but I gather from your comments that that is the decision I would reach with you.
You should be happy conservative ideology is "dying", but you're not because you know that isn't true.
I'm a Conservative first, a small "L" Libertarian second, and a Republican last.
I've wasted enough time with you Melonhead. By all means feel free not to reply so I don't have to waste anymore time with you.
Just in case you wanted to set yourself up as the spelling and grammar police.
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