Bleedocrats are Pond Scum

Thursday, February 15th, 2007 12:32 pm by Neal

Bryan at has a summary of the Democrats’ “Bleed our Troops” cowardice which has been erroneously described as a “strategy” by the MSM. John Murtha, Nancy Pelosi, and the recreants who support this back-stabbing don’t possess the gonads to stand for ending the funding in Iraq. Come on, you wimps! It’s not like you’re fooling anyone by hiding behind your make-believe prestige to subvert and kill our troops.

“Murtha and the Democrats: A new low”:

As I said, dishonorable. If you oppose the war and truly want us out of Iraq, put your own name on the line and move to cut funding. Put your name on your policy. If, as Barack Obama said, you think we’re wasting lives in this war, then the honorable thing to do is to stop that waste immediately. Put your name on your policy as well as its outcome. Not conduct a “slow bleed” strategy that is the political equivalent of the strategy that the terrorists and insurgents have themselves deployed on the ground. We have truly reached a new low in this country when the Speaker of the House and her favorite henchman are running a strategy that will definitely get American troops killed for a war they lack the courage to stop in their own names.

Bryan sums it up with this statement.

What a disgrace. It seems that Democrats like Murtha fear the surge in Iraq just as much as Mookie al-Sadr does, and for the same reason: It might work. And like Mookie, the Democrats will engage in sneak attacks designed to destroy the country’s warfighting capability. Words fail me in expressing my outrage at this Murtha-Pelosi strategy. It’s the end game for people whose care for the troops only extends to having enough troops to chauffeur them around the country. Their slow bleed strategy means American defeat if it succeeds, and they know it. That’s the whole point of it.

These Democrats and Republicans are pond scum. At least our Islamic enemies have the dignity to identify themselves as such and to openly fight for what they believe.

“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animating contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen!”
— Samuel Adams

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