Wednesday, February 02, 2005


Soros, Moore and Carter Speechless - Too Good To Last

Apparently the success of the Iraq elections has the lefties silent. While the silence of the critics of bringing democracy to the middle east is deafening, it will never last long. My suspicion is that these guys spent hours shining their articles or web posts on how just one day after the elections, a marine had been captured, only to find out it was a GI Joe Hoax.
Billionaire Bush-basher George Soros and left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore
were among critics of the administration's Iraq policy who had no comment after
millions of Iraqis went to the polls in their nation's first free elections in
decades. The Carter Center determined that the security
situation in Iraq was going to be too dangerous to send election monitors, so
the Atlanta-based human rights organization founded by former President Jimmy
Carter posted its personnel in neighboring Jordan.

Asked whether the Carter Center had a comment on the election, spokeswoman
Kay Torrance said: "We wouldn't have any 'yea' or 'nay' statement on Iraq."

In fact, their silence has already broken. For the first time that I can remember, the Democrats have delivered the response to the state of the union before the President has given the speech. Now they already told us that they know everything and that we are all stupid, but I didn't know that the Democrats could see into the future. (I realize the text and content of the state of the union have already been released to some but giving the rebuttal before the speech seems just a tad lame)

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