The Al Queada Congress

Saturday, February 17, 2007
The 110th Congress has passed a nonbinding resolution that firmly establishes its reputation and objectives. Ralph Peters offers this in today's New York Post:
PROVIDING aid and comfort to the enemy in wartime is treason. It's not "just politics." It's treason.
And signaling our enemies that Congress wants them to win isn't "supporting our troops."

The "nonbinding resolution" telling the world that we intend to surrender to terrorism and abandon Iraq may be the most disgraceful congressional action since the Democratic Party united to defend slavery.
While Senator Liberman had this to say about the resolution as it comes before the Senate:
From all of the research my staff and I have done, including asking the Library of Congress to do, we have found no case in American history where Congress has done what this resolution does. That is, in a non-binding resolution, oppose a plan that our military is implementing right now. Congress has expressed non-binding resolutions of disapproval before a plan of military action has been carried out. Congress has taken much more direct steps, authorized to do so by the Constitution, to cut off funds for military action or a war in progress.

But never before has the Congress of the United States passed a non-binding resolution of disapproval of a military plan that is already being carried out by American military personnel.


This resolution will cause the deaths of American troops.

Knowledgeable Americans will recognize this resolution as empty political rhetoric tossed off as a sop to the party of treason's 'progressive' base but the ignorant muslim peasant who hears it from his mullah will take it as a sign that Allah favors another pusillanomous attack.

Every one of those newly elected Democrat Representatives voted in lockstep under the "leadership" of Pelosi. Every one of them is starting his or her Congressional career with the blood of Americans on their hands. The promises of "moderation" given by the Democratic candidates in order to obtain their seats were kept for almost six weeks. That's actually longer than usual.

For a Democrat.

Campaign 08 is now underway.

2 comments:

terrye said...

Rick:

Gale said to me "Does this sob Ellsworth not know he can the boot the same as the last guy?".

In fact Hostettler and before him McCloskey {Demcrat} were the only two Congressmen I can remember in this district. If Ellsworth keeps this up he might not last nearly as long as they did. But then again the locals are a bunch of xenophobes and isolationists so maybe he was voting like Ron Paul rather than Pelosi. Same damn difference in the end.

terrye said...

BTW Rick I mentioned in another thread I sent Ellsworth a nasty email, I just hope I was not the only one.