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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

New war banner for the hard-left Democrats.... the shameful white flag of surrender!

It appears the Democrats who are calling for abject retreat by the U.S., proclaiming the Iraq War as "lost" and the U.S. military, Allies, and Iraqi troops as unable to win, have decided---almost en masse---that it is time to run up the white flag of surrender, tuck tail and slink home.

Having been unable, after all their and their allied MSM's propaganda, daily anti-war drumroll and daily body counts, to Vietnamize the Iraq War.... they are now telling the whole world that success in Iraq is not success, progress is not progress, and the American military are losers.

They could not be more wrong!

Don't know what "is" is Bill Clinton must be behind closed doors somewhere, inventing and directing the daily Democrat mantra.... in line with his anti-Vietnam war history and draft evasion.

Be sure to see a picture of the Democrats' white flag of surrender posted on PelicanPost yesterday. And you can read the rest of the NRO piece here.
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"Rally Round the (White) Flag, Boys! Democrats finally find an Iraq policy they can get behind." by Edward Morrissey

"THE GOOD NEWS for the Democrats is that their leadership has settled on an electoral strategy for 2006. The bad news is that they have cribbed their game plan from one of the most disastrous campaigns in their history. The Democratic leadership has decided to elevate surrender to a party platform for the upcoming elections, with their national chairman, House leader, and last presidential nominee all running up the white flag as the Democratic war banner.

When was the last time that an entire political party stood for backpedaling the way the Democrats have in the past two weeks? Since Rep. John Murtha made his supposedly stunning announcement that he wanted an immediate withdrawal of all troops from Iraq, the Democrats have embraced surrender.

Not even during the Vietnam War did a major American party position itself to support abject retreat as a wartime political platform. For that, one has to go back to the Civil War, when the Democrats demanded a negotiated peace with the Confederate States of America and a withdrawal from the South...."

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