Thursday, June 22, 2006

Dems bubble deflating


Noel Sheppard has a great piece on the Democrats' deflating bubble. (I have noted that reports of the pending demise of the GOP in November have had a Chicken Little quality.) He compiles a long list of their problems lately and includes a marvelous quote from a GOP leader:
Speaking of incoherent views regarding the war, a few days prior to Murtha making a fool of himself on “Meet the Press,” House majority leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) released a statement at his website making fools of the entire Democrat Party:

“After failing to produce a Democrat leadership alternative about how best to combat terrorism in a post-9/11 world, it’s clear that Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and her Capitol Hill Democrats are divided on their ‘retreat and defeat’ message on the Global War on Terror. Neither House nor Senate Democrats are sure of when they want to retreat or how they want to concede defeat.”

Boehner went on to quote various news agencies depicting Democrats in total disarray concerning this issue. Once again, go figure.

Not sure when to retreat or how to concede defeat. You have to love it. Because the fact is, the only foreign policy strategies that liberals use are retreating and conceding defeat. You can count on them using them. The only tactical question they debate is when.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is admitting defeat now, huh?

10:54 PM, November 09, 2006  

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