Politics from the Palouse to Puget Sound

Friday, August 31, 2007

We Can't Handle The Truth

Summer of Love defeatist Democrats are upset - someone's telling the truth about them.

A delegation of congressional surrender monkeys were upset to find that the soldiers they were meeting in Iraq had been informed of their voting records and excerpts from their speeches. They called it, "being slimed."

In the soldier's hand was a thumbnail biography, distributed before each of the congressmen's meetings in Baghdad, which let meeting participants such as that soldier know where each of the lawmakers stands on the war. "Moran on Iraq policy," read one section, going on to cite some the congressman's most incendiary statements, such as, "This has been the worst foreign policy fiasco in American history."

The bio of Rep. Ellen O. Tauscher (D-Calif.) -- "TAU (rhymes with 'now')-sher," the bio helpfully relates -- was no less pointed, even if she once supported the war and has taken heat from liberal Bay Area constituents who remain wary of her position. "Our forces are caught in the middle of an escalating sectarian conflict in Iraq, with no end in sight," the bio quotes.

Good grief! You'd think that somebody flashed a cross at vampire.


John Smith said...

heh. good one.

btw, i'm right here in colfax and i hate the sprawl on the highway.

go cougars.

April E. Coggins said...

John: What sprawl on which highway?

And it's Go Cougs!

MD said...

Sprawl on the hwy?

last time I checked, they were called grain elevators not skyscrapers...

{/ rolling eyes...