Wednesday, January 09, 2008

True Liberal Madness

Yes, the liberal mind is a sometimes frightening thing. The existence of the recent Iranian mock fast boat attack on US warships in the Straits of Hormuz is not debatable. Tonight we heard the preposterous claim by Alan Colmes, in support of the Iranian position, that the United States fabricated the video and audio evidence of the provocative taunt.

What do you think the dead sailors on the USS Cole would have said to do next time the Revolutionary Guard sailors come close? John Wayne said it best ---“send ‘em to Hell.”

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Alan Colmes is a f*****g idiot. But you're being intellectually dishonest by trying to paint all liberals by the voice of that idiot. What your doing is no different than the idiots who try to smear all conservatives when Ann Coulter says something stupid.

KenRichards said...

Alan is conspiratorial like all good liberals unable to deal with reality. Speaking of those unable to deal with reality the latest post on www.iowafathers.com concerning our own doctor Klein highlights a bizarre episode he had over Heinz Ketchup.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05191/535353.stm

Anonymous said...

I've never heard Ann Coulter say anything stupid.

Furthermore, why aren't any of those libs you wish to not paint, said anything about it? Why aren't they condemning it.

As Ann always says, if libs had any brains they'd be republicans.

The left simply can't wait for the United States to be defeated. You cannot be on charge of the country because you hate this country and wish it's demise.

the question that brot the tears was "how do you get ready in the morning, who does your hair? said...

From Michelle Malkin:

Many will point to Hillary's watery-eyed performance at a Portsmouth rally on Monday as a watershed moment.

Down in the polls and facing imminent defeat, the erstwhile anti-Tammy Wynette turned on the spigot and played damsel in distress: "It's not easy, and I couldn't do it if I didn't passionately believe it was the right thing to do. You know, I have so many opportunities from this country. I just don't want to see us fall backward, you know?"

The steely voice -- infamous for uttering profanities at staffers, state troopers and her Secret Service detail, bellowing at the Bush administration and Rush Limbaugh, and imitating a fiery Southern drawl -- turned drippy: "You know, this is very personal for me. It's not just political; it's not just public. I see what's happening, and we have to reverse it." Insert heartfelt pauses and choke-ups as directed.

Spotlight said...

Why does this story remind me of the Gulf of Tonkin, (speaking of conspiracies)?

Are we learning from our history?

Little Buddy says said...

Spotlight have you possibly considered we have video evidence, clear threats from small craft USS Cole style, historic backdrop of US sinking half the Iranian Navy in the 80s, and the fact the government of Iran can't control their own Revolutionary Guards?

What the US Navy is doing is making the case we will not allow Iranian ships to get too close again and if they do they will be sunk - all on camera. They had their freebie and they are well advised they find out whether 72 virgins are for real if they try it again.

Cedar Waxwing said...

Well..lets see here..

First the Iranians claim that the incident never happened, that the US had faked up the entire thing..the video was a fake..

Now..they're claiming that they were there..have their "own" video of the incident...

Is it me..or is ol crazy Mahmood stupid enough to start something he can't finish here in 08....

The Real Sporer said...

Spotlight, therein lays the problem. You are using Vietnam era memories to guide your response to modern circumstances.

Vietnam was the atypical American experience. Gulf of Tonkin was an almost unheard of aberration from usual American history, in almost every way.

The middle east is not Vietnam, not in any way. Modern media and the internet, cell phone cameras etc... prevent all the distortions that went into LBJ and later Nixon's Vietnam policy. Almost no analog. Incidentally, its been far more difficult for the anti-war liberal press to create the vision of defeat in the face of both battlefield victory and political success.

Anonymous said...

Mark Klein M. fckng D. polled 19 votes in Ne Hampshire.

19 votes.

Spotlight said...

Update:
"The list of those who are less than fully confident in the Pentagon’s video/audio mashup of aggressive maneuvers by Iranian boats near American warships in the Strait of Hormuz now includes the Pentagon itself."

from "The Lede" blog at NYT.

You know that at the time McNamara said the evidence for a Gulf of Tonkin attack was "unimpeachable".

If you think that was an exception to the otherwise glorious history of the USA, you must have forgotten a few other lies our leaders have told, such as --

"I am not a crook" or "I did not have sex with that woman" or "We know where they (WMD) are".

Dream on, gullible ones.

KenRichards said...

Latest update from crazy land includes Dennis "I am not an alien" Kucinich's desire for a NH recount. What a loon.

Anonymous said...

Ken, damn right re-count those ballots. There's no way Mark Klein got 19 votes!

KenRichards said...

I honestly haven't found any votes for Klein but I am taking somebody else's word for this.

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