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Thursday, March 27, 2008

War News


News From The Front...A Soldier In Iraq

Amy Proctor received a special phone call from Iraq...from her Husband Soldier.

My husband, MSG Proctor, called me from Baghdad this afternoon. He's excited about his mission with Multi-National Force-Iraq and they're accomplishing a lot. [...]
Ya gotta go read the rest...something about Al Qaida being classified as "false muslims". Ya gotta love it!

To wit, there are reports that foreign fighters in Iraq are down 50%. Yet, the surge has failed. Nancy Pelosi just needs to shut up and admit that her lies have caught up to her.
Ms. Pelosi's timing was unfortunate for what shreds remain of her credibility. [...]
No doubt.

Couple the news above to the greatest intelligence coup in the war on terror, is it any wonder that the Leftinistra are running as scared as they are?
Let's face it. Al Qaeda's number one military mastermind has been turned to dust in Pakistan, Adam Gadahn's pig-faced blowhard psycho-bravdo has been replaced by his cowering in some dark corner or a deep and hidden grave, and one of the two great pillars of Hizbollah has been ripped out from under the Iranian/Syrian/Lebanese organization, and everyone who's everyone in Hamas is hiding under a table in advance of Israel's avowed assassination campaign. Little Brotha Dadullah of the Taliban's leadership has just been critically wounded, captured, and fighting for his life. This is the kind of consequential momentum that reduces Hussein's poltical momentun to the tawdry Elmer Gantry snake oil salesman story that it is. The wind is at the sails of the anti-Islam alliance, and there's no telling how fast the flagship of it's warfleet is going to sail into the port of success. [...]
Don't forget to send cards of condolences to Medea Benjamin and Nancy Pelosi...their friends are getting sent to hell. Noi wonder they are so upset.

Perhaps our liars in DC, especially the likes of Murtha, Pelosi and Reid didn't get the memo from Al Qaida and they should contact Medea Benjamin for the details seeing that Code Skank seems to be in regular contact.

Al-Qaeda leaders admit: 'We are in crisis. There is panic and fear'
Al-Qaeda in Iraq faces an "extraordinary crisis". Last year's mass defection of ordinary Sunnis from al-Qaeda to the US military "created panic, fear and the unwillingness to fight". The terrorist group's security structure suffered "total collapse".

These are the words not of al-Qaeda's enemies but of one of its own leaders in Anbar province - once the group's stronghold. They were set down last summer in a 39-page letter seized during a US raid on an al-Qaeda base near Samarra in November. [...]
So when is Pelosi up for expulsion from Congress? I am going to have a party when that happens. Seeing that The Troop Surge has done exactly what was intended - give the Iraqi government breathing room to perform that which they wanted to do - she is trying to sabotage that progress...just like violation of the Logan Act that she was given the "ignore that stupidity maneuver". Remember that? I do.

The Iraqi government has approved of and enacted several of the "benchmarks" the losers in DC wanted and now the losers in DC want to raise the bar. Why is that? Our own losers are dismal failures and chronic or pathological liars.
BAGHDAD - Iraq's parliament on Wednesday passed three key pieces of legislation that set a date for provincial elections, allot $48 billion for 2008 spending, and provide limited amnesty to detainees in Iraqi custody.

The last time Iraqis voted for local officials was January 2005, when nationwide elections ushered in representational government for the first time in modern history.

But many Sunni Arabs boycotted the polls, giving Iraq's majority Shiites and minority Kurds the bulk of power. The U.S. hopes the new elections will empower the Sunni minority and blunt support for the insurgency... [...]
Naturally, we have morons like this which agree with the Dismal Stretch Face.

For an in-depth and complete listing of the military and political progresses in Iraq, please visit here. Also, there is a great video which is a must see. In part...
Pelosi insists the "military" surge has worked and there has been no political progress (maybe she's thinking of the U.S. Congress). The reality is: [...] go check it out...
Simply amazing.

Further, to give everyone a glimpse into the complicated political realm of the politics in Iraq, The Long War Journal has a three part series that gives an in-depth look-see into that which our own politicians would have cerebral hemorrhages over. Below are three excerpts taken for each piece:
Security gains in Iraq have maintained momentum for five months and the focus has turned to spurring and gauging the country's political progress. The ultimate goal of the troop surge executed by the military was for improved security to provide "breathing room" for such progress, which can be simplified to three fronts: "ground-up" political progress, executive political progress by the federal government, and federal legislative progress. [...]

The first installment of The Long War Journal's series on Iraqi Politics discussed Iraq's overall political goals that impact reconciliation and how the coalition structure of the executive branch challenges speedy progress. This installment highlights the status of initiatives charged to the executive branch. [...]

The first two installments of The Long War Journal's series on Iraqi politics examined the structure, challenges, and progress of the executive branch. This installment looks at the legislative branch. [...]
Sound familiar to anyone? It took us 230+ years to screw our system up and the Iraqis are just beginning. God have mercy. I hope they don't get any of our Leftinistra mental disorders over there.

In case anyone hasn't noticed yet, Nancy Pelosi Claims the Surge is a Failure, al Qaeda Disagrees.