One Year Later  

Saturday, August 25, 2007

I swung by today before typing my class notes for the week and noticed I had as many hits as I would typically have had on an average blogging day - and I haven't had an average day blogging for quite some time. I realized that a year had passed since the last time I posted about having won that bet with Freder_Frederson, and figured some people may have come by to see if I had anything to say about it.

Not that I have much to say. CENTCOM still isn't reporting anything about a civil war raging in Iraq, Bryan has been quiet (and I do know that he's been re-deployed somewhere, possibly even Iraq), Omar's most recent mention of it was this past June, and it went something like this:

For over a year the media and many officials were spooking us with the exaggerated ghost of civil war.
Mohammed, also this past June:
Attacking the Askari shrine for the second time emphasizes how those who ordered the attacks have been betting their money on this tactic to spark civil war in Iraq.
So ... Still no civil war in Iraq. And, of course, still no steak dinner from Freder. No surprise. For Freder, the civil war started the day President Bush took the Oath of Office.

All this talk of civil war was for the purpose of discrediting the President. Why not discredit him for laying off Iran and Syria? Why not discredit him for refusing to secure the borders? After all, if you want to discredit President Bush, those are two areas in which he is particularly vulnerable.

Of course, the answer to those questions is simple. Liberals are even LESS credible on those issues than the President. The criticism he gets from Iraqis isn't from dethroning Saddam or failing to contain the terrorists there. The Iraqis are all too aware that these kinds of problems were going to exist. Iraqis complain that President Bush didn't cut off the "insurgency" at its source (Iran and Syria), not that he dethroned Saddam.

The libs are also on the same side as the President when it comes to securing the borders. They're mostly for amnesty and against fencing off the Southern border. They're just as fucked up as the President when it comes to that as well.

Still, imagine what we would have had with a President Gore or Fuckweasel. I shudder to think. I'll take ANY of the candidates running for the Republican nomination over Hitlery or Barack the Schlock, and you can rest assured that that's where the Donks are headed - right into Hitlery's concentration camp. I'll take eight years of a liberal Republican over her socialism any day - better to complain about the erosion of rights over time and have it eventually be reversible than to have to live under a Hitlery regime that could possibly convince America to give up our sacred Constitution and never go away. If you don't think Hitlery is capable of that, you had better look again.

She and people like Freder are the greatest threat our Constitution has faced in the history of our Republic.