Tuesday, February 22, 2005

    Saboteurs Among Us

    "Congressmen who willfully take actions during wartime that damage morale and undermine the military are saboteurs and should be arrested, exiled or hanged" President Abraham Lincoln, during the War Between the States.

    Think you better read this article - no matter what party you are attached to. We live in serious times with serious responsibilities and need serious leadership.

    Now keep that in mind when you read the memo written by a Democrat on the staff of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that suggests how to make the greatest gain off of intelligence data leading to the war against Iraq. The memo was obtained by Fox News. That was back in 2003 - who know what has been crafted to undermine the military and war time Commander-In-Chief since then. Key terms that suddenly appear in print or verbally (like the usage of Hitler), certain questions whose sole purpose it to undermine, embarrass, and weaken, etc. Get the picture?


    M.T. Daffenberg said...

    Our entire government, Fox news, CNN, and major network news all use and abuse propaganda. Bush used propaganda to rally support for the war.

    Just to let you know, I feel propaganda is dispicable no matter where it comes from.

    One more brief factoid--Abraham Lincoln had a group of Native Americans hanged for defending their own land on the very same day he signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Can you say hypocrite?

    nonpcpundit said...

    Three points are in order with respect to this revelation. First, there was faulty intelligence leading to the war in Iraq. There is too much evidence publicly available to dispute that, most notably the fact that no WMD were found and the search called off. HOWEVER!!!This goes to show what a bunch of traitorous rats the Dems are. Once into Iraq, Congress should have pulled together as a whole to get this thing done as quickly as possible. It was evidient from the start that all the investigations and the 9/11 Commission were an election ploy to use against Bush. Rockerfeller is right up there with Clinton, Kennedy, Boxer, Pellosi, and all those other liberal knee-jerk jackasses that need to be run out of Washington on a Rail. Third, to assume that Bush did this all deliberately overlooks the complexity of American government. Look how much Slick Willy got away with that was never uncovered until he left office.

    Ticklebug said...

    Excuse me? And who the hell asked you for your "superior" opinion?

    Just for the record, these are the kind of topics I cover on MY blog. If it offends thee, you don't have to read it.

    Now if YOU had a brain, you'd stick to the Bush-loving blogs and stay the heck out of those that don't interest you with your meaningless and vile comments.

    : JustaDog said...

    " CNN, and major network news all use and abuse..." these entities did not swear an oath to protect and defend the United States did they? I think you know they types of which are talked about here - the likes of Kerry, Kennedy, Boxer, Hillary Clinton, .... even those in the democrat party are offended by their actions and words.

    As for "ticklebug" he had a post about Paris Hilton. My only comment was "Who really cares?". With that he goes off to a wimpering quiver and calls that "vile comments". Man, this world has too many wimps. And to top it off this wimp liberal then keeps me from posting now at his site. Well so much for the 1st amendment huh? Those liberals like to preach it but they are the first to deny it to others. Thank you for your post "ticklebug" - you and those like you prove my point!

    M.T. Daffenberg said...


    You're point is well-taken about the news agencies, but you seem focused on liberal propaganda. We seem to agree almost completely, but I would include both conservatives and liberals, they all play the deceit game and people like you and me get the short end. It's not liberals you're fighting Maddie, it's the whole institution.

    nonpcpundit said...

    Two things are evident from the above exchanges. First, "Ticklebug" demonstrates the usual knee-jerk reaction to a different opinion he or she does not agree with that typifies a lack of reasoned response. Mr. Daffenberg, on the other hand, can disagree with a fair degree of rational meaning. That's where reasoned debate and the deliberative will the Founders of America spoke of has its meaning.