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PELOSI THANKS IRAN FOR KILLING OUR TROOPS

~Snooper~

The latest and greatest produced by our friend, x-dhimmi (deb). And, an OUTSTANDING product indeed!!

WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE AMERICA?


Only The Foolish Claim The Troop Surge Hasn’t Worked

~Snooper~

In recent weeks, we have seen the political front in Iraq make great progress directly related to the success of the Troop Surge. Much to the chagrin of our rezident Doom and Gloom and America Bashers and bottom feeders, the political success of the Benchmarks set by a defunct CONgress, are now sailing full speed ahead.

This post will serve as a massive collection of links and for all you link craving bloggers, have at it. Unlike the Leftinistra libtard bloggers out there, we don’t cherry pick. They seem to like to pick and choose vague elements and pretend they know what they are talking about.

The ENTIRE Iraq strategy Review, in pdf format, can be seen, read, saved as a file and printed here. The background briefing can be found here and is an interesting read. The Focus on Iraq can be seen here.

What the anti-Americanists “forget” to notice is that the document they like to quote so much from has much more than they care to admit to. They also count on their readers to be too stupid to check for themselves.

The President’s New Iraq Strategy Is Rooted In Six Fundamental Elements:

1. Let the Iraqis lead;
2. Help Iraqis protect the population;
3. Isolate extremists;
4. Create space for political progress;
5. Diversify political and economic efforts; and
6. Situate the strategy in a regional approach.

* Iraq Could Not Be Graver – The War On Terror Cannot Be Won If We Fail In Iraq. Our enemies throughout the Middle East are trying to defeat us in Iraq. If we step back now, the problems in Iraq will become more lethal, and make our troops fight an uglier battle than we are seeing today.

The above is that which they harp upon and the rest of the document is like it doesn’t exist. Naturally, the poor things have problems keeping their thoughts in order because the Benchmark Assessment Report is 28 pages in length and judging from the quality of their posts, their attention span doesn’t allow for lengthy reads which require study. Apparently, even the “quick review” of the document is too much reading material as well.

At any rate, the mad-left hate the fact that they lost their own pathetic surgette and General Petraeus has pretty much won the war but, he does say that with caution because that place called Iraq could self-ignite at a moments’ notice.

Alex Knapp of OTB has a sarcastic piece up that more than likely drove the libtard Matthew GlassyAss a little more weird than the poor troll already is. What I find “Rather” curious is that the Iraq War is no longer an issue with our politicians except to quit now that we are winning. Kind of strange that is. However, it is said that the idiot which is Murtha will be introducing legislation to bring the troops home even though that is already in the works.

The only times the Iraq War is an issue is when the Leftinistra are actually asked questions in debates and then they are totally retarded in their answers because they haven’t a clue as to what they are yammering about. The worse one is Obama. He even fails at spinning.

Another curiosity is this; if the Leftinistra wish to be taken seriously about anything ever again, one would think that they would come clean and openly admit that they were on the wrong side of the issue strictly for political gain in 2006. In essence, they lied to the American People. However, if they were to admit to that, ethically, they would have to resign their posts in shame. I don’t think that is likely to happen.

Disregard last transmission.

In a more recent “development” to give the appearance of being “main stream“, the NY Times granted a small tid-bit of Good News ooze from their pores of journalistic malpractice and, it just had to hurt. The pathetic headline is all that is required: Making (Some) Progress in Iraq. Some? The political arena so very important to the American politicians that feel it necessary to “investigate” baseball, dare to infer that there is only “some” progress? Please. Our current sitting Congress is an international embarrassment.

If only our own politicos were able to take some pointers from the Iraqi politicos, perhaps their blind hatred of GWB could be abated but, not likely. I wonder how our elitist politicians would react if they had to worry about bombs under their seats as they conducted the nation’s business every day. I wonder how they would respond as their fellow prattlers of empty rhetoric were kidnapped and beheaded because they would not return to the “way it used to be”. I wonder how they would cry out to the world if they were literally under the gun.

Our DC “occupiers” are nothing but shallow egos and empty shells of Patriotism…they disgust me. We have serious business at hand and they concern themselves about baseball? If that isn’t an over-step of their constitutional authority, I don’t know what is.

As Nancy Pelosi, the would-be SecState opines about how “bad” things are in Baghdad, I cannot help but remember her clear violation of the Logan Act nearly a year ago. Our dear SoH, Madame Pelosi, contrary to popular belief is still a member of the Axis of Defeat and I do indeed question her Patriotism. Who is she to criticize anything?

From Bull Dog Pundit: (in reference to the Hizbollah Security Chief’s departure from Earth)

I do hope you get the sarcasm in the title, because I’m talking about her trip to Syria, which we wrote about last year. As you may recall, “Damascus Nancy” made that trip to prove a point to President Bush about the need to “talk” to our enemies, in this case Bashir Assad. Not only did she falsely say that Israel was willing to “negotiate peace”, she also made this statement.

We came in friendship, hope, and determined that the road to Damascus is a road to peace.

Yeah, because we all knew how much Syria was interested in peace. Well, yesterday gave us a stark reminder as to just how interested the Syrians are in “peace”. […]

If Iraq and Afghanistan has revealed anything at all, it is this…there is no negotiating with terrorists. They will not hear of it.

Iraq is moving towards and accomplishing an end goal of Provincial Elections and our Congress is investigating baseball.

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… […]

What has our Congress accomplished since the end of 2006? Anything at all? Perhaps we should withdraw from DC? It is an apparent quagmire what with the lack of political progress and all. What has the Iraqi “congress” accomplished since the end of 2006? The Iraqi “congress” is light years ahead of our own self-vaunted and self-proclaimed examples of legislative jurisprudence…

Last Sunday, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Nancy Pelosi about the success of the “surge” in Iraq.

“Are you not worried, though, that all the gains that have been achieved over the past year might be lost?” Blitzer asked.

“There haven’t been gains, Wolf,” Pelosi replied. “The gains have not produced the desired effect, which is the reconciliation of Iraq. This is a failure. This is a failure.”

Yet today, out of Iraq, comes news that three significant laws were passed by the Iraqi parliament.

Pelosi is an ignorant and pompous ass. Clueless is her new name.

Nancy Pelosi Claims the Surge is a Failure, al Qaeda Disagrees, is a must read here as is Updated…US Seized Al-Qaeda Documents Tells of Crisis. There are many more on this issue of the successes of the Troop Surge, America’s Troop Surge and the victories achieved…American victories that are ignored by those with the political agenda of Ignore And Defeatism and they can all be accessed here. Do check in from time to time as the collection grows.

Only The Foolish Claim The Troop Surge Hasn’t Worked

~Snooper~

In recent weeks, we have seen the political front in Iraq make great progress directly related to the success of the Troop Surge. Much to the chagrin of our rezident Doom and Gloom and America Bashers and bottom feeders, the political success of the Benchmarks set by a defunct CONgress, are now sailing full speed ahead.

This post will serve as a massive collection of links and for all you link craving bloggers, have at it. Unlike the Leftinistra libtard bloggers out there, we don’t cherry pick. They seem to like to pick and choose vague elements and pretend they know what they are talking about.

The ENTIRE Iraq strategy Review, in pdf format, can be seen, read, saved as a file and printed here. The background briefing can be found here and is an interesting read. The Focus on Iraq can be seen here.

What the anti-Americanists “forget” to notice is that the document they like to quote so much from has much more than they care to admit to. They also count on their readers to be too stupid to check for themselves.

The President’s New Iraq Strategy Is Rooted In Six Fundamental Elements:

1. Let the Iraqis lead;
2. Help Iraqis protect the population;
3. Isolate extremists;
4. Create space for political progress;
5. Diversify political and economic efforts; and
6. Situate the strategy in a regional approach.

* Iraq Could Not Be Graver – The War On Terror Cannot Be Won If We Fail In Iraq. Our enemies throughout the Middle East are trying to defeat us in Iraq. If we step back now, the problems in Iraq will become more lethal, and make our troops fight an uglier battle than we are seeing today.

The above is that which they harp upon and the rest of the document is like it doesn’t exist. Naturally, the poor things have problems keeping their thoughts in order because the Benchmark Assessment Report is 28 pages in length and judging from the quality of their posts, their attention span doesn’t allow for lengthy reads which require study. Apparently, even the “quick review” of the document is too much reading material as well.

At any rate, the mad-left hate the fact that they lost their own pathetic surgette and General Petraeus has pretty much won the war but, he does say that with caution because that place called Iraq could self-ignite at a moments’ notice.

Alex Knapp of OTB has a sarcastic piece up that more than likely drove the libtard Matthew GlassyAss a little more weird than the poor troll already is. What I find “Rather” curious is that the Iraq War is no longer an issue with our politicians except to quit now that we are winning. Kind of strange that is. However, it is said that the idiot which is Murtha will be introducing legislation to bring the troops home even though that is already in the works.

The only times the Iraq War is an issue is when the Leftinistra are actually asked questions in debates and then they are totally retarded in their answers because they haven’t a clue as to what they are yammering about. The worse one is Obama. He even fails at spinning.

Another curiosity is this; if the Leftinistra wish to be taken seriously about anything ever again, one would think that they would come clean and openly admit that they were on the wrong side of the issue strictly for political gain in 2006. In essence, they lied to the American People. However, if they were to admit to that, ethically, they would have to resign their posts in shame. I don’t think that is likely to happen.

Disregard last transmission.

In a more recent “development” to give the appearance of being “main stream“, the NY Times granted a small tid-bit of Good News ooze from their pores of journalistic malpractice and, it just had to hurt. The pathetic headline is all that is required: Making (Some) Progress in Iraq. Some? The political arena so very important to the American politicians that feel it necessary to “investigate” baseball, dare to infer that there is only “some” progress? Please. Our current sitting Congress is an international embarrassment.

If only our own politicos were able to take some pointers from the Iraqi politicos, perhaps their blind hatred of GWB could be abated but, not likely. I wonder how our elitist politicians would react if they had to worry about bombs under their seats as they conducted the nation’s business every day. I wonder how they would respond as their fellow prattlers of empty rhetoric were kidnapped and beheaded because they would not return to the “way it used to be”. I wonder how they would cry out to the world if they were literally under the gun.

Our DC “occupiers” are nothing but shallow egos and empty shells of Patriotism…they disgust me. We have serious business at hand and they concern themselves about baseball? If that isn’t an over-step of their constitutional authority, I don’t know what is.

As Nancy Pelosi, the would-be SecState opines about how “bad” things are in Baghdad, I cannot help but remember her clear violation of the Logan Act nearly a year ago. Our dear SoH, Madame Pelosi, contrary to popular belief is still a member of the Axis of Defeat and I do indeed question her Patriotism. Who is she to criticize anything?

From Bull Dog Pundit: (in reference to the Hizbollah Security Chief’s departure from Earth)

I do hope you get the sarcasm in the title, because I’m talking about her trip to Syria, which we wrote about last year. As you may recall, “Damascus Nancy” made that trip to prove a point to President Bush about the need to “talk” to our enemies, in this case Bashir Assad. Not only did she falsely say that Israel was willing to “negotiate peace”, she also made this statement.

We came in friendship, hope, and determined that the road to Damascus is a road to peace.

Yeah, because we all knew how much Syria was interested in peace. Well, yesterday gave us a stark reminder as to just how interested the Syrians are in “peace”. […]

If Iraq and Afghanistan has revealed anything at all, it is this…there is no negotiating with terrorists. They will not hear of it.

Iraq is moving towards and accomplishing an end goal of Provincial Elections and our Congress is investigating baseball.

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… […]

What has our Congress accomplished since the end of 2006? Anything at all? Perhaps we should withdraw from DC? It is an apparent quagmire what with the lack of political progress and all. What has the Iraqi “congress” accomplished since the end of 2006? The Iraqi “congress” is light years ahead of our own self-vaunted and self-proclaimed examples of legislative jurisprudence…

Last Sunday, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Nancy Pelosi about the success of the “surge” in Iraq.

“Are you not worried, though, that all the gains that have been achieved over the past year might be lost?” Blitzer asked.

“There haven’t been gains, Wolf,” Pelosi replied. “The gains have not produced the desired effect, which is the reconciliation of Iraq. This is a failure. This is a failure.”

Yet today, out of Iraq, comes news that three significant laws were passed by the Iraqi parliament.

Pelosi is an ignorant and pompous ass. Clueless is her new name.

Nancy Pelosi Claims the Surge is a Failure, al Qaeda Disagrees, is a must read here as is Updated…US Seized Al-Qaeda Documents Tells of Crisis. There are many more on this issue of the successes of the Troop Surge, America’s Troop Surge and the victories achieved…American victories that are ignored by those with the political agenda of Ignore And Defeatism and they can all be accessed here. Do check in from time to time as the collection grows.

Only The Foolish Claim The Troop Surge Hasn’t Worked

~Snooper~

In recent weeks, we have seen the political front in Iraq make great progress directly related to the success of the Troop Surge. Much to the chagrin of our rezident Doom and Gloom and America Bashers and bottom feeders, the political success of the Benchmarks set by a defunct CONgress, are now sailing full speed ahead.

This post will serve as a massive collection of links and for all you link craving bloggers, have at it. Unlike the Leftinistra libtard bloggers out there, we don’t cherry pick. They seem to like to pick and choose vague elements and pretend they know what they are talking about.

The ENTIRE Iraq strategy Review, in pdf format, can be seen, read, saved as a file and printed here. The background briefing can be found here and is an interesting read. The Focus on Iraq can be seen here.

What the anti-Americanists “forget” to notice is that the document they like to quote so much from has much more than they care to admit to. They also count on their readers to be too stupid to check for themselves.

The President’s New Iraq Strategy Is Rooted In Six Fundamental Elements:

1. Let the Iraqis lead;
2. Help Iraqis protect the population;
3. Isolate extremists;
4. Create space for political progress;
5. Diversify political and economic efforts; and
6. Situate the strategy in a regional approach.

* Iraq Could Not Be Graver – The War On Terror Cannot Be Won If We Fail In Iraq. Our enemies throughout the Middle East are trying to defeat us in Iraq. If we step back now, the problems in Iraq will become more lethal, and make our troops fight an uglier battle than we are seeing today.

The above is that which they harp upon and the rest of the document is like it doesn’t exist. Naturally, the poor things have problems keeping their thoughts in order because the Benchmark Assessment Report is 28 pages in length and judging from the quality of their posts, their attention span doesn’t allow for lengthy reads which require study. Apparently, even the “quick review” of the document is too much reading material as well.

At any rate, the mad-left hate the fact that they lost their own pathetic surgette and General Petraeus has pretty much won the war but, he does say that with caution because that place called Iraq could self-ignite at a moments’ notice.

Alex Knapp of OTB has a sarcastic piece up that more than likely drove the libtard Matthew GlassyAss a little more weird than the poor troll already is. What I find “Rather” curious is that the Iraq War is no longer an issue with our politicians except to quit now that we are winning. Kind of strange that is. However, it is said that the idiot which is Murtha will be introducing legislation to bring the troops home even though that is already in the works.

The only times the Iraq War is an issue is when the Leftinistra are actually asked questions in debates and then they are totally retarded in their answers because they haven’t a clue as to what they are yammering about. The worse one is Obama. He even fails at spinning.

Another curiosity is this; if the Leftinistra wish to be taken seriously about anything ever again, one would think that they would come clean and openly admit that they were on the wrong side of the issue strictly for political gain in 2006. In essence, they lied to the American People. However, if they were to admit to that, ethically, they would have to resign their posts in shame. I don’t think that is likely to happen.

Disregard last transmission.

In a more recent “development” to give the appearance of being “main stream“, the NY Times granted a small tid-bit of Good News ooze from their pores of journalistic malpractice and, it just had to hurt. The pathetic headline is all that is required: Making (Some) Progress in Iraq. Some? The political arena so very important to the American politicians that feel it necessary to “investigate” baseball, dare to infer that there is only “some” progress? Please. Our current sitting Congress is an international embarrassment.

If only our own politicos were able to take some pointers from the Iraqi politicos, perhaps their blind hatred of GWB could be abated but, not likely. I wonder how our elitist politicians would react if they had to worry about bombs under their seats as they conducted the nation’s business every day. I wonder how they would respond as their fellow prattlers of empty rhetoric were kidnapped and beheaded because they would not return to the “way it used to be”. I wonder how they would cry out to the world if they were literally under the gun.

Our DC “occupiers” are nothing but shallow egos and empty shells of Patriotism…they disgust me. We have serious business at hand and they concern themselves about baseball? If that isn’t an over-step of their constitutional authority, I don’t know what is.

As Nancy Pelosi, the would-be SecState opines about how “bad” things are in Baghdad, I cannot help but remember her clear violation of the Logan Act nearly a year ago. Our dear SoH, Madame Pelosi, contrary to popular belief is still a member of the Axis of Defeat and I do indeed question her Patriotism. Who is she to criticize anything?

From Bull Dog Pundit: (in reference to the Hizbollah Security Chief’s departure from Earth)

I do hope you get the sarcasm in the title, because I’m talking about her trip to Syria, which we wrote about last year. As you may recall, “Damascus Nancy” made that trip to prove a point to President Bush about the need to “talk” to our enemies, in this case Bashir Assad. Not only did she falsely say that Israel was willing to “negotiate peace”, she also made this statement.

We came in friendship, hope, and determined that the road to Damascus is a road to peace.

Yeah, because we all knew how much Syria was interested in peace. Well, yesterday gave us a stark reminder as to just how interested the Syrians are in “peace”. […]

If Iraq and Afghanistan has revealed anything at all, it is this…there is no negotiating with terrorists. They will not hear of it.

Iraq is moving towards and accomplishing an end goal of Provincial Elections and our Congress is investigating baseball.

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… […]

What has our Congress accomplished since the end of 2006? Anything at all? Perhaps we should withdraw from DC? It is an apparent quagmire what with the lack of political progress and all. What has the Iraqi “congress” accomplished since the end of 2006? The Iraqi “congress” is light years ahead of our own self-vaunted and self-proclaimed examples of legislative jurisprudence…

Last Sunday, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Nancy Pelosi about the success of the “surge” in Iraq.

“Are you not worried, though, that all the gains that have been achieved over the past year might be lost?” Blitzer asked.

“There haven’t been gains, Wolf,” Pelosi replied. “The gains have not produced the desired effect, which is the reconciliation of Iraq. This is a failure. This is a failure.”

Yet today, out of Iraq, comes news that three significant laws were passed by the Iraqi parliament.

Pelosi is an ignorant and pompous ass. Clueless is her new name.

Nancy Pelosi Claims the Surge is a Failure, al Qaeda Disagrees, is a must read here as is Updated…US Seized Al-Qaeda Documents Tells of Crisis. There are many more on this issue of the successes of the Troop Surge, America’s Troop Surge and the victories achieved…American victories that are ignored by those with the political agenda of Ignore And Defeatism and they can all be accessed here. Do check in from time to time as the collection grows.

Keeping Up the Pressure on the Pelosi Worm

Thanks Snooper (Capitalism or Socialism…You Decide) for this article!

Opinion Derived From Fact…Unlike A Leftinistra

Did Nancy Pelosi Violate the Logan Act?Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

This section shall not abridge the right of a citizen to apply himself, or his agent, to any foreign government, or the agents thereof, for redress of any injury which he may have sustained from such government or any of its agents or subjects.

That is the complete text of the Logan Act, passed by the U.S. Congress on January 30, 1799, and in force to this day.

Did Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (and others) violate that act during a much-publicized, self-authorized trip to Syria?

The answer, like the law itself, is simple and straightforward: YES

Nancy Pelosi qualifies as “any citizen of the United States,” with no exemption as Speaker of the House.

Nancy Pelosi acted “without authority of the United States,” which, in matters of foreign policy, resides solely and exclusively in the executive branch of the U.S. Government, meaning the President of the United States and his designees. The President of the United States specifically disapproved of the Pelosi trip to Syria, asked her not to go and criticized her thereafter.
Nancy Pelosi directly commenced “correspondence or intercourse” with officers and agents of a foreign government.

Nancy Pelosi, by her own statements, intended and attempted to influence the “measures or conduct” of that foreign government. Those measures and that conduct directly relate to disputes or controversies with the United States (and its allies).

That the measures and conduct of Syria are among the worst of nations is of considerable concern from the standpoint of U.S. foreign policy, but is irrelevant from the standpoint of the Logan Act, which does not grade the behavior of countries or delineate among them for the purposes of its strictures.

That Speaker Pelosi says she said nothing on her trip that differs from the positions of the President is also irrelevant, from the standpoint of the law, and either woefully ignorant or ignorant and spiteful, from the standpoint of international relations.

The current policy of the U.S., as made by the executive branch, is to isolate Syria. That may be right; it may be wrong; it may not even matter. It is not, however, anywhere within Speaker Pelosi’s prerogative to tangibly interfere or even interpose herself by meeting directly with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the purposes of any “diplomacy.”

Pelosi’s defenders make much of the fact that she is Speaker of the House of Representatives and only behind the Vice President in order of succession to the Presidency. That may get heads nodding on television talk shows, but falls with a thud against the words of the U.S. Supreme Court, recognizing the “exclusive power of the President as the sole organ of the federal government in the field of international relations” or “the decision of the executive is conclusive.”

(Contrary to the mistaken assertions of some, presidential succession is not specified in the Constitution, but in statutory law made by Congress, subject to change, as it has changed in the past. No Speaker has ever succeeded to the Presidency. Even if one ever does, that will never make the legislative branch the executive branch or allow anyone in the legislative branch to adventure past the separation of powers that is one of the cornerstones of our government.)

It is far more pertinent to ask another question regarding Pelosi’s role as Speaker of the House. What does it say to this country that she openly violates a law made by the very legislative body of which she is the putative leader? If she disagrees with the law, for any reason, it is her job to try to change it, not to violate it, no matter how much she may disagree with the foreign policy positions of a duly-elected President.

The Logan Act may be old and no one ever before prosecuted for violating it. But it is neither ill-founded nor archaic, particularly in a time of world unrest and significant domestic tension regarding U.S. policy toward that unrest. The law does not preclude all legislators’ discussions with foreign leaders, such as fact-finding, but only those which have the unauthorized intent to influence those leaders.

As recently as September 2006, the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct of the House issued a memo to all members and officers that cautioned against activities that implicate the Logan Act, albeit intended as a warning to outgoing members. Similarly, in February 2006, the Congressional Research Service prepared a survey of the Logan Act for Congress. While neither document is particularly respectful of the law, there should at least be no one in Congress claiming not to understand it (including Speaker Pelosi’s Republican fellow travelers).

There is no question that many Americans and many in Congress disagree strenuously with foreign policy positions of the Bush Administration. Any and all, including Speaker Pelosi, may say so, loudly and often, in Congress, in the public square. But none of us, including Speaker Pelosi, has the right to conduct any foreign policy, without specific authorization of the President.

Now, Speaker Pelosi and Congressman Tom Lantos, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, are openly discussing a diplomatic trip to “dialogue” with Iran. In the Byzantine world of foreign relations, that’s like trying to dismantle a nuke wearing only a head scarf for protection.

The Washington Post called Speaker Pelosi’s mission to Syria “foolish.” Vice President Cheney called it “bad behavior.” We call it FELONY.