Never a dull moment in the Situation Room. Here’s the former Imperial Wizard and analingus expert, live from Tehran, trying hard to distinguish between Jews and Zionists and not succeeding. At one point, in fact, he actually starts to say “Jewish” before catching himself and switching to the more palatable progressive adjective
Daily Archives: December 15, 2006
President Bush: In the months of October, November, and the first week of December, we have killed or captured nearly 5,900 of the enemy. Our enemy is far from being defeated. There should be no doubt in anybody’s mind that every day and night, the Iraqi government and our brave men and women of the Armed Forces are taking the fight to the enemy…
LAKE TEXOMA, Okla. — “GOD-BLESS-OUR-TROOPS” is spelled out in four big signs along a wooded stretch of highway in rural southern Oklahoma.
Support for U.S. soldiers in Iraq runs deep in these parts and throughout much of the South and Southwest. 52% of those (Southerners) are in favor of keeping the troops in Iraq until stability is achieved
U.S. Senator John Kerry, the Democratic candidate for the presidency in 2004, said on Thursday the U.S. administration should engage in dialogue with Syria and Iran.
“I think it’s important to talk and have dialogue, but you don’t give up your principles and you don’t make deals that are against your larger interest.”
Outgoing U.S. U.N. Ambassador John Bolton and former diplomats from Israel and Canada called on the United Nations Thursday to charge Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with inciting genocide. “It’s important that if we are in this stage where we’re being given early warning,…, on what his intentions are, then it’s time to take action.”