Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Carl Levin: Hawk.

If you worry that the daft Murtha/Pelosi wing of the Democrat Party is going to pursue their disastrous and suicidal policies effectively, wrap your brain around this.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wrap your head around what?
That Iraq should be doing the job themselves with limited American help?
Levins statement only makes sense, it's about not getting neck deep in the civil war we opened the door to and forcing Iraq to do that job themselves.
AQ in Iraq is a very small component of what has been happening and does not need American troops by the hundreds of thousands to address.
Iraqi on Iraqi war however could not be stopped by any amount of American troops and is wholly the problem of the people themselves to end.
Saddam held them back with an iron fist - we have no such fist, we took it away when we invaded, it was Saddam.

3/07/2007 01:34:00 PM  
Blogger K. Pablo said...


You will get exactly one answer from me until you drop your anonymity. For this post, then, I honestly don't know what you're on about.

Levin's talking about attacking Syria; this is not something I've heard come from the Murtha/Pelosi wing of the Democrat Party. Your comments about Iraq are somewhat off topic.

3/07/2007 04:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I honestly don't know what you're on about.

I'm not the previous poster but it's clear you can't read.

You don't want annony posts or to respond to them then tell blogger not to accept them.

You are a cretin.

7/26/2008 12:24:00 PM  
Blogger K. Pablo said...

Thanks, anonymous #2, for your absolutely content-free ad hominem post. Because it helps me draw a line between what Sen. Carl Levin was talking about in February, 2007, and what Israel did in September, 2007.

Note that soon after, Syria started making some conciliatory gestures towards Israel. I wouldn't expect the left to grasp how this works, especially if their Anointed One can't even admit the surge worked.

7/26/2008 12:46:00 PM  

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