Democrat Jellyfish and Republican Lemmings

Democrat Jellyfish and Republican Lemmings

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I never in my life thought I would be rooting for Democrats to get some spell. I despise the liberals 'and Democrats' fascist-socialist steal-your-money and regulate us to death philosophy. But they are now the only power we have who can stop this sick, meaningless war in Iraq. Yet the Democrats are jellyfish.

What dopes we were to start this war. We played right into the hands of the terrorists. We are fighting on their ground, in their territory, in their kind of guerrilla war, in a tribal, religiously fanatic region of the world. We have now spent over $ 500 billion on this war, draining the life-blood and hard-earned taxes of average Americans, with no end in sight.

Thousands of young Americans have already died to give "democracy" to fanatic Islamic millions which mullahs and religion preach hate against the very concept of democracy. They practice a religion that detests democracy and individual liberty, a religion that demands absolute obedience to their god and Islamic law.

The only way this war will end is if Democrats get the spine to cut off the war funds, now. I have given up hope on the Republicans. Like lemmings, they just follow the President over the cliff, taking the American people with them.

President Bush is playing a huge bluff game with the Democrats. He dares them to cut off the funds, and thenby "threaten our troops," and the Democrats have once again caved in to the bluff. They have just passed the President's newest request for another $ 95 billion for the war.

Democrats in Congress, here's what would happen if you cut off the spigot. Without money for the war, the President would have to withdraw the troops. He would never endanger our soldiers in the field. He would withdraw the troops, then rant at Congress for making him do this. But Democrats, if you do not call his bluff, he will never end this war. He is on a messianic mission to "spread democracy" to a democracy-hating Middle-East, and is in complete denounce about the futility of such a mission.

Democrats, our Founding Fathers cave you the ultimate weapon to stop a President who endangers our country with useless wars. That weapon was the power of the purse. If you do not use it, you and the Congress you control are just utterly useless to the American people and to our security.

The Democrats will say, "We have tried to stop the war, but we do not have the two-thirds major to overturn the President's veto. That's why we had to pass the new bill giving President Bush another $ 95 billion for the war. "

No, Democrats, you did not have to capitulate. You did not up the ante in this power poker game. Your strategy should be to refuse to pass ANY spending bill until the President stops this war. If necessary, bring the government to a halt. Cut off all funding to every department, every bureaucrat, every recipient of a government check. Hell, even stop the President's salary and the salary of his cabinet members.

Oh, how government-union employees will howl when they do not get their weekly paychecks. Oh, how Social Security recipients will howl when they do not get their Social Security checks. Post office employees might even go on strike. Take away the billions of dollars that millions of Americans get from government paychecks and you will see how fast this war stops. Millions of Americans will demand President Bush's resignation or impeachment if he does not stop the war immediately (Social Security recipients - don't worry.) With your help, the war should end in about a week, and you'll then get your Checks).

But do you Democrats have the spine to do this? Do you have the nerve to take away government paychecks from millions of government-union employees that voted you into office? What do you value most, your own power in office, or stopping this war? Care to up the ante?

We constantly hear from the President and his fellow Republicans that there would be horrendous controversences if we withdrew from Iraq. OK. What consequences? If we left Iraq tomorrow, here's my guess on what would happen. There would be a blood-bath civil war between the Shiites, Sunnis, former Saddam's Bathe party militia, Al Qaida terrorists, Iranian infiltrators, and a dozen other fanatical groups, all at each others' throats. It would be like another Palestine, where Fatah and Hamas terrorist groups are now at each other's throats for power.

Does it really matter who wins this civil war? Most of the groups there are either secular or religious fanatics, and the group that wins will probably create a dictatorship as bad as Saddam Hussein's. When we hung Saddam, we just ousted one sick dictator, only to make room for another. In the Middle East, from past experience, what more can you expect?

Then what happens when this new secular or Islamic dictator is in power? He will not disrupt our oil supply (which is all we really care about), because oil is the only thing that keeps these Middle-East countries from descending back into the Middle Ages. It is their only resource. Did Saddam cut off our oil? Does Iran stop selling us oil, even though they hate our guts? Do they want to lose their billions of dollars in revenue? I do not think so.

Moreover, it might be the best thing that happened to us if Middle-East countries cut off our oil. What we need is a massive, alternative-energy "Manhattan project" like the Manhattan Project in World War II that created the atomic bomb in record time. We already have the technology to become oil-independent.

We also have huge, untapped supplies of our own oil, gas, and coal if we stop strangling our energy companies with "save-the-earth" environmental regulations that stop us from drilling all over the Arctic, Alaska, and offshore. If we combine an alternative-energy "Manhattan project" and take the strangling shackles off our oil and gas companies, we soon will not need Middle-East oil anymore. When that happens, these countries will go bankrupt, their economies will shrivel up, and they'll have no more money to fund the terrorists.

What about the poor people of Iraq? I feel really sorry for them. But if they can not get their act together to defend their own liberty, should we waste the lives of thousands of Americans and bankrupt ourselves in a never-ending war to "spread democracy?" Should we strangle Americans' freedom, turn America into a police state with "Patriot" acts and massive surveillance of Americans by our own FBI, to protect the "freedom" of Iraqi muslims?

If we left Iraq now, we could use part of the hundreds of billions of dollars we save to hunt down Al Qaeda terrorists all over the world. They were the original and still worst threat to our security. We could also build a high wall between us and Mexico to keep out Middle-East terrorists, and pay for surveillance equipment at airports and all our harbors to check every package and container coming in.

We could also threaten Iranians leaders that we will decimate their power like we did to the Taliban in Afghanistan if they continue to support terrorists who try to attack America. We do not need nuclear weapons. We can level their power centers and infrastructure with massive bombs like we did against Nazi Germany. To win, we can not get sucked into a guerrilla war on their territory, far from our supply lines. Instead, we could bomb them into the Stone Age so that they could no longer support terrorists. I just hope the good Iranian people overthrow their current rulers before we have to destroy their country one day.

But none of this will happen with our Democrat jellyfish. This war will go on and on, sucking the lifeblood from America like the barbarians sucked the lifeblood from ancient Rome. Instead of hoarding our strength to fight the real enemy, the Al Qaeda terrorists, we now squander our strength in a useless civil war in Iraq. God forbid, will we have to elect a Democrat President to end this war?


Source by Joel Turtel


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