ISQ Sez....

Stay the course.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The independent panel studying U.S. policy in
Iraq has unanimously agreed to a report that will call for a gradual pullback of American combat troops in Iraq but stops short of setting a firm timetable for withdrawal, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.

I apologize in advance for this analysis.


Once again, my apologies. More intellectual analysis below the fold.

GAH!!!!!!! How many F*CKING millions of dollars were wasted on these gawdamned goobers to TELL US SH*T WE ALREADY KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sorry, sorry.

What I meant to say is that the Iraq Study Group has written a thoroughly researched background of events as they are currently happening in the Iraq Campaign. Their conclusions are sound, their reputations impeccable, and their records of success in ventures such as this are virtually non-existent.

On second thought, scratch the word "virtually."

Posted by: Vinnie at 11:19 PM


1 Greg (a Black conservative) and Greyrooster are having gay sex right now in Guerneville.

Posted by: Speaking for the Choir at November 30, 2006 01:02 AM

2 Looks like Bush was right all along. Stay the course.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at November 30, 2006 01:21 AM

3 True. The lefturds will offer nothing new. As I said before demos don't make policy. They only complain about the policies of their betters. Think President Bush made errors? Envision Nancy Pelosi or Alcee Hastings running the show.

Posted by: Greyrooster at November 30, 2006 07:43 AM

4 Well it is true that for the last 6 years the Democrats have not made policy. For the next 2 years they will also be quite limited as the Constitution of these United States gives limited power to the legislative branch in foreign policy. The Baker-Hamillton report seems to say that the pull back should begin, without being determined by actual conditions on the ground in Iraq. This differs from what the present administration has been saying. They have been saying "victory" is he only option.

Posted by: John Ryan at November 30, 2006 10:16 AM

5 They have been saying "victory" is he only option.

And the Dems are saying it isn't. So why anybody voted for them is a complete mystery to me.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at November 30, 2006 11:00 AM

6 John Ryan: You wouldn't understand why victory is the only option. Those like you always upset the apple cart and then die under the flood of apples. The rest of us never get to say I told you so. Because you're dead.

Posted by: Greyrooster at November 30, 2006 05:45 PM

7 Nice rant, Vinnie.

It really helps to get your point across and to have people take you seriously.

Posted by: PuddleDuck at December 01, 2006 06:26 AM

8 Yeah, victory was the only option in Vietnam, too.

It was a Republican president that cut and ran in Beiruit and a Republican president that cut and ran in Vietnam (at least Nixon did the right thing, as there was no way that we were going to win that war, that Johnson, fraudulently got us into).

President Moron is going to leave it to the next president to "win" the war in Iraq, since he knows he isn't going to do it.

He made the mess but someone else will have to clean it up.

Maybe he could just send in 500,000 soldiers into Iraq and end the fighting, once and for all.

But to get another 500,000 soldiers into Iraq, they would have to be drafted, since the military can't meet the recruiting goals, they have now, even with the lowered standards.

If victory in Iraq is the goal, then President Moron needs to wage a real war, using the honest advice of his commanders, and stop requiring that they only tell him what he wants to hear.

The American people must make the sacrifices necessary to win the war.

Raise taxes, to pay for the war - starting with eliminating the tax cuts for the wealthy 2 percent.

Cut the subsidies for the oil companies and drug companies.

Stop all of the pork in congress. No more bridges to nowhere.

Start drafting the 500,000 men and women that are needed to "win" this war.

I hate to admit it but both John McCain and Charlie Rangel are right, and I don't really like either of the 2 SOBs.

If President Moron isn't willing to fight the war to win, then we need to just get the fuck out of there, so more Americans don't die, because of President Moron's failed Iraq policies.

Posted by: PuddleDuck at December 01, 2006 07:16 AM

9 "Looks like Bush was right all along. Stay the course.
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at November 30, 2006 01:21 AM"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA - Another moron backslapping fest?

"Stay the course" is the best plan that President Moron and Jim Baker can come up with?

Why not, It's been working sooooooo well, so far.

Posted by: PuddleDuck at December 01, 2006 07:24 AM

10 Piddledick: How about some more of your famous war stories. Tell us about the time you parachuted into Nepal. That should be a good one. Friggin phoney.

Posted by: Greyrooster at December 01, 2006 10:33 AM

11 puddle,

please stop pretending you hate Bush because he isn't fighting the war to win. We'll win this one and you'll hate him for it.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at December 01, 2006 10:37 AM

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