Friday, January 25, 2008

The Real McCain

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Ten years ago....

From Michelle Malkin here.

I went though a similar situation during my first marriage where the husband was unfaithful. I decided to get rid of the a******! I filled for divorce right away. It was a good thing we had no children. I just wonder what if Hillary filled for divorce, would she be running for President in 2008?

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Ba-ath's reconcile and the media down plays it

I haven't heard much in the media this weekend about the Ba-aths being let back into the Iraqi government jobs. It seems to me the road to Victory is here and nobody wants to hear about winning. Because it was under President Bushes watch and not the democrats (sorry Harry and Nancy you lost!).
From the AP here:
In announcing the troop buildup more than a year ago, Bush said it would provide the Iraqi government "breathing space" to begin tackling legislation designed to reconcile Iraq's Shiite and Sunni Arabs as well as Kurds.

From Captains Quarters here.
Those who claim that the surge strategy in Iraq has paid no dividends because it hasn't met Congressional benchmarks may wish to skip to the next post. The Iraqi National Assembly has passed one of the two most critical benchmarks that the American government had pressed for Baghdad to adopt, the de-Baathification reform that will allow Sunnis to once again enter government jobs:

From Blackfive here.
Then we look at W's trip around the region and for me, kinda like napalm, it smells like....Victory.
Yes, it smells like Victory to me too!

Operation Marne Thunderbolt and Arab Jabour

See the video at Michelle Malkin here:
"Two U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers and four F-16 fighters employed approximately four dozen precision-guided, direct-attack munitions or J-DAMs on targets in the Arab Jabour area south of Baghdad," said Colonel Terry Ferrell, the brigade commander. "More than 50 targets were identified by the 2nd Brigade Combat Team in order to destroy known improvised explosive device and cache locations." Forty-seven of the targets were hit, while three strikes were deferred to minimalist civilian casualties.

While the US military did not have information on al Qaeda casualties, General Mustafa al Jabouri, the commander of the Arab Jabour Concerned Local Citizens force, said a senior al Qaeda leader was killed along with 20 other fighters. "Our information confirmed that Walid Khudair, also known as al Jahash, leader of al-Qaeda in the southern belts of Baghdad, was killed in the air strikes," Jabouri told AFP. "Twenty other terrorists were also killed."
From Bill Roggio here.

Monday, January 07, 2008

Them Crazy Iranians

Remember the USS Cole? What about the Gulf of Tolkin? I'm glad the Iranians backed off. Next time they will be shot at and sunk in the Persian Gulf. From Hot Air here.
What’s bizarre about it is that it’s hard to believe it was accidental — but it’s also so small-scale that it’s hard to believe it was fully intentional. If Iran wanted to provoke America, this seems like an awfully penny-ante way of doing it. On the other hand, if the military’s right in thinking these were Revolutionary Guard boats, then surely they knew the consequences of attacking American ships. Any theories?

My thoughts exactly.

Sunday, January 06, 2008

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Happy New Year

This is the countdown to how long the BDS has to impeach Bush. To me it means how long the next administration will be in office (since Bush can't be re-elected due to constitutional term limits.)