Saturday, August 2, 2008

LIEberman, at his war mongering best, to introduce resolution praising Iraq War

One would be hard pressed to find a better friend of that racist and apartheid, Jews only state of Hate, Israel, than LIEberman.

Perhaps Joe boy is getting the world ready for another "burnt offering," another Holocaust™, in which the magic number will not be six million, but 666 million burned alive, sacrificed on Yahweh's altar to satisfy the endless carnal bloodlust of those Khazars.

Only this time, the number immolated will not be a fiction, but a brutal reality.

Joe boy, like most of his Khazar cousins, love death and destruction, as long as that death and destruction is happening to those "existential" enemies of that Jews only state of Hate, Israel.

And as long as it's American kids fighting and dying for that Jews only state of Hate, Israel and Americans picking up the tab.

Yes, Joe Boy, who most likely will be "Duke Nuke 'Em" McCain's running mate and the next VP who runs the country while McCain is taking plenty of naps, will be an even more sadistic bastard than Cheney, if you can imagine that.

Joe Boy should start wearing a cheerleader's outfit and waving pompoms.

Of course, Joe Boy's cheerleaders' outfit would be blue and the pompoms white, to honor the colors , blue and white of that Jews only state of Hate, Israel.


LIEBERMAN: That’s why Senator Graham and I are introducing a resolution recognizing the strategic success that the surge has achieved in a central front — the central front of the war on terror against the enemies who attacked America on 9/11/01, and expressing our thanks to our troops who’ve made that success possible.

Lieberman To Introduce Resolution Praising Success Of Surge ‘Against Enemies Who Attacked America On 9/11′

This morning, Sens. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) held a press conference to express their “pleasure” about President Bush’s statement this morning regarding what he described as “encouraging news from Iraq” and “the success of the surge.”

Lieberman then announced that he and Graham would do their part in celebrating the surge by introducing a resolution in the Senate “recognizing” its “strategic success” in “the central front in the war on terror.” Then, Lieberman went slightly off course, not seeming to recognize just who attacked the United States on 9/11 and from where:

LIEBERMAN: That’s why Senator Graham and I are introducing a resolution recognizing the strategic success that the surge has achieved in a central front — the central front of the war on terror against the enemies who attacked America on 9/11/01, and expressing our thanks to our troops who’ve made that success possible.

It might insult someone’s intelligence to point out the obvious fact that the terrorists who carried out the September 11, 2001 terror attacks operated out of Afghanistan, not Iraq. And despite the right wing’s insistence, even the Pentagon has confirmed that “no direct link” ever existed “between late Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and the Al-Qaeda network.”

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