Monday, November 21, 2005

Quitters Never Win

The best way to lose the war in Iraq is to quit, the current philosophy being offered by Congressional Democrats, says retired Army officer Ralph Peters in the New York Post today.

"Forget the fact that we've made remarkable progress under daunting conditions: The Dems are looking to throw the game just to embarrass the Bush administration," said Peters.

I would hate to think that anyone could be so politically craven as that, and I suspect that most Democrats who are calling for retreat aren't. My guess is most of them are well-meaning but clueless, although I'm not sure that's really better.

However, it's impossible for me to totally dismiss this view -- I'd imagine some of those who oppose war simply do so out of hatred for George Bush. It's evident in their hate-filled rhetoric and their lies.

Either that, or they've chosen to back the other side.

Ralph's commentary is a bit of a rant, but it hangs together -- worth reading the whole thing.

3 comments:

John Simonds said...

hmmm, so i guess they want to defeat America just to get the White House back....hmmmm

JBlog said...

Certainly sounds like a recipe for victory to me!

You can just see the campaign slogan now: "The Democratic Party: Running away from fights since 1968."

whit said...

I'm sorry sir, I do not share your good opinion of the disloyal opposition, particularly the leadership.