Variations on a Theme

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    It’s not hard understanding rank & file Democrats defending Hussein’s eligibility. It is impossible to understand why they remain noticeably quiet about his betrayals? Either they agree with his policies or they are too stupid to see what he is doing? I believe they agree with him. Even the dumbest among them cannot deny Hussein’s betrayals when a Democrat party house organ questions his war policy:

    (Here’s the link to the WaPo piece.)

    Secret U.S. program releases high-level insurgents in exchange for pledges of peace
    By Kevin Sieff, Published: May 6

    Secret U.S. program releases high-level insurgents in exchange for pledges of peace - The Washington Post

    Tara Servatius over at the American Thinker goes on to say:

    I have never seen a more remarkable piece of doublespeak than this: “. . . if they have a "legitimate" government to run, they won't join Al Qaida and attack us.”

    Hussein & Company want Muslim fundamentalists to attack —— well-knowing that he and his fellow Democrats will prevent an all-out war, or at the very least fallback on the Vietnam/Iraq template.

    Right from the start Hussein & Company, along with the sacred International community, opposed the coalition fighting in Afghanistan winning a decisive victory. Note that the war in Afghanistan is a UN-approved military action; so I was puzzled by Hussein turning against the UN’s approval until I remembered that the UN’s approval was given with reluctance. Set Hussein’s foreign policy to music and you’ll end up with Variations on a Theme. Afghanistan run by the Taliban is nothing more than a variation of the Muslim Brotherhood running Egypt and Libya:


    May 9, 2012
    The Evidence: Obama Is Undermining U.S. Troops in Afghanistan to Put the Taliban in Power
    By Tara Servatius

    Articles: The Evidence: Obama Is Undermining U.S. Troops in Afghanistan to Put the Taliban in Power

    Prior to the truth about Afghanistan eking out, Hussein’s failures were sold as great successes in democracy-building. How many times have you heard how superb Secretary of Clinton was in handling Egypt and Libya? Hell, to hear liberals tell it she makes Thomas Jefferson look like a country bumpkin. The fact is: Everything Hussein and Clinton touch betrays the American people not to mention the troops who will be killed fighting a war their commander in chief does not want to win.
     
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    May 10, 2012
    National Security - 'Change You Can Believe In'
    By Kerry Patton

    Articles: National Security - 'Change You Can Believe In'

    Compare Joe Biden to Dick Chaney:

    Biden On Iran: The United States Was The Problem - YouTube

    No matter the variation on Hussein’s theme, no matter who plays it, the music always encourages enemies and weakens America. Bottom line: Hussein ain’t Rachmaninoff:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAZYQqMxxiU&feature=player_detailpage]Winifred Atwell - Rachmaninoff`s 18th Variation On A Theme By Paganini ( The Story of Three Loves ) - YouTube[/ame]
     

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