Saturday, December 30, 2006

Blog News & Putz hearts Lieberman.

Due to travel, things are going to be pretty slow around here until January 4th.

However, a reader pointed out this putzy post about Lieberman that I couldn't leave alone.

Because of the bravery of many Iraqi and coalition military personnel and the recent coming together of moderate political forces in Baghdad, the war is winnable. We and our Iraqi allies must do what is necessary to win it.

I agree, even though our winning will disappoint some people.

Here's a question: at what point will Putz stop quoting/agreeing with/approvingly citing people who've been Wrong About Everything?

Joe Lieberman, July 2006:
So I am confident that the situation is improving enough on the ground that by the end of this year, we will begin to draw down significant numbers of American troops, and by the end of the next year more than half of the troops who are there now will be home.

I think we should probably start listening to some people who, at least on occasion, have been right about this stuff.


Anonymous said...

"I agree, even though our winning will disappoint some people."

Oh, kiss my ass, Reynolds. Winning or pulling out, I don't care, just make the mass slaughter STOP. That's the only thing that won't disappoint me.

stopmyabortion said...

You'll notice that not even Lieberman, as deluded or deceptive as he is, says we are winning anyomore; merely claiming that the war is "winnable".

Reynolds, on the other hand, is already counting the spoils of victory by suggesting that winning "will" displease unnamed people.