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Moonbats Declination To Obscurity

Moonbats Declination To Obscurity

Wednesday, April 25, 2007 11:47 PM

The moonbats are losing ground and losing fast.  More and more sick and tired Americans are standing up to be heard and voice their “displeasure” with the current crop of Leftinistra.

The moonbats are in a tizzy as to what to do about because their MOs have failed to stem the tide.  More and more Americans are ignoring their mantras.

Poor moonbats.  reid started the major cascade towards obscurity and he further cemented his personal and professional demise by failing to succeed in his back peddling of demoralizing our troops and calling them losers.  What a jerk.

From Confederate Yankee with a hat-tip from Wake Up Americans for publishing multiple letters from troops “over there”.  These types of stories are ignored by the Lame Stream Media and the Leftinistra.  Why is that?  It is because they counteract the lies of the reids and the murthas and their ilk of liars, deceivers and clap-trap artists.

I have previously posted a letter from LT Nichols and Corporal Tyler Rock.  Here are some more.

From OpFor, a portion of a letter from a Marine Captain that states it perfectly:

I just wanted to let you know what is happening where I am in Iraq. I don’t want to say this is in response to Harry Reid, but his comments the other day are not in line with what we’re seeing.

We are winning over here in Al Anbar province. I don’t know about Baghdad, but Ramadi was considered THE hotspot in Al Anbar, the worse province, and it has been very quiet. The city is calm, the kids are playing in the streets, the local shops are open, the power is on at night, and daily commerce is the norm rather than the exception. There have been no complex attacks since March. That is HUGE progress. This quiet time is allowing the Iraqi Army and Iraqi Police to establish themselves in the eyes of the people. The Iraqi people also want IA’s and IP’s in their areas. The Sunni Sheiks are behind us and giving us full support. This means that almost all Sunnis in Al Anbar are now committed to supporting the US and Iraqi forces. It also means that almost all insurgents left out here are AQ. FYI, the surge is just beginning. Gen Petraeus’ strategy is just getting started and we’re seeing huge gains here.

However, you don’t see Harry Reid talking about this. When I saw what he said, it really pissed me off. That guy does not know what is going on over here because he hasn’t bothered to come and find out. The truth on the ground in Al Anbar is not politically convenient for him, so he completely ignored it.

1st Lt, Matthew McGirr, another Ramadi Marine:

We are reaching a tipping point in this fight. We have finally learned this culture. We have finally begun to commit the necessary forces. We have truly learned to fight a counter-insurgency. Very real gains are being made despite claims from our Congress that we have already lost. A counter-insurgency battle is not one of quickly attained and easily recognizeable benchmarks. It is not won in a year or four. It takes time, resolve, and a willingness to use what we have learned from past mistakes and expectations. From firsthand experience I can tell you, this “Surge” is working. We need to continue to support these people and give them a fighting chance at creating a nation on their own terms.

To echo the sentiments of my fellow Marine in 1/6, the reality of what is happening on the ground in places like Ramadi is not being reported to the American public. The pundits and politicians on both sides do not fully grasp the conditions on the ground here. They are arrogantly and irresponsibly using this war and the troops who fight in it for political gain and election currency. They manipulate the truth or do not care enough to seek it out. At least I know where I stand with the citizens of Ar Ramadi.

Sgt. Turkovich:

“We’re not losing this war.”

That’s how a Las Vegas Army Reserve sergeant and Iraq war veteran who is heading out again for Operation Iraqi Freedom reacted Friday to Nevada Sen. Harry Reid’s assessment that the war in Iraq is “lost.”

“I don’t believe the war is lost,” Sgt. George Turkovich, 24, said as he stood with other soldiers near a shipping container that had been packed for their deployment to Kuwait.

The soldiers leave today for a six-week training stint at Camp Atterbury, Ind., before heading overseas to run a camp in support of the war effort. It is uncertain if their yearlong tour will take them to Iraq.

“Unfortunately, politics has taken a huge role in this war affecting our rules of engagement,” said Turkovich, a 2001 Palo Verde High School graduate. “This is a guerrilla war that we’re fighting, and they’re going to tie our hands.

“So it does make it a lot harder for us to fight the enemy, but we’re not losing this war,” he said.

As Spree so eloquently stated: “Ouch. Do Democrat leaders support the troops?  The troops sure don’t seem to think so, and they’re more than likely right.”

June 2, 2007 - Posted by | Eagles Up, GWOT, M.I.T.

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