Thursday, September 20, 2007

Jackie Mason: "Democrats Have Gone Beyond Treason"



It should also be noted that our Senate passed an amendment today condemning Moveon.org's "pre-emptive" attack ad on General Petraeus. The measure passed by a vote of 72 to 25.

Very telling is that not one Democrat candidate for President supported this bill, either voting against it or refraining from voting at all.

For a party that keeps saying they are with the American People and not beholding to special interest groups, they sure seem to cower before far left Moveon.org.

Moveon.org, in the meantime, responded with the usual "Bush is a liar" rhetoric and announced plans for more ads bashing Republicans.

It leaves me wondering, who from Moveon.org ever traveled to Iraq for first hand knowledge about what is happening there? They openly bash Democrat Brian Baird, who changed his mind on the war, and any other politician who supprts the war, but I haven't seen any announcement of how many of them ever traveled there.

Jackie Mason's anger is well placed against any who won't denounce slanderous attacks on the integrity of the man that they themselves voted unanimously to lead the war effort there.

For you cowering Democrats out there, instead of crying about an "exit strategy," when do you help formulate a "victory strategy?"

Lew

5 comments:

Great Idea said...

Hi,

This General is an honorable man who has dedicated his life to OUR country and has the Bronze Star Medal for Valor

___

Gen. David H. Petraeus
Commanding General ~~ Multi-National Force - Iraq



General David H. Petraeus assumed command of the Multi-National Force-Iraq on February 10th, 2007, following his assignment as the Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth. Prior to assuming command at Ft. Leavenworth, he was the first commander of the Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq, which he led from June 2004 to September 2005, and the NATO Training Mission- Iraq, which he commanded from October 2004 to September 2005.

That deployment to Iraq followed his command of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), during which he led the “Screaming Eagles” in combat throughout the first year of Operation Iraqi Freedom. His command of the 101st followed a year deployed on Operation Joint Forge in Bosnia, where he was the Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations of the NATO Stabilization Force and the Deputy Commander of the US Joint Interagency Counter-Terrorism Task Force-Bosnia. Prior to his tour in Bosnia, he spent two years at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, serving first as the Assistant Division Commander for Operations of the 82nd Airborne Division and then as the Chief of Staff of XVIII Airborne Corps.

General Petraeus was commissioned in the Infantry upon graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1974. He has held leadership positions in airborne, mechanized, and air assault infantry units in Europe and the United States, including command of a battalion in the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and a brigade in the 82nd Airborne Division. In addition, he has held a number of staff assignments: Aide to the Chief of Staff of the Army; battalion, brigade, and division operations officer; Military Assistant to the Supreme Allied Commander - Europe; Chief of Operations of the United Nations Force in Haiti; and Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

General Petraeus was the General George C. Marshall Award winner as the top graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Class of 1983. He subsequently earned MPA and Ph.D. degrees in international relations from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and later served as an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the US Military Academy. He also completed a fellowship at Georgetown University.

Awards and decorations earned by General Petraeus include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, two awards of the Distinguished Service Medal, two awards of the Defense Superior Service Medal, four awards of the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal for valor, the State Department Superior Honor Award, the NATO Meritorious Service Medal, and the Gold Award of the Iraqi Order of the Date Palm.

He is a Master Parachutist and is Air Assault and Ranger qualified. He has also earned the Combat Action Badge and French, British, and German Jump Wings.

In 2005 he was recognized by the U.S. News and World Report as one of America’s 25 Best Leaders.

LIAR...I do not think so.

Peace!
Steve
General David Betray Us

Lew Waters said...

Moveon.org and Democrat candidates have shown who they are, America.

Two faced hypocrits!

The Angry Redneck said...

Lew,

Great example of an outspoken American with the guts to stand up to the un-Patriotic Left. Thanks, I needed to hear it!

Lew Waters said...

Everyone needs to hear these words, Redneck.

Better yet would be if more listened.

radarsite said...

Wow! What a great great video! It almost got me standing up and cheering! I love Jackie Mason!

I wrote some stuff about him before, about those great Jewish standup comedians. Almost every truly great standup comic is a Jew. And this gets me thinking about one of the MANY differences between the Arabs and the Jews. Can you even picture an Arab cracking one-liners -- especially self-deprecating jokes like a Woody Allen.

Humor, it has been proven, is a sign of intelligence. Self-deprecating humor is impossible without the ability to be introspective, and to see and admit to your own weaknesses and failings as a human being.

This is a cultural trait utterly absent in the rhetoric of these perpetual "belligerent victims".

Three cheers for Jackie Mason! and Three cheers for the Jews! and Three cheers for courageuos little Israel!