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Monday, May 14, 2007

Dick Cheney is Validating al Qaeda Strategy.

I want to send Dick Cheney a barf bag every time he declares that liberals are helping terrorists. Just the opposite is the truth.

After his bunker-to-bunker tour of the Gulf, Cheney declared on Fox ( where they let him say this nonsense, unchallenged.):

So if you're going to be a public official advocating withdrawal from Iraq, you, in fact, are also saying that what you're recommending is validating the al Qaeda strategy.external link
What is al Qaeda's strategy in Iraq?

To keep the US mired there until to kill a few hundred thousand Americans.

This strategy is no secret and was repeated just this month:

In one section of the video, an interviewer asks al-Zawahiri to comment on legislation that ties the funding of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan to a timetable for withdrawal from Iraq.

"This bill reflects American failure and frustration," says al-Zawahiri, second-in-command to Osama bin Laden. "However, this bill will deprive us of the opportunity to destroy the American forces which we have caught in a historic trap.

" We ask Allah that they only get out of it after losing 200 to 300 hundred thousand killed, in order that we give the spillers of blood in Washington and Europe an unforgettable lesson, which will motivate them to review their entire doctrinal and moral system which produced their historic criminal Crusader-Zionist entity," al-Zawahiri says.
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It should also be pointed out that the conservative war mongers and the al Qaeda warmongers are unified against us Democrats on this issue. They both want to stay and kill each other with no end in sight.

2 comment(s):

I too, hope to be an American ex-pat soon. I blogged a link back here to this story...this story runs real deep into the PNAC crime syndicate, dosen't it?

By Mr. Natural, at 10:09 AM  

Thanks for the comment.

I have not really educated myself about the PNAC.

I've heard of them, of course, but I'm a kneejerk non-conspiratorialist and become easily frustrated with most articles about groups like this.

I do believe that the neo-cons "conspired" to take over the US government and start the Iraq war but that could also be called politics.

Where do you hope to be an expat? It can be a great lifestyle -- and I don't mean financially. It's a character shaping experience if you avoid living in one of the many "expat bubbles" that exist overseas.

By LiberalGrace, at 10:10 PM  

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