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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Democratic Detractors in our midst

Dear Senators,
It appears that at this juncture there are only a small handful of people within the Democratic Party with any foresight. Sen. Joe Lieberman is one such. Over the last six years with media complicity you have denigrated our military and the very fiber of America, by undermining the elected leadership and questioning its motives for partisan reasons.
This President was elected on the premise of his ability to bring both parties into agreement. But the rancor with which his agenda and motives has been met exceeds any and all good taste. You should be ashamed. It’s high time that we set the differences aside for the good of the country, and for foreign policy. We need to present a united front against Islamic terrorism, as well as countries that would treat with them out of self interest (re: France, China, Russia). Four years is too little time to accomplish a complete victory on terrorists, it is also too little time to do aught but lay the groundwork for a policy which fosters democracy and free elections as well as starving the forces who prey on religious and social disharmony. The only way to do this is to have continuity of thought and enough foresight to carry it through successive administrations (both Democratic and Republican).
There are those who would say that Iraq is un-winnable, former military men who in their declining years have lost sight of the objective. Senators Murtha and McCain come readily to mind. Worse yet, there are those who would sacrifice the good name of our military and undermine morale to further political aspirations. I point out that this would give encouragement and a tactical advantage to our enemies by way demanding a redeployment date from our leaders. We must stay until we are finished. I submit that the current administration has from the outset furnished the opposition with a firm set of ground rules for withdrawal. 1) Free Elections, a Constitution 2) Trained representative Iraqi police force 3) a military. As these objectives are met our military will come home, not before. Anything less than complete victory is unacceptable. If we leave before the job is done it would be catastrophic, not only for the country of Iraq, but the entire Middle East as well as the West. We must stem the tide of Islamic world hegemony. As it has been proven as anti Christian, anti West, and anti Law. Islam is a religion that states anyone who is an infidel must be killed or must pay jizya (protection money). This is not a “religion of peace”, and the sooner we as Americans come to realize this the better we will be armed for a foe who would rather see us dead than worshipping Jesus Christ.

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