New liberal spin on Republicans and terrorism

Posted by: ST on September 5, 2006 at 12:25 pm

Brian at Iowa Voice has caught perhaps what will be the latest in a string of deceptive talking points from Democrats on how Republicans supposedly ‘rejected’ Bill Clinton’s attempts at fighting terrorism back in the mid to late 90s.

In related news, House and Senate Dems are ‘united’ now in asking for the President to begin a “phased redeployment” of US forces in Iraq before the end of this year.

Captain Ed calls it right:

They want to begin a “phased redeployment” by the end of the year — and it’s already September. That leaves a short time frame for this retreat to occur — and note that the Democrats still can’t bring themselves to use the right term. When one leaves the theater while engaged with an enemy, that is a retreat, not a phased redeployment. The Democrats want a retreat.

Yep – the Dem ‘leadership’ has officially put it in writing.

Update: Brian was right: the libs are up in arms about the ABC’s upcoming “Path to 9-11” dramatization.


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3 Responses to “New liberal spin on Republicans and terrorism”


  1. Lorica says:

    LOL Those people are hilarious. They all shout about how this ABC special is a lie, but not a single one of them are willing to produce a shred of evidence.

    We need to remember the leading slogan to the Clinton administration. “Indecision is the key to flexibility”. What did they do to fight terrorism??? Blow up an aspirin factory?? Blow up an empty camp??? Did they take Bin Laden when he was offered by Sudan??? These people are amazingly blind. Clinton did so much only to embolden the enemy, and now when there is an opposing view point, what does he want to do, shut it down. “Call out the nutroot dogs, let’s get our soon to be “former” ally at ABC to think twice about this. After all isn’t that what the right wing extremists did with the Ronald Reagan movie??” Which, I have never seen the whole thing, who could stomach such lies, but from what I have seen is a horrible depiction of RR, and would only cater to those that hate the man.

    For too long the extreme left wing in this country has been in charge of the agenda. Even when they are out of power they think they are in power. These people have gone absolutely crazy with Bush Derangement Syndrome, and they need a larger dose of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy in charge. I have said for many months that Republicans are going to do well this election season. I don’t see that changing, no matter how many leftists start to pray. =)) – Lorica

  2. Drewsmom says:

    Good one Lorica … I watched the trailers to the movie and it looks good but abc is bound to slant this more to the moonbats way of thinking, they can’t help this, after all they are the lame stream media.
    Lorica, I hope you are right about the elections but I’m kinda worried since we ain’t talking about the illegal invasion, no balls, and I hope they are listening to us cuz alot of us are MAD AS HELL ABOUT IT.
    I’ll be watching on 9/10, we shall see how honest this is, may not bother to watch 9/11, I’ll just tributes to the innocents. **==

  3. Marshall Art says:

    It’s good to see the House and Senate Dems united in their defeatism. It’s a nice little package that makes more simple the task of mocking their postition. Now, when you say “the Dems are cut & runners”, it’s official. It means all of them. Because they’re united.