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Thank God for Dick Cheney

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Dick Cheney is my hero.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Wednesday night accused the White House of dithering over the strategy for the war in Afghanistan and urged President Barack Obama to "do what it takes to win."

At least we still have one politician, or in Dick's case former politician, who is willing to stand up for our brave troops fighting in Afghanistan to protect we Americans from the scourge of terrorism. Vice President Cheney is 100% correct, the Obama Administration is "dithering" while our troops are in danger. It's the "Nero fiddled while Rome burns" syndrome all over again. The time is now to reinforce our troops, and we can't depend on the Europeans to send more troops. As usual, it comes down to the USA to stand up for freedom.

Cheney debunked the lie put out by Rahm Emanuel "that the Bush administration had been adrift concerning the war in Afghanistan." As the Vice President said last night, the current administration is trying to blame others for it's failures instead of making the hard necessary decisions to support our brave troops.

Carl Rove said it best in his latest article in the Wall Street Journal
There is also the heavy whiff of politics in the administration's war deliberations. The president's senior political adviser, David Axelrod, apparently attends war cabinet meetings—something I did not do as President Bush's senior political adviser.

Yes, this is all about politics. A good and decent public servant is one who will not put narrow political interests ahead of what is best for the country and what is best for our troops. In that regard, Obama fails miserably.

If the radical left wing gets it's way, we will pull out of Afghanistan lock stock and barrel and then place our homeland in danger of another massive terrorist attack after the Taliban and their friends from Al Qaeda take over again.

These are the wise words of Vice President Cheney spoken last night.
"Make no mistake. Signals of indecision out of Washington hurt our allies and embolden our adversaries," Cheney said while accepting an award from a conservative national security group, the Center for Security Policy.

Yes, Obama is coming off as both weak and indecisive, and don't think for one moment that our adversaries do not notice that.

These are dark days for our once great country. But out of the darkness we have one voice of reason. Thank God for Dick Cheney. I really wish he were healthy enough to run for president in 2010. Our country desperately needs him.
posted by John, 2:10 PM


Dick right? What a piece of loose shit.
commented by Anonymous Tony, October 22, 2009 at 7:24 PM  
Thanks for your comment Tony. I'm glad to see that you're back on line.

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