Thursday, June 14, 2007

Dingy Harry Calls General Pace Incompetent

This guy is a laugh riot. A man who is so inept he's unable to get anything passed in the Senate, a pathetic hack who is at a record low approval of 19% (that is not a typo), a simpering wimp beholden to far-left bloggers, is calling a fine military man incompetent.

That 19% approval may be looking pretty good after this story spreads.

Reid labels military leader 'incompetent'
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid called Marine Gen. Peter Pace, the outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, "incompetent" during an interview Tuesday with a , a comment that was never reported.
What does it tell you about the competence of a man who is beholden to a bunch of emotionally-stunted bloggers with bad attitudes.

How would it be reported if a Republican majority leaders couldn't make a decision with consulting conservative bloggers? The Washington press corps would eat him or her alive.
Reid made similar disparaging remarks about Army Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, said several sources familiar with the interview.

This is but the latest example of how Reid, under pressure from liberal activists to do more to stop the war, is going on the attack against President Bush and his military leaders in anticipation of a September showdown to end U.S. involvement in Iraq, according to Democratic senators and aides.

Reid, who was bashed by Republicans for suggesting earlier this year that the Iraq war was "lost," is lashing out at top commanders while putting the finishing touches on a plan to
force a series of votes on Iraq designed exclusively to make Republicans up for reelection in 2008 go on record in favor of continuing an unpopular war.

Reid, the senators and aides said, does not expect any of the Iraq measures to pass but hopes the effort will drive a deep enough wedge between wavering Republicans and Bush that, by September, Republican senators will break with the president and help end the war.
In other words, it's all for show. Sure, the war is unpopular, but Reid is even more unpopular.

What he just refuses to acknowledge is that Americans do not want defeat as badly as he does. They want victory, as they know the consequences are far worse. They are upset with how things are going and want to see the enemy squashed.

There is a difference. Only Reid and the Kos Kids hate this country so much, the only victory they seek is political, the troops and commanders be damned.

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