Thursday, July 27, 2006

The democrat insurgency

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean on Wednesday called Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki an "anti-Semite" for failing to denounce Hezbollah for its attacks against Israel.

Al-Maliki has condemned Israel's offensive, prompting several Democrats to boycott his address to a joint meeting of Congress and others to criticize him. Dean's comments were the strongest to date.

"The Iraqi prime minister is an anti-Semite," the Democratic leader told a gathering of business leaders in Florida. "We don't need to spend $200 and $300 and $500 billion bringing democracy to Iraq to turn it over to people who believe that Israel doesn't have a right to defend itself and who refuse to condemn Hezbollah."

If this isn't the most blatant case of the pot calling the kettle black, nothing is. Just the other day, no less than seven democrats refused to back a resolution that would in fact back the same thing that Dean is condemning Al-Maliki for refusing to back.

And why does Dean never condemn the French or Germans or other democrats, for that matter, for refusing to recognize that Israel has the right to defend itself?!? Instead, they insult a leader of a country that is an ally in our fight against radical islamofascists, knowing full well that our soldiers shed blood giving birth to that democracy, and knowing full well that any slap to the face of Iraq is a direct slap to Bush and to our war effort.

Such blatant hypocrisy knows no bounds in the democrat party.

The long and the short of it is simple, and I do not say it lightly:

The leadership of the democrat party have become enemies of the State.

The democrats have taken their jihad beyond the political. No longer can they separate the good of their nation from their political objectives, for to them, the United States ceased being "their nation" when Republicans took control of Congress in 1994, and even more specifically when Bush won the Presidency in 2000. Since then, to the democrats, the United States itself as a nation has become synonymous with and inseparable from the Republican party, and, as an arm of the Republican party (in their eyes), its best interests are to be defeated at all costs.

Rather than being able to separate political party from the nation which the party governs, the democrat party has in effect declared themselves to be the insurgency--an enemy of the United States, which they see as having been "unjustly" taken away from them. Therefore, what is good for the United States is good for their enemy (the Republican Party) and bad for them; and what is bad for the United States is bad for their enemy(the Republican Party), and good for the democrats. Never mind that they cut off their collective nose to spite their collective face, and perhaps even lose a war and even innocent lives in a terrorist attack in the process; for the ends certainly justify the means. I mean, what's a little collateral damage in the fight to regain control of what they consider to be their country?

This democrat insurgency will no doubt continue, in their minds, in full force until such time that they are finally in power; when the United States will, in their eyes, once again magically turn into a good nation beyond reproach.

This line of thinking is as foreign to the minds of conservatives as Greece is to outer Mongolia; but given the liberals' constant barrage of attacks on our nation and constant undermining of our national security during a time of war, one can come to no other conclusion:

The liberal democrat left have declared war on the United States of America.

(Filed under the fifth column)