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Discussion in 'Politics' started by carpro, Sep 11, 2007.
More aid and comfort tot he enemy. All the while Syria is most likely laughing behind his back. What a fool.
Congressman Dennis Kuchinich in Syria quoting Scripture is more than my weak stomach can stand. He quotes:
Ecclesiastes 1:15 (KJV) [That which is] crooked cannot be made straight...
He says that Bush's going into Iraq was crooked and that the UN has to replace us at once. He thanks Syria for taking in Iraqi refugees, and concedes that Bush was wrong about what Syria did in Lebanon as well. I guess that the only thing that Kuchinich failed to say was, "I, too, am a Syrian."
Why is it that liberals always have to quote Scripture? He should have quoted the Koran if he wanted to impress his Islamic hosts.
Congressman Kucinich said nothing, I repeat, nothing, that was treasonous in the video clip.
Supporters of President Bush's course in Iraq need to step back, take a deep breath, and gather their thoughts. The same can be said of those who do not support President Bush's course in Iraq.
No one thinks that what Moveon.org did was right except for a few hard core leftists. Responding in kind by supporters of President Bush's policy in Iraq does not help their cause.
And every democrat in Congress , save one.
And candidates , as well.
"Asked if they would condemn the MoveOn.org ad, the Democratic presidential frontrunners all demurred..."
What is it in Kooksinich's job description that allows him to travel to Syria and discuss U.S. foreign policy ? Was this trip taxpayer funded ? Is Syria on a list of countries that fall under Kooksinich's juristiction ?
Ken, yer attempt at trying to get everyone to see both sides of the issue is making you look foolish, or naive, either way, dangerously deluded.
And his use of scripture should make everyone who fears a mighty God shudder.
While the content of what he said may not be, in and of itself, treasonous. When what he did and where he did are put together, it is an act of treason.
Carpro, you are correct--it is treason.
Carpro, you are correct--it is treason.
The Congressman, quoting Ecclesiastes 1:15, apoligized to Syria, an ally of Iraq and Iran and a state sponser of terrorism for our illegal war and said that we had to withdraw immediately and pay reparations to Iraq. Also, we probably have to fund the UN so that the French can go into Iraq. Can you imagine what the UN would do in Iraq other than head for the nearest bunker and hunker? What could the UN do other than estimate the number of dead in the bloodbath?
I am hoping that the Congressman will defect to Syria, an Islamic dictatorship and the murderers of Lebanon.
I suppose the Congressman, and Democratic candidate for President, will defend himself and his visit to Syria on the grounds of insanity.
Yeah, let's all just continuously keep clutching each other's throat in this country over every major policy issue.
Why is that?
I wish that Bush got as much slack as the liberals do.
Why don't we all cut the President of the USA some slack?
The Congressman had no good reason to go to the capital of an American enemy and offer to surrender the war as soon as he is elected. As for the Syrian "kindness" in taking in refugees, I suppose the Congressman would like to thank Hitler for taking in Lithuanians during his retreat from Russia at the end of WW II.
As for the Congressman's use of Scripture, Ecclesiastes 1:15 (KJV) [That which is] crooked cannot be made straight..., not only did he twist it to mean the war in Iraq was crooked (based on lies), but also the Congressman must have insulted his Islamic hosts by mentioning a Jewish or Hebrew Scripture to them. How much more diplomatic the Congressman would have been to quote some part of the Koran to them. It seems the Congressman is totally depraved and his heart is so crooked that it cannot be made straight....(well, I am totally depraved, anyway).
1) I'm all for cutting us all some slack. We all - myself included - need to take a step back and breathe. The reactions over the past couple of days indicate that if we all don't start exercising some self-control we are going to make the Sunni Iraqis and Shiite Iraqis look civilized compared to us in these United States.
2) When did the Congress declare war on Syria? I have not heard about it.
He has 6 years of people cutting him slack... When exactly do we hold him accountable?
Remember your quote when Hillary is in office in the next two terms.... Be sure to cut her as much "slack" as you would like Bush to get..
I don't think what Congressman Kucinich did was treasonous, stupid but not treason.
Kucinich knows he will never be elected president, and this is his fifteen minutes of fame, so to speak. He has some very radical beliefs and he is not afraid to voice them.
What he has done will amount to nothing in short time and Mr. Kucinich will move on to other outrageous things.
I'm used to Kucinich antics here at home. That's bad enough , but his right.
When he takes to the airwaves of a nation that is a known sponsor of terrorism and offers them succor at the expense of his own country, he crossed the line from political dissent here at home to overtly providing aid and comfort to a known enemy which he hopes leads to the defeat of the U.S. in an ongoing war.
He joins the very short list of unindicted, but known American traitors.
In the deck of cards of American Traitors - He'd be the Dunce of Clubs (er, I mean deuce).
Bush has not gotten a free ride.
Really, Jamie, with all due respect, Bush has not gotten a free ride. The same Democrats who supported the war are now saying that it was all Bush's fault and they have taken control of Congress and are promising to cut and run if they can win the next election. Now, admitedly, the GOP has had some homosexuals in their ranks who have made headlines with their disgusting activities and they have deserved to be defeated.
As for cutting Hillary slack--and I will vote for her over Ron Paul--I have lived through many bad Democrat presidents--Carter, Clinton, and even Truman when he cut and run in Korea--and I just wash my hands and say majority rules.
As for Dennis Kucinich, he is no good to say those things in public overseas and a poor diplomat to quote Jewish Scripture to his nazi Islamic hosts publically.
I give up with you folks. If anyone disagrees with you folks you aren't content with disagreeing - you evidently feel compelled to demonize them.
The problem is where he went to say it and who he said it to.
We are doing just fine.
This is incorrect. The silence from the left is a way to agree without being tied to it.
The demonization is on their part. And to say that they are simply disagreeing is like saying Satan is only misbehaving. It is an understatement that fails to meet a correct characterization. Of course when you agree with such behavior it seems right.
A simmple truth that idiots like Kucinich, Jane Fonda, Ramsey Clark, and John Kerry don't ever seem to understand.
All unindicted traitors.