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D- DAY!

By ATWadmin On November 8th, 2006

795151-540816-thumbnail.jpgI see that September 10th people prevailed in the US mid-term elections yesterday.

The Democrats have won control of House and we still await the final results for Senate, but the Dem’s look strong enought there too. This is a return to the time before 9/11 – that era of frivolity- and there will be consequences, with the Jihad MSM loudly proclaiming the "War in Iraq" was a key factor in GOP downfall. Is it too late to save Saddam, I wonder? Can we ask Hillary to put in a request for clemency before it’s too late? 

795151-540821-thumbnail.jpgNancy Pelosi will become Leader of House. Here are a few of her pronouncements for your consideration..

"Saddam Hussein has been engaged in the development of weapons of mass destruction technology which is a threat to countries in the region and he has made a mockery of the weapons inspection process."

and then…after the Republican Party actually DID something about Saddam….

"The president led us into the Iraq war on the basis of unproven assertions without evidence; he embraced a radical doctrine of pre-emptive war unprecedented in our history; and he failed to build a true international coalition. "

 

I am disappointed that the Defeaticrats have prevailed – as they offer NOTHING. They are void of ideas other than bashing Bush for two more years. I am disappointed that too may Americans have forgotten the lessons of 9/11. I suggest a reminder will be coming their way from a freshly invigorated Islamistan.

But Bush is not beyond criticism here. The past few years have been nothing short of uninspiring. He has favoured Condi and US State, whilst sidelining Rummy and the more robust approach of Cheney. He has been hopeless at dealing with illegal immigration. He has failed to follow Conservative principles in too many areas. And there has been too much corruption in his administration, though you have to seriously wonder if the Dem’s are whiter than white. (See Nancy Pelosi’s endorsement of Alcee Hastings for the position of Chairmanship of the Intelligence Committee. The Democratic House voted to impeach Hastings from his federal judgeship in 1988 for conspiring to extract a $150,000 bribe from convicted criminals in return for lowering their sentences. Now that is all forgotten and he is to hold this key job!)

America is still at war today with the Islamofascists just as it was yesterday. Nothing has changed in that regard. But today, a white flag has been hoisted up the mast-pole and we will watch the response from those who sit in caves and plan our annihilation. Do you think THEY also will celebrate this morning?

The GOP has two years to revive itself, to awaken from the slumber of recent years. I trust that it will find the imagination, the courage and the resolve to win back support that has drained away. The further we get from 9/11, the stronger the siren voices of those who live in 10th Septemberland become. But follow them – and you will crash on the rocks, or something worse….

79 Responses to “D- DAY!”

  1. I watched the results last night on Fox News. The faces on the "fair and balanced" team of reporters and analysts were as long as the M1 when I went to bed. LOL!

    Obviously Iraq was a major factor. But the Abramhoff lobbying scandal mostly affected the governing Republicans and cost them dear. The Dems were clean because they weren’t in power and weren’t worth bribing. If they behave sensibly in the next two years they have a chance to win back the White House in 2008.

  2. Er, didn’t the Republicans hold the House & Senate (& White House) as at September 10. 2001?

  3. Ms Pelosi – who stands to become the first female House speaker – said the Democrats would "restore integrity and honesty" to Washington. LOL! given what you’ve quoted her saying above. Not even the Democrats would be daft enough to rush the troops out of Iraq. Nothing much will change there. And as they grind on realising whats at stake, people will probably have to wake up to it again. I do think Bush has been a bit useless in the last few years. He’s no statesman either, blimey, Im no fan. But having just come into power on 9/11 I think he did a great job at raising the morale of the nation to be fair.

  4. Once again, you are in the minority David Vance.

    You must be used to it. You are a unionist from Ireland after all.

  5. And to cap it all, I see they’ve now elected their first ever Muslim member of Congress!

  6. "and there will be consequences"

    david, that almost sounds like a threat. more anthrax in the mail possibly?

    "But having just come into power on 9/11 I think he did a great job at raising the morale of the nation to be fair."

    he was 9 months in office. which was plenty of time to act on the myriad warnings. the nations morale no doubt occurred because of the incredible will of the people of the US. all he did was sustain it and milk it for 6 years. these election results show the americans by and large are fed up with the government propagated lies and paranoia.

    Go America! take youre country back from those lunatics.

  7. Hear, hear, Daytripper!

  8. "And to cap it all, I see they’ve now elected their first ever Muslim member of Congress!"

    i just read that on CNN.

    allah bless america

  9. Possibilities of a Democratic House & Senate, a Female speaker of the House, Hilary Clinton as president, with the Odd senior Muslim politician.

    Jaysus, David, I wonder if you’d survive critisims of being "anti-American" with all that lot to comment on!

  10. ‘allah bless america’

    It has a ring to it! 🙂

  11. "It has a ring to it! 🙂 "

    thats the call to prayer.

  12. Like I expected liberals to agree with me?

    The BBC were in fine biased form this morning, not just on this issue! Jihad media and Jihad supporters all can celebrate this pointless victory – and those who hate us, and our civilisation watch on, and smile, and count the days….

  13. Blimey im no Bush or Republican fan but Cunningham SMGiff and DT you lot are absolutely round the frikkin bend. You are funny. The ‘lies and propaganda’ smear existed at the last presidentials DT. lol.

    Does anyone know the outcome in Dakota? I hear ‘the pro-lifers’ downfall appeared to be their decision not to allow any exceptions to the ban, even for rape and incest, ‘a decision that proved too extreme and distasteful to South Dakota’s voter’. How utterly repugnant. I hope it was a victory for womens rights there I really do.

  14. Daytripper, I see your trip paid off. Katherine Harris was defeated in FLA.

  15. Alison

    The pro-life fanatics believe ALL abortion is a crime. For them life begins within hours, if not minutes, of you know what. Rape or incest don’t come into the equation.

  16. "and those who hate us, and our civilisation watch on, and smile, and count the days…."

    im quite positive that they would have preferred a republican victory across the board. but i expect a "terror attack" to occur on US shores before next summer.

  17. Looks like Senate control is going to the wire.
    "Pointless victory," David?
    Surely the point is that despite being at war the American people are showing just how disatisfied they are with the present bunch. Hayworth in AZ is a case in point, pro – War in the extreme, conveniently ignoring the facts – tossed out.

  18. The people have spoken.. The people must go!

  19. Drudge Headlines:

    "Here come the Democrats!"

    Comment:

    "There goes the neighbourhood!"..

  20. Peter – i know and id oppose any of them. its just i cant believe how far people are prepared to push their own sick agendas sometimes to deny a woman control of her own life even after such ghastly incidents (rape/incest). Ive been reading about Enoch Powell lately 😉 and think his own view on this was cool: the decision & consequences are down to the individual, never the state.

  21. Yeah they are all gloating – it will be interesting to see where the Democrats take the US now. As Alison says don’t think even they will take the troops out as much as the public want it.

    I loved Nancy Pelosi’s comment "and he failed to build a true international coalition. " No and I don’t think he can walk on water either.

  22. "Daytripper, I see your trip paid off. Katherine Harris was defeated in FLA."

    my seeds of doubt flowered all over south florida 🙂
    but to be honest, i was surprised by the volume of open dissent to the bush administration in SFla. the pensioners were out on loads of street corners protesting against the war and demanding impeachment.

    as for harris, she was front and centre of the 2000 voting debacle. its good to see her gone.

  23. ‘Yeah they are all gloating’

    2 Down 1 to Go!

  24. No Maggie i really seriously doubt it will change a thing in Iraq. Imagine the islamists gloating the way they did after Madrid. Aint gonna happen! And soon enough the Democrats will learn just how hard a PR exercise that war really is and appreciate whats at stake – they’ll have to juggle all that with their public image…its a big ol reality check for them aswell.

  25. Let me be the first American to congratutlate my party on our victories in the House of Reperesentatives and the Senate. The new Congress does not start until January, and even then we still have division of powers here between the executive and the legislative branches. I agree that nothing will change quickly in Iraq, but I hope that the Bush administration will abandon their "stay the course" mentality as they have abandoned that phrase.

    Please note that ATW stalwarts Troll and Monica lost both their Republican Senator and their Republican Congressman last night.

  26. Ill be happy to congratulate them when they do something or say something constructive. Apart from riding the tide of a pretty inevitable political change at this point in Bushs presidency, i cant say they’ve offered much by way of an agenda/solutions with such a dangerous era ahead. What will/do the Democrats offer? Or are the serious world issues we face globally, all of us, now to be dominated by some impeachment sideshow whilst they work that bit out. The congrats should come when they actually bring something ‘to the table’.

  27. Alan: Just coming in myself this morning to see a post by David more bitter than if Elvis Costello had lost his record contract.

    For starters, the September 10 line was as low a blow as it is inaccurate. I suppose in keeping with the fiction that the U.S. only salvation is through a one party system one could get caught up in the rhetoric, but that is hardly an excuse. Especially for a talented guy like our host. But that type of claim has been put to rest by the electorate who were previously willing to support a President who didn’t win the popular vote in a time of national unity, who further supported him in his second election through a combination of unity and the inept campaign of his adversary, and who have finally had enough of an adminsitration that is elected on a razor’s edge and governs as if it had won in a landslide.

    It wasn’t just the war, although that alone would have been enough. The Democrats who won in Congress also paid attention to local issues. The people have not forgotten the inept response to Hurrican Katrina, the weakening of fifty years of good diplomatic relations with our allies abroad, and the lack of concern for the average American here at home.

    Pelosi is an ambitious partisan who has uttered some nonesense in her career. But since when has that been unusual in politics? She is in a position to become the first woman Speaker of the House, and that alone is a cause for celebration. We’re going to give her a chance and see what she can do. It can’t be worse than Dennis Hasert.

    What must be acknowleged is the continuing miracle of the peaceful transition of power in the world’s most powerful country. No riots, no violence, no coup. I would never want to live in a nation that had only one political party. If you want that, move to China, they’ll never notice one more person.

    Where do we go now? A chance at a fresh look at the issues. An opportunity for necessary change. The fight against terrorism will no longer be claimed by the Republicans as their birthright and their political opportunity, but rather can be fought in a manner that is effective and does not diminsh the honor of the nation. God Bless America.

  28. And by the way. The original D-Day which liberated Europe was ordered by a President who also happened to be a Democrat.

  29. Mahons,

    >>What must be acknowleged is the continuing miracle of the peaceful transition of power in the world’s most powerful country.<<

    Big deal. Every democracy has this "miracle" every few years.

    But otherwise..

    >>..electorate who were previously willing to support a President who didn’t win the popular vote in a time of national unity, who further supported him in his second election through a combination of unity and the inept campaign of his adversary, and who have finally had enough of an adminsitration that is elected on a razor’s edge and governs as if it had won in a landslide.<<

    >>A chance at a fresh look at the issues. An opportunity for necessary change. The fight against terrorism will no longer be claimed by the Republicans as their birthright and their political opportunity, but rather can be fought in a manner that is effective and does not diminsh the honor of the nation.<<

    Strong stuff! It’s time you entered politics yourself, lad. Go for it!

    BTW: Has anyone seen Mike’s Republican today?

    God Bless Ireland.

  30. David Vance,
    Nancy made her first comment because she believed Bush about WMD, her second comment is consistent with the revelation that there was no WMD.

    "and those who hate us, and our civilisation watch on, and smile, and count the days…."

    wail wail wail, more rain and stormy weather to come
    Blow winds blow….cataracts.

    my oh my

    and we’re the moonbats. I think not sir.

    So It’s official then, that you’re the high-priest of Doom and Gloom?

    Poor Dave, those goddamn peshky mushlims, really got ya spooked aint they,

    The truth is the Democrats have won a victory for hope and humanity, and as per usual we have to clean up the Republicans mess.
    What’s new?

    God Bless the Democrats, and God Bless America

  31. cunningham,
    yes where are these guys. Troll, etc
    my guess is they’re tail is between their legs, and they’re licking their wounds.
    I expect them to be very sore losers, and soon they’ll be back insulting us, still telling us how right they are. LOL
    Whackos!
    They’ve been utterly demolished.
    Hurrah for freedom

  32. well said, mahons, cunningham and sir percy.

    heres to six years of leftist reacharounds !!

    cheers

  33. ‘be fought in a manner that is effective’

    Great! and the suggestions are???

    God Bless England

  34. Cunningham: Next time lead with the compliment! When Bob Hope was asked why he wouldn’t run for President he answered that his wife didn’t want to live in a smaller house. I wouldn’t have that problem, but I would not wish to enter into modern day politics with the form over substance mentality. And hey, don’t discredit the peaceful transition of power just because it happens as we expect. it ain’t that way everywhere in the world.

    Alison: Sufficient troop levels, removal of the present Sec. of Defense for acting like a political commissar, impress upon the country that real sacrifice by all and not by the few be made, direct dialogue with unfriendly nations, remove propaganda of untried detainees, restore faith in the justice of the cause by banning use of torture, etc.

  35. Selection Selection Details Result
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    well its only £3.69 I won, but hey that’s the cost of a pint of guiness in London.
    I shall enjoy every last sip 🙂

    hear hear daytripper

  36. Sorry mahons all a bit vague. Direct dialogue with unfriendly nations? How has that ever worked out for the US. Bit like Maggie said earlier – i wish i could walk on water too.

    I agree with this guy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI8AHQDvDKg&eurl=

    I just think its incredible that with the mood of the country as it is and the opportunity here to establish clear concise points of difference, the best the Dems can impress is as this guys states ‘something different’. Erm. ‘Something’. but noone seems to know what. Not the right era to be vague I wouldnt have thought. Sounds like politics in the US are as stale as they are in the UK. Something i hadnt considered before. The West’s possibly a bit screwed from here on in.

  37. I shall be disappointed if the Daily Mirror doesn’t have a picture of a bleary-eyed , unshaven President Bush , emerging from the whitehouse bunker , on its frontpage with the caption:

    WE GOT HIM

    enjoy the day boys and girls, I gotta go make an old man happy, its care-work time. Cya Friday 🙂

  38. Alison: You asked me to comment on a blog, you didn’t commission a memorandum of action.

    We had direct dialogue with the Soviet Union which helped (1) avoid a nuclear-armed Cuba and (2) avoided World War III.

    I know what would happen if any Democrat walked on water. You would acuse him or her of being unable to swim.

    Wallow in misery if you must, but someday when you are free of the chains of partisan snipping and return to dwell among those of us who do not see the salvation of the West as the political birthright of only one political party we’ll share a laugh.

  39. "enjoy the day boys and girls, I gotta go make an old man happy,………"

    i never knew you were a congression page 😛

  40. Alison

    The States has just elected to change the government on a 68% turnout. Compare and contrast with the non-event election last year in the UK.

    A bonus for the Dems is that Kerry’s gaffe last week has blown any remaining chance he had of running in 2008. That improves their chances of winning the White House considerably.

  41. Peter,

    Kerry had zero chance of winning the Dems’ nomination before the gaffe. He had his moment.

  42. Mahons – im not wallowing, im curious. breathe. i really couldnt give two hoots about the republicans as they are at the mo and cant really stand Bush. I was trying to work out where you go next. Let us know when you figure it out.

  43. Was Kerry ever in the running really Peter? Im not so sure.

  44. Mahons

    Some people – and I count myself one of them – are emotionally invested in the performance of a political party. Almost like rooting for a sports team. It makes no sense, but it’s something I don’t seem able to stop. {Great thing about living in Ireland is I have none of that emotional investment. I go to the polls in a much colder, calculating state of mind and don’t fret when my guys lose.)

    I voted Republican (by mail) and am a little disappointed today, but I’m also at least able to focus on the fact that there are many things going wrong with the War in Iraq, etc. and that, maybe, this will be what’s needed for fresh thinking to get a chance to help put things right. I don’t share David’s fear that the Democrats are about to jettison America’s interests in order to satisfy their own left wing or the Europeans or whomever.

  45. <i>Was Kerry ever in the running really Peter? Im not so sure.</i>

    He certainly thought he was. I’m not sure anyone else did.

  46. David,

    Off the topic, but I can’t italicize, bold – what’s with these comments?

  47. Alison: A little late to claim no interest given your comments above, but I’ll take you at your word and allow you to shamefully slink sadly off the field of debate to your safe place where you can weep, gnash your teeth, pull your hair and cry out to the heavens in a more private forum.

    Kerry had no chance but that wouldn’t have stopped him from wrecking the chances of others. Now he’s finished nationally.

  48. What are you guys on about Kerry having "no chance"? The popular vote was something like 51%-49%. He had a damn good chance and came pretty close.

  49. Eagle: Your political party does way better than your sports team. I am moronically a registered independent, unable to vote in primaries and hopelessly in despair that if I choose one of the two main parties I will have created another Republican or Democrat.

    I suppose I am close in spirit to what we used to call a Reagan Democrat. I voted for Clinton over Bush I and Bush II over Gore. I am less invested in any particular party and have no deep emotional involvement since Prohibition is no longer an issue (I would have campaigned daily door to door for Al Smith in 1928 had I been alive).

    I understand that people do get invested in political parties, but I don’t undertand the at all costs mentality. My relatives in Massachusetts voted Democratic their whole lives and couldn’t comprehend my parents (both Democrats) voting for Nixon in 1972. I suppose I respect people who have a cross-over ability. Believe me, when the shoe is on the other foot, I’ll be debating the far leftists on this site the the Republicans are not all bloodthirsty robbers of the poor.

    How is your dad taking Hillary’s big win?

  50. Emily: Check out his numbers on any reputable polling site when stacked against Senator Clinton or even against an unknown.

  51. Emily

    That was in 2004. In 2006 he’s just another loser. I think Gore is similarly handicapped, but he has at least spent some time trying to reinvent himself. Gore has more to offer than Kerry, is a better politician than Kerry. All Kerry had was that he was perceived by Democrats to be the most electable from a very, very bad ’04 selection. These things happen.

  52. How would he be "stacked against Senator Clinton" in any race? Are you talking about pre-2008 polls or something?

    "…have no deep emotional involvement since Prohibition is no longer an issue (I would have campaigned daily door to door for Al Smith in 1928 had I been alive)."

    That’s hilarious. I couldn’t agree more. But did you know the Prohibition Party is still around? They’re hardly thriving, but they still exist. The big weirdos.

  53. Eagle

    You can’t use html when posting a comment. As the instructions say, it will be "escaped".

  54. Alan McDonald,

    "I hope that the Bush administration will abandon their "stay the course" mentality."

    So that they may adopt the Democrats ‘cut and run’ policy?

    "Cut and Run’ seems to be a philosophy with you Democrats! – first VietNam, now Iraq. You will have to take care that you don’t get branded as a bunch of craven cowards…

  55. Ernest Young

    It was Nixon who cut and run from Vietnam.

  56. Easy there Mahons. Now you’re getting hurtful. I love my sports teams. We should keep that stuff off this forum.

    My father is despondent. So far my mother is resisting pleas that they retire to northern Idaho. He seems more exercised by Spitzer than Hillary.

  57. Kerry wasn’t even in the running in this election, Eagle. Senator-for-Life Ted Kennedy was in Massachusetts and he’s a shoe-in every time.

  58. Peter,

    What does that mean – "All HTML will be escaped"? You can’t use the word escape that way. Instructions should be in something close to grammatically correct English.

    Anyway, is there any way to bold/italicize/etc.?

  59. Sorry Emily, my error. I was unclear. Those people who are political junkies are always talking about the next Presidential election. Kerry was already running for 2008, but I’m guessing even he knows he’s done now. Others currently running are: H. Clinton, B. Obama, R. Giuliani, J. McCain, M. Romney, B. Frist (done after last night’s results), and I’m sure I’m forgetting someone.

  60. The loss is horrific… My state almost got totaly swept… And Davids correct in saying that Bush and the Republican leadership are to blame for their losses,… Here is the danger the house controls the money for the war. The Dems don’t believe in the war let alone that Iraq is part of the war on terror. Today in a cave Bin Laden is drinking champagne along with Imamadjihad.

    They will do everything they can to recreate the vietnamzation of Iraq. As they pulled the troops from Vietnam and cut the support for the s vietnamese govt. Alowwing millions to be slaughtered but, it was withdraw with honor….LOL tell that to the millions

    So they will replicate vietnam with Iraq except the big difference is the Vietnamese had no desire to slaughter anyone but each other. This is not the case with the Jihadists….

    America has just chosen to make itself sacrificial lambs

  61. You’re a bit bitter mahons arent you? I thought you won? Someone asks you (quite genuinely..hence the interest) where you go from here and you go skitzo. Catch some zzzzs, you were obviously up all night.

  62. Eagle: Didn’t mean to combine religious faith (Mets/Rangers/Knicks) with politics. My bad.

    The silver lining in the Spitzer win is that he shattered Mario Cuomo’s win margin record. Your dad should take comfort in that.

    Emily: Fear not, the forces of Temperance are too diminshed in numbers to cause any harm. However, you are right the third parties are often entertaining.

  63. Today in a cave Bin Laden is drinking champagne along with Imamadjihad.

    Too right re that point. They’ll be bandying that around like they did Madrid. Thats why i wondered at 10:22 am re Iraq and withdrawal eg unlikley to rush it. Do you really believe they will Troll?

  64. Great comment in the Times:

    "But there are pitfalls for Democrats. The party now has to actually run part of the US Government – and accept responsibility when things go wrong. This remarkable election will be the last time for a while when the American people will have only one party to blame for their ills"

    yup

  65. alison, thats up to the politicians to decide. not mahons.

    if they do one thing immediatly, it should be a complete purge of the politicised reconstruction system of iraq. its a disgrace.

    the entire process is run by neo-con lackies and hangers on. your political credentials were more important than experience in post-conflict reconstruction efforts.

    get them out and give the iraqis back their country. show the world how great america is. again. then the troops can leave with some respect at home and abroad.

  66. Alison: I didn’t win, the Country did. Now you are interested again? I answered your question, you didn’t like the answer (plus you haven’t complimented me on my wiseass alliteration). Let us start afresh, no hard feelings, it is only politics.

  67. Troll/Ernest: Richard M. Nixon would be turning in his grave if he read that the Democrats pulled out of Vietnam. His administration pulled out as you know.

    As for Osama, what has proven more perfect for him than the present occupant of the White House?

  68. That was all a bit odd mahons so no worries. Davids latest post sort of gave me some answers. Was wondering what nancy will do if she announces 6 months …and the iraq pm says no. See there are no clear plans re Guantan. Her gushing remarks about muslims doesnt the muslim guy that got elected have connections to terror orgs? i really dont think we’ll see any rush on iraq withdrawal. re osama – when he gives the dems the run around he will either paint them as under the thumb or they’ll get the bush treatment. its not just bush they loved to hate. its america so theyll change tact. i expect we will hear from gadahns soon & he can clarify

  69. Alison: The Speaker of the House will not dictate foreign policy. There still will be deference to the President in that area. Pelosi is on the left of her party and there is no consensus for a 6 month timetable among the Democrats. This election in reality dealt more with Bush and less with Pelosi, but maybe she will become the new woman that the right loves to hate (replacing Condi Rice, the only member of the Bush adminsitration regularly dissed on this site, despite the fact that she is in lock step with the president).

  70. According to BBC news, Bush will anounce Rumsfeld’s resignation shorty.

    Bye-bye Rummy, missing you already.

  71. he’s gone. just been confirmed.

  72. And Montana’s Senate race goes to the Dems.

  73. Last 3 posts are 3 excellent bits of news – and all without the accursed MSM..

  74. rumsfeld was offered up as a political sacrifice. id say the senate is about to blue shift.

  75. Alison: A little late to claim no interest given your comments above, but I’ll take you at your word and allow you to shamefully slink sadly off the field of debate to your safe place where you can weep, gnash your teeth, pull your hair and cry out to the heavens in a more private forum."

    Let’s wait and see shall we.. a week is a long time in politics but two years might just see another turnaround. That’s what politics is. You set em up and I’ll knock em down and then vice versa.

  76. This from Ed Driscoll has it nailed:

    http://eddriscoll.com/archives/009884.php

  77. Alison whether or not the Dems are able to force a pullout we shall see the fact that they want to is undeniable

  78. God Blees America you finally woke up and neutered the Fascist scum and religious nutcases currently infesting the Whitehouse and the added bonus of that scumbag Rumsfeld resigning.Aint democracy great David.

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