Bush Is At Least Asking the Right Questions…

…..but I am not too sure he realizes the answers most Americans have to these questions will point them to the DEMOCRATIC party. Per an AP article today:

He also railed against Democrats who criticize the war in Iraq. Calling the Democrats the party of “cut and run,” Bush said: “The voters out there need to ask the question, ‘Which political party will support the brave men and women who wear our uniform when they do their job of protecting America? Which political party is willing to give our professionals the tools necessary to protect the American people? Which political party has a strategy for victory in this war on terror?’

I’d list a poll or two, but they all say the same thing. It’s not just the “liberal left”, the bloggers, etc. Hell, even the GOP has figured it out.

Thanks for asking these questions, George. We were doing fine, but this should put us over the top in the Senate as well!

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One Response to Bush Is At Least Asking the Right Questions…

  1. Ginny Cotts says:

    This one is still cracking me up. This admin is bringing a whole new level to delusional.

    Montana Republican Conrad Burns is on record as saying the U-S needs to stay in Iraq until the war is won. At a debate this week, though, he said the US needs to change its tactics as the enemy does.

    Still, it was his mention of a Bush plan that Democrats are pouncing on. He told his opponent, “There is a plan. We’re not going to tell you.”
    It’s prompted his rival’s campaign team to compare Burns to Richard Nixon, who made statements during the Vietnam War that led to reports that he had a “secret plan” for victory there.

    Polls show Burns running slightly behind his Democratic challenger — whose spokesman doubts Burns has an Iraq plan “or even a seat at the table where plans are made.”

    At this point, I’m not afraid to write anything here. They aren’t listening anyway. I’m not sure how many millions of us voted for tricky dick on our first vote. Let’s just say WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN. And for those who were hazy, Burns just brought the memories back. Thanks senator.

    Methinks the Decider gave up his seat so he wouldn’t have to decide.