Posted by: As I See It by Arnie | July 19, 2007

Hillary encouraging al-Qaida propaganda.

Well, to be fair it’s not only Hillary, but the entire democratic leadership in congress  who have been encouraging the enemy to “stay the course”.  Not directly, but the message is loud and clear to the enemy, known as al-Qaida, also known as the radical Islamic fanatics, the underlining message being that the Americans may withdrawal their troops at any time, and then the country will be theirs for the taking.  The message is clear as the US seems divided.  Democrats want to leave.  Republicans (most of them) want to stay and finish the job.  The Islamic radicals know that their propaganda must continue to point out the outlandish attacks the allied forces have made on some of the Muslim Mosques, the killing of women and children the US forces have done, like that situation in Haditha.  The propaganda machine of al-Qaida is working and the liberals, politicians and the press, who do not like Bush will believe it and publicize it quickly, rather than believe their own military commanders. 

As a member of the Senate Armed Services committee, Hillary has been pushing hard to draft a withdrawal plan.  You’ve got to plan for these things.  It’s a very complicated matter to bring all that equipment and trucks, and humvees and tents and guns and ammo and our men and women home in a safe and efficient manner.  There has got to be a plan.  Hillary wants a plan.  Details.

Hillary says:  “If we’re not planning for it, it will be difficult to execute it in a safe and efficacious way.”    You know, things like:  Who’s going to do all the packing away of the pots and pans from the mess tents, how will the fresh produce be packed, or will it be donated to the locals, what kind of boxes will be used to store the ammo, and will they be safe?  How do you get all those big heavy trucks and armored vehicles on a plane or a ship and will they be clean?  You got to plan for these very complicated tasks?   Will the duties be equally shared?   How long will it take?  Can all our people make it home for the holidays?  Will they all be safe during this process?  Can the Army, the Air Force, Navy and Marines all work together?

You got to give her credit, Hillary is interested in the little things. 

Hillary wants a detailed plan.  Now.  Details.  Let the enemy know we mean business.

“Redeploying out of Iraq with the same combination of arrogance and incompetence with which the Bush administration deployed our young men and women into Iraq is completely unacceptable, and our troops deserve far better,” said Pjillippe Reines, Clinton spokesperson, who said military leaders should offer a withdrawal plan rather than “a political plan to attack those who question them.”  NewsMax Link…

If my memory serves me right, Hillary was then also arrogant and incompetent as she voted for the deployment of troops to oust Hussein, who by the way was in Iraq, and three cheers went up as his statute fell.

Our troops do deserve far better.  They deserve the support of our congress financially and morally so that they can complete the mission of stabilizing Iraq.

Our military leaders should offer a plan to win the battle against the radical Islamic al-Qaida bunch so that Iraq can and will be a safe haven for freedom in the Middle east.

Our congressional leaders should stop the political plans of questioning everything the military commanders are doing in Iraq and saying that they have a “better way,”  which they have yet to detail except their plan to redeploy the troops as quickly as possible.

Hillary is sending a message to al-Qaida to hang in there, and keep the propaganda coming as it helps the democrats here at home.  Encouragement to the enemy.  And she dares to question them that oppose her.

The final statement from the Pentagon to Hillary:  “As you know, it is long-standing departmental policy that operational plans, including contingency plans, are not released outside of the department.”

Hillary thinks that’s not nice.   She IS running for the job of being their boss, you know.

 

And that is as I see it.  Now, and until the white flag is raised.

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Responses

  1. It’s misleading to suggest that “the Pentagon told Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton that her questions about how the U.S. plans to eventually withdraw from Iraq boosts enemy propaganda” when actually it was Eric Edelman who said it. You think the whole Pentagon unanimously agrees with him?

    Aside from that it’s a ridiculous thing to say. Who would have thought that “our enemies” who “hate our freedoms” are “boost[ed]” because the US is a democracy which tolerates (and supposedly encourages debate).

    Is Edelman saying that we need to become an Islamic theocracy (no freedom of speech) to beat “our enemies”?

  2. Our enemies who do hate our freedoms are aware of the debate happening here and just can’t wait till Bush is out of office and hopefully a Hillary of some sort takes over the business of protecting our interests and the new president would let go of Iraq to go the way of radical Muslims. Iraq is a strategic area of the Middle East. They know it, and would love to see our guys leave, because as it is now, Iraq would be easy takings for these mullahs, and then Israel.

    Propaganda is their second most used tactic and the most deceptive.

  3. Read this account also.

    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20070719/D8QFUN500.html

    “Premature and public discussion of the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq reinforces enemy propaganda that the United States will abandon its allies in Iraq, much as we are perceived to have done in Vietnam, Lebanon and Somalia,” Edelman wrote. “such talk understandably unnerves the very same Iraqi allies we are asking to assume enormous personal risks.”

    On the plus side, all of this debate keeps the enemy second guessing as well as our allies, which again bolsters the enemies will to keep up the terror tactics and plan the propaganda. These tactics work to further the divide within the US.


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