From the daily archives: Sunday, June 29, 2008

When are the smear merchants gonna learn that we are going to be doing more than just blogging righteous indignation this time around? We’re going to hold them accountable this time and fight back. How? By posting their emails, phone numbers, addresses and asking them to back up their lies and their smears in public. In the light of day. Not in anonymity online or in news reports.

Tim’s at it again. This time using a Washington Post story as a jumping off point:

The nice thing about Findlay, Ohio, is that it is the most Republican place […]

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It took 700 pages? Really??

File this under Duh!

DENVER (AP) — A nearly 700-page study released Sunday by the Army found that “in the euphoria of early 2003,” U.S.-based commanders prematurely believed their goals in Iraq had been reached and did not send enough troops to handle the occupation.

President George W. Bush’s statement on May 1, 2003, that major combat operations were over reinforced that view, the study said.

If you fancy the full 700 pages, go for it:

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There. Wes Clark Said It!

On June 29, 2008 By

Someone was bound to. Wes Clark was the one:

“I certainly honor his service as a prisoner of war. He was a hero to me and to hundreds of thousands and millions of others in the armed forces, as a prisoner of war. And he has traveled all over the world. But he hasn’t held executive responsibility,” said Clark, a former NATO commander who campaigned for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004.

“He hasn’t been there and ordered the bombs to fall. He hasn’t seen what it’s like when diplomats come in and say, I don’t know whether […]

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Recently while speaking near my hometown in Louisville, Kentucky Senator McCain said:

“And I know this country, which I love more than almost anything…

What, Senator? What do you love more than your country? Why almost? Is this the first time you’ve felt this way?

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