Saturday, November 22, 2008

November 22, 2008 Victory in Iraq Day

Doing the job the OLM will not, Congratulations to our Military on their Victory in Iraq!

Thank you to the GatewayPundit

Thank you to all who made this possible.
Thank you for serving.

Two years ago this war was lost.
The American public was tired of the daily bombings and the reports of death. Thanks to the efforts of the media and continual pounding from Democratic Party members America was ready to give up on this front and quit. America was told was the worst foreign policy decision in its history. Some believed this was the worst slaughter of American lives in history. Some even scoffed at the genocide that would occur if we left. America no longer understand why victory was essential or why war was called war. The images of Saddam Hussein being pulled out of a spider hole were a distant memory.
America had lost its will to fight.

But, President George W. Bush would not accept defeat.

Despite the best efforts of Democrats and their partners in the media, President Bush understood what was best for this country and what was best for Iraq and the Middle East.
A new fighting plan with a surge of troops was organized.
A new general named Petraeus was put in charge.
Gathering of Eagles New York has more on the celebration.

In this March 1, 2008 file photo, Gen. David H. Petraeus, commanding general of Multi-National Force - Iraq, talks with a group of Iraqi boys at the Al Zawra Stadium in the Karkh District of west Baghdad. Photo by Sgt. James Hunter, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (AA) Public Affairs. (MNF-Iraq)

America would finish the fight and bring democracy to Iraq.
President Bush would give it one last try.

Today, the rest is history.
Victory in Iraq

Read more...including some amazing stastics you won't hear from the OLM.


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Michael Brady said...

BiasedGirl, excellent writing! Thank you so much...About time there is a voice out there letting our sacrifices be known! Keep it up, and tell the Navy man good job, and God bless ya'll and the rest of us Service Members!

robert verdi said...

the expansion of freedom overseas always help the USA, no matter what the left says.

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RightKlik said...

I don't know if history will ever give Bush the credit he deserves for what he has accomplished in Iraq, but he has my respect.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this wonderful blob..

Anonymous said...

I agree with what RightKlik said...
"I don't know if history will ever give Bush the credit he deserves for what he has accomplished in Iraq, but he has my respect."
And I think that when Obama gets into office it will be even clearer.

Clay said...

I am glad so much progress has been made in Iraq. It will always sadden me that certain people like Harry Reid wanted to keep this from happening. Bush did the right thing, and unfortunately all of his work will probably be undone in a short period of time.

Anonymous said...

Excellent blog, you got this right.
Thanks for saying it