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The perfect political storm surge

General Petraeus, the man I believe history will remember as the heroic leader of Operation Iraqi Freedom, recommends that the mission in Iraq will need 8,000 less troops for the mid-January troop rotation than it did for the last rotation. When coupled with the recent news of the military turnover of al Anbar province to the Iraqis, very few honest observers can deny that the Surge succeeded. Even Barack Obama, once an ardent opponent of the Surge and a proponent of its failure, now agrees that it succeeded. […] Continue reading

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B.Hussein Obamessiah blesses the Surge

Even as the Obamessiah embraces his role as chief inquisitor of the Democrat religion, he confesses that he could not foresee the success that the Surge in Iraq has brought about. This is failure at predicting the future seriously questions B. Hussein’s abilities as a deity and candidate of hope.

Perhaps we should ask his running mate, Joseph Stalin Biden: wait, he still believes that the Surge is a failure. […] Continue reading

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20071228 Worldview Item of the Day

General David Petraeus provides a candid look at 2007 in Iraq. His bottom line is the one that so many Americans and virtually all fundamentalist Leftists choose to miss: progress has been made in Iraq, and while that progress is fragile, progress can still be made in 2008. Continue reading

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