We know we can't beat you on the battlefield, but we can beat you on the streets of New York Washington, D.C., and San Francisco. -- North Vietnamese camp commander, Son Tay POW camp to Commander Paul Galanti, U.S. Navy, American POW.
If you give a listen to Zawahri latest video piece of propaganda it is instantly interchangable with the position of the American left. There is no difference in his position and that voiced by Dean, Pelosi, Reid, Kerry, Kennedy et al
Think about that.
Go over to Malkin for more of this:
Sgt. Mark Seavey was outnumbered, but not alone at the moonbat townhall hosted by Reps. Jim Moran and John Murtha last week. Near the end of the marathon session, a Vietnam veteran, General Wagner, stepped up to the microphone to deliver a message from the mother of an Iraqi war vet who gave his life for his country and for the mission. After reading a scathing letter addressed to Murtha, Wagner talked about his own experience in Vietnam:
General Wagner speaks the truth
Download the video (.wmv file).
A snippet of Wagner's remarks:
I visit Walter Reed [Army Hospital] and talk to the young soldiers with their legs blown off. I know you do, too. I can't find one in a dozen that don't believe that they are fighting for a noble cause and are fighting to go back. And I think it's a disgrace when members of our Congress --just as they did in 1975 when they sold out the south Vietnamese--are selling out our soldiers today in Iraq! Hat tip: Bizzy Blog
Over at Conderate Yankee, "Thick-Headedness Does Not Count As Armor":
By design, this NY Times article shows an inaccurate picture of the Interceptor body armor system provided to the Marines, based upon a false premise. This study only looked at fatalities of those Marines killed by upper body wounds while wearing vests. It excluded all instances where Interceptor vests worked as designed and the Marine under fire survived.
This is akin to judging automobile safety by looking at only wrecks resulting in fatalities, as oppose to those wrecks where fatalities were prevented by good automotive safety design.
Sent this guy down to Times Sqaure............