General Petraeus: Ambitious–and really, really good.

Democrats are afraid of General David Petraeus–because he’s succeeding. And success in Iraq equals a death-knell, for their chances in 2008. Fail, please General, tell us how bad things are, how it’s all collapsed around our imperialist ears. Please tell us the bad stuff, so the American people will know how horrible everything America stands for is. If you can throw in a couple reports of prisoner abuse, just to spice things up, we’d really appreciate it.

Sorry, Defeat-Mongers. You know what he’s going to say. So now you’ve turned to media-spin to sour American opinion and to water the fast-growing plant that’s cast it’s shade on all of America: Cynicism about itself. A recent CNN poll showed that 53% of American’s believe that Petraeus’ report to Congress in September will attempt to show things in a better light then they really are. Democrat think-tankers are also calling Petraeus ambitious. Good. No, great. I like ambitious. I want someone that gets aggressive, just as long as he doesn’t fall prey to political correctness. Tell the President and Congress the truth: That destroying utterly a culture that wants to annihilate your civilization is what works, that clashes between cultures of opposite ideologies happened all through history with the weaker culture ceasing to exist. I know you have it in you General. You know military history as well as anyone, you have two PHDs. You are a warrior, not a demogogue or politician.

While you’re there, General, remind Americans (whom despite easy access to knowledge, are the worst of historians)that this is one of the easiest, least destructive wars ever fought. I’ll give you some stats to take with you.

Here is a list of ten wars fought by the US, from most to least total American deaths.

1)American Civil War: 625,000

2)WW II: 405,399

3)WWI: 116,516

4)Vietnam War: 58,151

5)Korean War: 36,516 (In only three years)

6)American Revolutionary War: 25,000

7)War of 1812: 20,000

8)Mexican War: 13,282

9)Philippene War: 4,196

10) Iraq War: 3,973

Historical context is what Democrats hate.


6 Responses to “General Petraeus: Ambitious–and really, really good.”

  1. 1 Carl Rove
    August 22, 2007 at 6:54 pm

    At least they have read history…unlike Bush. He can’t even read anymore, now that I, his brain, have left.

  2. 2 Douglas Moore
    August 22, 2007 at 8:23 pm

    Hey Knuckle-Head, it’s Karl Rove with a K. You were on the internet when you wrote that, correct?

  3. 3 Carl Rove
    August 23, 2007 at 6:13 pm

    I know how to spell my name. The liberal media uses the “K” to show hate. You know, like in “Amerika” or “Katie Kourac”. Damn them all to hell.

  4. 4 Douglas Moore
    August 23, 2007 at 6:31 pm

    Hey, Mike, remember how much I love the flesh of troll.

  5. 5 Mike LaBossiere
    August 23, 2007 at 8:28 pm

    I can spell “Karl Rove.” The “Karl” is just like the “Karl” in “Karl Marx.” Coincidence? I certainly think not, comrade Moore.

  6. 6 Mike LaBossiere
    August 23, 2007 at 8:29 pm

    Almost as much as the wolves love you…

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