October 26, 2005

Hear That?

Three Iraqi Sunni parties are forming a political coalition. Don't expect to see that on page 1 of the NY Times.

That tapping sound you here is the sound of Iraqi democracy driving nails into to coffin of al Qaeda in Iraq.

al Qaeda's strategic war is lost, their tactical capabilities steadily eroded. The terrorists have the ability to still kill, sometimes spectacularly, but they no longer have any chance of containing a nation of people that has demonstrated that it wants freedom, and is willing to trust the ballot more than the bullet.

As daily developments continute to prove, Allah is not on the side of the Jihadis.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at October 26, 2005 11:43 AM | TrackBack

The left will (and is) conveniently ignore that the stated goal of Al Queda was to stop Iraq from becoming a democracy.

Guess what? Two elections later, Al Queda is wetting their bed. And yet the media is still claiming we're quagmired and losing and crying and weeping like little candy-ass wimp tree-huggers with no hope in sight.

"But hope dawns!!! Oh hell! Hope dawns bright! When HILLARY gets elected, the world will enter into a new age of KUMBAYA and she'll bring our troops home! The war will be over! Muslims will kiss us!" (yuck)

Of course, that totally ignores Hillary saying we need to stay until Iraqis can care for themselves - GEE exactly what the evil Bushitler has been saying.

But Hillary saying it makes it better.

The left is sooo transparent.

Posted by: William Thrash at October 26, 2005 12:18 PM

Actually, I believe Allah is on the side of the terrorists and that is part of their problem - you see God is not on their side. It is sweet irony every time one of the terrorists blows himself up (in the name of Allah). He expects to stand before a welcoming Allah (who will direct him to a chamber with 77 virgins to satisfy his every whim) only to stand before God whose judgment is final (and I don't think there are any recognizable virgins involved).

Posted by: Old Soldier at October 26, 2005 07:14 PM

Give the NYT and the AP a break. They rooted for the wrong team, and their team is losing. We have to give them some time to finish pouting, then they'll come around.

They still won't ever root for America, but their reporting will become more honest soon.


Posted by: Kevin at October 27, 2005 09:55 AM