Community Organizer goes to war

Dennis Miller

EXCERPTS from Community Organizer goes to war by Ann Coulter – Sept 4, 2013

No Republican who thinks seriously about America’s national security interests — by which I mean to exclude John McCain and Lindsey Graham can support Obama’s “plan” to shoot blindly into this hornet’s nest.

  • It would be completely different if we knew with absolute certainty that Assad was responsible for chemical attacks on his own people. (I’m still waiting to see if it was a Syrian upset about a YouTube video.)
  • It would be different if instead of killing a few hundred civilians, Assad had killed 5,000 civilians with poison gas in a single day, as well as tens of thousands more with chemical weapons in the past few decades.
  • It would be different if Assad were known to torture his own people, administer summary executions, rapes, burnings and electric shocks, often in front of the victim’s wife or children.
  • It would be different if Assad had acted aggressively toward the United States itself, perhaps attempting to assassinate a former U.S. president or giving shelter to terrorists who had struck within the U.S. — someone like Maj. Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood terrorist.
  • It would be different if Assad were stirring up trouble in the entire Middle East by, for example, paying bounties to the families of suicide bombers in other countries.
  • It would also be different if we could be sure that intervention in Syria would not lead to a multi-nation conflagration.
  • It would be different if we knew that any action against Syria would not put al-Qaida or the Muslim Brotherhood in power, but rather would result in a functioning, peaceful democracy.
  • And it would be different if an attack on Syria would so terrify other dictators in the region that they would instantly give up their WMDs — say, Iran abandoning its nuclear program.

If all of that were true, this would be a military intervention worth supporting!

All of that was true about Iraq, but the Democrats hysterically opposed that war.

They opposed it even after all this was known to be true — indeed, especially after it was known to be true! The loudest opponent was Barack Obama.

  • President Saddam Hussein of Iraq had attempted to assassinate former president George H.W. Bush.
  • He gave shelter to Abdul Rahman Yasin, a conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
  • He paid bounties to the families of suicide bombers in Israel.
  • Soon after Bush invaded Iraq in 2003, Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi was so terrified of an attack on his own country, he voluntarily relinquished his WMDs — which turned out to be far more extensive than previously imagined.
  • Al-Qaida not only did not take over Iraq, but got its butt handed to it in Iraq, where the U.S. and its allies killed thousands of al-Qaida fighters, including the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Iraq became the first genuine Arab democracy, holding several elections and presiding over a trial of Saddam Hussein.

Does anyone imagine that any of this would result from an Obama-led operation in Syria?

Read the rest @ http://www.teaparty.org/coulter-community-organizer-goes-to-war-28123/

Not as easy as it looks, huh Barry

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6 responses to “Community Organizer goes to war

  1. GP

    Well done, as usual!

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  2. Great column by Ann.

    I added a photograph of the White House situation room at the bottom… just because. 🙂

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  3. Wonderful summary of this great essay by Ann. She does so much better when she focuses on Democrats and stays out of conservative politics!

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