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Sunday, September 17, 2006


Warning: this post contains curse words


Celia covers right wing idiot John Boehner campaigning for Castle. I totally forgot that bastard was coming to Delaware.

As you may recall John Boehner, is the Bush-loving out of touch moron who said, "The problems are in Baghdad and within a 30 mile radius of Baghdad. The rest of the country is peaceful."

Castle pals around with this piece of shit and stand by like a dumbass while Boehner ads insult to insult by saying this bullshit, "Taking on the terrorists and defeating them is the only option we have. As a Republican, I'm happy that George Bush is our president," he said. "He's always acted in the best interest of the country, regardless of the political consequences."


"I listen to my Democrat friends, and I wonder if they're more interested in protecting terrorists than in protecting the American people."

So Castle's buddies think George Bush is doing a great job and Democrats are protecting terrorists. What a surprise.

Dennis Spivack had some choice words for the fake-moderate's buddy and his asinine quip :

"That was as irresponsible a statement as someone can make. It's such an irresponsible statement that if Mike Castle had the guts and backbone that I will bring to Congress, he would have canceled John Boehner coming in,"

Nope. Guts and backbone are not words that come to mind when I think of Castle. He allies himself with scum, ignores the war and hopes nobody notices. [If you want to see the a gigantic a-hole Castle considers a friend, Boehner will be on Fox News this morning telling Chris Wallance that we are winning in Iraq and all we need is another tax cut and for Democrats to shut up.] .
Here again, are Delawareans who died outside of Bagdad. In the "peaceful" places according to asshole Boehner:

Harmon, Darren - Newark
Staff Sergeant
U.S. Army Reserve
203rd Military Intel BN, 205th Military Intel Brigade

James, Richard Z. - Seaford
Lance Corporal
U.S. Marine
3rd BN, 8th Marine REG, 2nd Marine DIV II Marine Exp Force

McGowan, Stephen M. - Newark
U.S. Army
1st BN, 9th INF REG, 2nd INF DIV
Ramadi (Tamin Distr.)

Clifton, Richard C. - Milford
Lance Corporal
U.S. Marine
2nd BN, 5th Marines, 1st Marine DIV, I Marine Expeditionary Force

Garyantes, Joseph P. - Rehoboth
Staff Sergeant
U.S. Army
B Company, 1st BN, 63rd Armor REG, 1st INF DIV
Muqdadiyah (near)

Roberts, Anthony P.
Lance Corporal
U.S. Marine
2nd BN, 4th Marines, 1st Marine DIV, I Marine Expeditionary Force

Rippetoe, Russell Brian - Seaford
U.S. Army
3rd BN, 75th Ranger REG
SW of Haditha Dam

Long, Ryan Patrick - Seaford
U.S. Army
3rd BN, 75th Ranger REG
SW of Haditha Dam

McGinnis, Brian Daniel - Seaford
U.S. Marine
HMLA-169, Marine Corps Air Station
Jalibah Air Base (Near)

For the record one of ours died in Bagdad and two in the hospital.

Moudy, James S. "Shawn" - Newark
Sergeant 1st Class
U.S. Army
1st Squadron, 71st Cavalry REG, 10th Mountain DIV

Thompson, Jarrett B. - Dover
U.S. Army Reserve
946th Transportation CompanyHE lived
Walter Reed Medical Ctr.

Palmer, Cory L. - Seaford
U.S. Marine
2nd RECON BN, 2nd Marine DIV
Brooke Army Med Center, TX

Sean Barney was shot by a sniper in Fallujah.

The Bottom line: Michael Castle hanging around with his buddy Boehner spits in the faces of the familes of these men.


Shhhh! You're not supposed to remind us of those who've died in the war. By doing so, you're emboldening the enemy!
I was proud and relieved to read that no one applauded the speaker's most idiotic pro-Bush statements
Nice job as usual.

And don't forget to check over on us to see some of Boehner's many non-Iraq miscues. (and a note on your next state rep, Becky Walker)
See Kilroy's Do or Die !
Time for the Iraqis to free their own asses.
I notice the lack of dates associated with either the Boehner quote or the loss of life in Iraq.

more cut & paste propaganda?
Committee on Armed Services, Washington, DC, October 9, 1998.

The President, The White House, Washington, DC.

Dear Mr. President: We are writing to express our concern over recent developments in Iraq .

Last February, the Senate was working on a resolution supporting military action if diplomacy did not succeed in convincing Saddam Hussein to comply with the United Nations Security Council resolutions concerning the disclosure and destruction of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. This effort was discontinued when the Iraqi government reaffirmed its acceptance of all relevant Security Council resolutions and reiterated its willingness to cooperate with the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in a Memorandum of Understanding signed by its Deputy Prime Minister and the United Nations Secretary General.

Despite a brief interval of cooperation, however, Saddam Hussein has failed to live up to his commitments. On August 5, Iraq suspended all cooperation with UNSCOM and the IAEA, except some limited monitoring activity.

As UNSCOM Executive Chairman Richard Butler told us in a briefing for all Senators in March, the fundamental historic reality is that Iraq has consistently sought to limit, mitigate, reduce and, in some cases, defeat the Security Council's resolutions by a variety of devices.

We were gratified by the Security Council's action in unanimously passing Resolution 1194 on September 9. By condemning Iraq's decision to suspend cooperation with UNSCOM and the IAEA, by demanding that Iraq rescind that decision and cooperate fully with UNSCOM and the IAEA, by deciding not to conduct the sanctions' review scheduled for October 1998 and not to conduct any future such reviews until UNSCOM and the IAEA, report that they are satisfied that they have been able to exercise the full range of activities provided for in their mandates, and by acting under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, the Security Council has sent an unambiguous message to Saddam Hussein.

We are skeptical, however, that Saddam Hussein will take heed of this message even though it is from a unanimous Security Council. Moreover, we are deeply concerned that without the intrusive inspections and monitoring by UNSCOM and the IAEA, Iraq will be able, over time, to reconstitute its weapons of mass destruction programs.

In light of these developments, we urge you, after consulting with Congress, and consistent with the U.S. Constitution and laws, to take necessary actions (including, if appropriate, air and missile strikes on suspect Iraq sites) to respond effectively to the threat posed by Iraq's refusal to end its weapons of mass destruction programs.


Carl Levin, Joe Lieberman, Frank R. Lautenberg, Dick Lugar, Kit Bond, Jon Kyl, Chris Dodd, John McCain, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Alfonse D'Amato, Bob Kerrey, Pete V. Domenici, Dianne Feinstein, Barbara A. Mikulski.

Thomas Daschle, John Breaux, Tim Johnson, Daniel K. Inouye, Arlen Specter, James Inhofe, Strom Thurmond, Mary L. Landrieu, Wendell Ford, John F. Kerry, Chuck Grassley, Jesse Helms, Rick Santorum.
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