Thursday, June 07, 2007

Edwards the Insane

It gets worse!

Edwards assails Clinton's terror remarks

NEW YORK - Presidential contender John Edwards on Thursday disputed Democratic rival Hillary Rodham Clinton's claim that the U.S. is safer since Sept. 11 and contended GOP candidate Rudy Giuliani will never win if he embraces President Bush's policies.

"Today, as a result of what George Bush has done, we have more terrorists and fewer allies," Edwards said at a news conference. "There was no group called al-Qaida in Iraq before this president's war in Iraq."
And there were no V-2 rockets hitting London before the stupid Brits refused to surrender!

Same "logic", and just as insane.

Hmm, so obviously Edwards thinks Al-Qaeda in Iraq is a threat.

Yet, he thinks we should withdraw and stop fighting them there.

How does that make sense, Edwards?

Or are you just a raving lunatic?

Like Clinton, Edwards, the former North Carolina senator, voted to authorize military action against Iraq in 2002 and supported the concept of a global war on terror throughout his 2004 presidential bid. He was quoted during that campaign as saying he believed the country was safer than it had been before Sept. 11.

On Thursday, he said his views had changed
because his left-wing puppetmasters pulled this dead wooden puppet's strings.


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