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May 1, 2008

A Patriotic Celebration

Mission AccomplishedVeterans and other freedom loving Americans are proudly celebrating the fifth anniversary of victory in Iraq. This is how patriots demonstrate their support for the troops and their bold President. It’s actually quite moving when people publicly express pride in what their nation can do. You won’t find moonbats doing this sort of thing since they treacherously pray daily for defeat.

Along with Iraq war veterans and concerned citizens, Iraq Campaign 2008 says it will unfurl a 50-foot replica “Mission Accomplished” banner at the White House tomorrow, marking the five-year anniversary of President Bush’s now-famous speech.

The unfurling is slated to occur at 10:30 a.m. on Pennsylvania Ave.

Actually that “tomorrow” is today, so happy mission accomplished day!

Iraq no longer has WMDs and Saddam, the butcher of Baghdad, is no longer in power. Isn’t it amazing what we Americans can accomplish when we roll up our sleeves and work together? America: B4B salutes you!

– Psycheout

47 Comments »

  1. No one cares.

    No one.

    Comment by The Nobody — May 1, 2008 @ 12:19 pm | Reply

  2. Iraq no longer has WMDs and Saddam, the butcher of Baghdad, is no longer in power.

    Didn’t you get the memo? Everyone knows that Iraq had no tangible WMD program by the time Bushie wanted to go in with guns blazing.

    Also, LOL at mission accomplished. Guess that’s why we have zero troops in Iraq and have turned over full control to a stable Iraqi government, right?

    Oh wait…

    Comment by Dio Brando — May 1, 2008 @ 1:04 pm | Reply

  3. Mission accomplished…If the mission was killing innocent Iraqis and American troops and [mess]ing up our economy then yeah I guess.

    [Admin: A gentle reminder: please restrict your use of the f-word to Democrat Underground, Daily Kooks and other cesspools. This is a family-friendly site.]

    Comment by CammanFia — May 1, 2008 @ 1:20 pm | Reply

  4. “Iraq Campaign 2008 says it will unfurl a 50-foot replica “Mission Accomplished” banner at the White House tomorrow, marking the five-year anniversary of President Bush’s now-famous speech.”

    Ahh yes, I remember that banner, and here we are five years later and the mission still isn’t accomplished yet.
    No more WMDs, no kidding, there never was any other than the ones in Dubya’s own little mind.
    So yes, lets celebrate, lets celebrate the fifth anniversary of the day Bush made a complete fool of himself.
    That goes right along with their stupid statement that the increased violence in Iraq was a byproduct of the “success” of the surge. Don’t all successful military actions result in increased violence?

    Comment by Arn — May 1, 2008 @ 1:36 pm | Reply

  5. “You won’t find moonbats doing this sort of thing since they treacherously pray daily for defeat.”

    Actually we don’t do this sort of thing because we don’t tend to call failure a victory.

    Comment by Arn — May 1, 2008 @ 1:39 pm | Reply

  6. “now-famous speech.”

    And you really should stop changing the words printed by others. That story says “now-infamous speech” there is a difference between the two ya know. Actually that unfurling of the banner is to remind Bushy that he failed and made an ass of himself.

    Comment by Arn — May 1, 2008 @ 1:43 pm | Reply

  7. CammanFia, how do you know all the Iraqis killed were innocent? The initial invasion, the mission which was accomplished, utilized precision bombing which doubtlessly saved a lot of lives. There is always collateral damage in war, but our brave troops did their best to minimize it. They are to be saluted, not scorned.

    What does the U.S. economy have to do with Iraq? The Democrat controlled congress is responsible for whatever economic problems you are facing. I don’t understand how you can honestly and in good faith blame “the mission.”

    Comment by Psycheout — May 1, 2008 @ 2:17 pm | Reply

  8. “The initial invasion, the mission which was accomplished, utilized precision bombing which doubtlessly saved a lot of lives.”

    The initial invasion was Dubya’s rediculously named “shock and awe” attack, it was a stupid move to try and scare them with our might by bombing the hell out of everything so that the constant bombardment would shock them into retreat and surrender, (no precision required) our initial invasion killed way more civilians than it did actual combatants. And that mission was never accomplished, it failed miserably. And that’s what the unfurling of the banner was for, to remind them that the mission still hasn’t been accomplished.

    And you still haven’t addressed the reason you edited the original story and changed infamous to famous.

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 2:29 pm | Reply

  9. [Admin: A gentle reminder: please restrict your use of the f-word to Democrat Underground, Daily Kooks and other cesspools. This is a family-friendly site.]

    This site is NOT family friendly, in fact, it’s not friendly at all.

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 2:33 pm | Reply

  10. [Admin: A gentle reminder: please restrict your use of the f-word to Democrat Underground, Daily Kooks and other cesspools. This is a family-friendly site.]

    Dear Admin: Doublecheck B4B posts, acknowledge the use of pornographic images in staff posts.

    What does the U.S. economy have to do with Iraq? The Democrat controlled congress is responsible for whatever economic problems you are facing. I don’t understand how you can honestly and in good faith blame “the mission.”

    Protip: It costs money to run a war. Links to follow.

    Comment by Dio Brando — May 1, 2008 @ 2:33 pm | Reply

  11. These Demon-rats always want to piss on people’s heads. They are sick and perverted in that way.

    No matter that our glorious President W achieved the highest levels of success, leadership and accomplishment with his deft handling of our military forces and built a supurb coalition of concerned states, and took on the world’s worst evil dictator since Genghis Khan, no matter that…

    The defeato-crats are always whining and moaning and complaining about victory.

    Maybe what we need to do is strap them to the front of a Humvee and drive down a street in Sadr City so they can meet up with their Muslim Friends and get what they deserve.

    Then they won’t complain any more!

    Comment by Marty McPain — May 1, 2008 @ 2:44 pm | Reply

  12. I love reading comments from people about Iraq and Afghanland who have never set foot in either country. I guess since John “I’m ashamed of my own Jewish heritage” Stewart of the Daily Show makes jokes about it, it must be a failure. CammanFia, did I go over there and just kill Iraqi people? You seem to obviously have the complete and total understanding of a massive conflict including all the socio/political/religious implications. My Gosh, what are you doing here? Go to Washington and Spread your wisdom. What do you want us to do? Pull out? Cause I’m sure there wouldn’t be the same massive atrocities as say occurred in Rwanda when the social order completely fell. But hey, they are just dirty sand people right? Not like you Americans, so concerned about the war that we need to pull out and darn the consequences. Is it because they are Arab, the reason they aren’t worthy of our support? I guess if they were white Albanians in Eastern Europe, and Bill needed us military kids to distract everyone from his sexual addictions, that was the right and noble thing to do. I’m sure you’ll ignore me and just chalk my views as the rantings of one of those poor, ignorant minorities that end up in the military because big, powerful, white republicans keep us all down. Always amazes me how many bigoted liberals there are out there.

    Comment by Diablo — May 1, 2008 @ 2:51 pm | Reply

  13. These Demon-rats always want to piss on people’s heads. They are sick and perverted in that way.

    …says the guy who beats and rapes his daughter. Hey, you sure you don’t live in Austria, Marty? Or on a polygamist sect ranch in Texas?

    No matter that our glorious President W achieved the highest levels of success, leadership and accomplishment with his deft handling of our military forces and built a supurb coalition of concerned states, and took on the world’s worst evil dictator since Genghis Khan, no matter that…

    President only orders the warcall. Generals lead the battlefield. Much of the coalition, save Britain and Canada, were made up of small nations, a number of which have pulled out long since.

    Kim Jong Il is probably even WORSE than Hussein– Il HAS nukes. So why aren’t we going after him? Why are we also licking the butthole of his good buddy Communist China?

    The defeato-crats are always whining and moaning and complaining about victory.

    Funny, you whine and complain when you don’t get your way. BAWWWWWWWWW.

    Comment by Dio Brando — May 1, 2008 @ 2:56 pm | Reply

  14. “The defeato-crats are always whining and moaning and complaining about victory.”

    Mind telling me what victory you are talking about, certainly not the one that never happened in Iraq.

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 3:08 pm | Reply

  15. “I love reading comments from people about Iraq and Afghanland who have never set foot in either country”

    I have never set foot in Iraq, but that other country you mentioned, where is that? I can’t find it in my world atlas. And I suppose you spent several years in each, right?

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 5:57 pm | Reply

  16. It is common practice in the military to come up with nicknames and such for common terms such as “FUBAR” or “NUB”. In this case however, your just ignorant. The suffix “-stan” is a Persian term common throughout the area, that means “place” or “land” to the locals. A strict local to English translation for Afghanistan would be “Land of the Afghans” or simply “Afghanland”. You would learn things like this if you actually went out and experienced the world as opposed to sitting in your home, making pathetic attempts at sounding intelligent at the expense of others. Ah but your an American. Your supposed to be ignorant.

    [Admin: Touche!]

    Comment by Diablo — May 1, 2008 @ 7:00 pm | Reply

  17. Believe me, Diablo, I’ve been out in the world for a much longer time than you have, you are what, about one third my age? I’ve never been to Iraq or Afghanistan, but I have been in all 48 continental states and Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Turkey, The Phillipines, Viet Nam, England, South Africa (very good pot there), Korea, and Japan. (later this summer I’m scheduled to go to Australia for a little trip through the outback). The fact that I am retired now has nothing to do with how I spent my life over the past several decades, you have many many years to go before you can gain even half the first hand knowledge of the world that I have. Think before you speak.

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 7:26 pm | Reply

  18. And if you are going to call someone ignorant, don’t misspell your words in the same sentence. Guess who looks ignorant then.

    HINT: your means belonging to you. You’re means you are.

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 7:56 pm | Reply

  19. Lol anyways many Iraqis were killed because they were just their and the econommy thing is because with all the money going into the war we’re heading to a 21st century great depression.

    Comment by CammanFia — May 1, 2008 @ 8:44 pm | Reply

  20. Oh yes I didn’t scorn the brave troops who lost their lives because some pricks in the white house have an inferiority conplex.

    Comment by CammanFia — May 1, 2008 @ 8:47 pm | Reply

  21. Also may I remind you this is not a family friendly website look at all the boob pics you show.

    Comment by CammanFia — May 1, 2008 @ 8:48 pm | Reply

  22. You got me, The One. You have better understanding of American grammar better than me. And I’m sure you dropping names of various countries means you have actually been to said countries as opposed to a pathetic attempt to impress people you’ll never met. For such an aged and wise individual, you seem extremely childish but whatever.

    Comment by Diablo — May 2, 2008 @ 5:21 am | Reply

  23. Naa, Diablo, if I was doing that I would have listed some more interesting countries like France, Italy, Egypt, China etc. countries I always wanted to go to but was never able to, several of those mentioned I was sent to by our own Military, Germany I went to in order to go to the US Embassy to try and get their help in getting my brother released from the Frankfurt Mein penitentiary, (I was also there for reforger excercises for three weeks), but I did spend time on my own in each just getting out and exploring the country.
    As for being childish, I suggest you go back and look over some of your own childish rants. Besides, I am in my second childhood you know. :-D

    Comment by The One — May 2, 2008 @ 5:54 am | Reply

  24. Diablo, you may have noticed by now that the liberal trolls in here will attack you no matter what you say. So get used to it. You are seen as a scapegoat who must be ridiculed and silenced. It’s the liberal way. They can’t help it, it’s who they are.

    I, for one, and the “silent majority” of B4B readers who enjoy the site, appreciate your contributions to the discussions in our comment threads.

    Whatever you do, don’t let the leftist thugs and thought police drive you away. Keep up the fight for what is right. It’s what we conservatives do best.

    Comment by Psycheout — May 2, 2008 @ 1:22 pm | Reply

  25. “silent majority”
    How about installing a counter to show just how many hits you’re really getting?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — May 2, 2008 @ 3:25 pm | Reply

  26. “You have better understanding of American grammar better than me.”

    And that sentence proves it,, lol

    Comment by Arn — May 2, 2008 @ 5:30 pm | Reply

  27. Silent majority, oh, so that’s why we never hear from them. Are they deaf also?

    Comment by Arn — May 2, 2008 @ 5:31 pm | Reply

  28. HEY YOU SILENT FOLKS OUT THERE, SPEAK UP.

    Just out of curiousity Psyche, if they don’t say anything, how do you know they support you in the first place?
    You can tell by the looks on their faces, right?

    Comment by Arn — May 2, 2008 @ 5:39 pm | Reply

  29. You are seen as a scapegoat who must be ridiculed and silenced.

    We’re not blaming him for anything. Now, if I hear any stories about domestic terrorism, I may just blame YOU.

    Comment by Dio Brando — May 2, 2008 @ 5:59 pm | Reply

  30. Does this deaf and dumb majority Play pinball perchance?

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — May 5, 2008 @ 1:27 am | Reply

  31. No, but they can see for miles and miles and miles and miles,,,,, oh yeah.

    Comment by The One — May 5, 2008 @ 5:30 am | Reply

  32. Oh, and I am fairly sure they do have supple wrists.

    Comment by The One — May 5, 2008 @ 10:31 am | Reply

  33. Do they give a smile for old engine drivers, though?

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — May 5, 2008 @ 11:09 pm | Reply

  34. I hope you are not suggesting that they have a remedy.

    Comment by The One — May 6, 2008 @ 5:24 am | Reply

  35. Actually, they probably have no idea what the hell we are talking about,,lol.

    Comment by The One — May 6, 2008 @ 5:25 am | Reply

  36. [Admin: A gentle reminder: please restrict your use of the f-word to Democrat Underground, Daily Kooks and other cesspools. This is a family-friendly site.]

    LOL at the “family-friendly” thing. Guess you forgot about this post. And this one. And the nipple shot. Wow, I sure am glad this is a family-friendly site, because I sure wouldn’t want kids to see this stuff anywhere else. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. If this cesspool is “family-friendly,” I’d hate to see what a NON-family-friendly site looks like.

    Comment by L — May 6, 2008 @ 7:22 am | Reply

  37. I dunno, I believe Marty made a clear reference to Frank Zappa once, and of the Zappa fans I know, none have ever claimed to hate the Who.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — May 6, 2008 @ 10:46 pm | Reply

  38. How can anyone possibly hate The Who? Although my favorite albulm of theirs, (Quadrophenia), seems to be unheard of by many of their fans. It’s weird how many times I have played that albulm and heard someone say “That sounds like the Who, but I never heard that before”.

    Comment by The One — May 7, 2008 @ 5:52 am | Reply

  39. I made the mistake of watching the movie version of Quadrophenia without proper versing in the whole mods/rockers thing, so it did nothing for me at first.
    It is all too common for a band’s best stuff to be overlooked and albums that have more songs getting radio time being exalted. The Whoi get it alot.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — May 7, 2008 @ 8:57 pm | Reply

  40. They call me the Seeker

    Comment by Elephant Bones — May 7, 2008 @ 9:20 pm | Reply

  41. Is this another US “victory” like that one in Vietnam?
    Also, Afganistan is the English name for that country, no matter what the “direct translation” might be. Just like their Nippon is our Japan, and their Deutschland is our Germany. Saying that Afganistan should be called “Afganland” is like saying that Australia should be called “Southern”. Sure, that’s what it means, but that’s not the name.

    Comment by Serpentine — May 7, 2008 @ 11:16 pm | Reply

  42. The Iraq war is STILL A FAILURE.

    Psycheout firmly plants lips on ass of Liberal McAmnesty McCain’s old wrinkled ass (as I predicted he would several months ago).

    Comment by spacebrother — May 16, 2008 @ 2:52 pm | Reply

  43. Gas prices are higher than ever before.

    Millions of innocent Iraqi civilians and thousands of American soldiers have died.

    The risk of terrorism in Iraq is HIGHER than ever before.

    Saddam, while certainly a snake, still had the common sense not to have anything to do with bin Laden, who is STILL HIDING IN AFGHANISTAN. Remember Afghanistan?

    Our great-great-great-great-GREAT-grandchildren will still be paying off this war (that is, if the fallout of the S&L scandal has been paid off by that point, which I rather strongly doubt). Meanwhile, the elderly are being forced to continue working until they hit 80 because Social Security no longer provides nearly enough money to see our senior citizens through retirement.

    Despite NCLB (and in many ways because of it), the quality of a public-school education has become so dismal that record numbers of mothers are home-schooling their children. And our nation’s private schools aren’t any better than its public schools, because there’s no accountability in the private schools. Many private schools, including our local Montessori school, are significantly WORSE than the public schools–yet parents are paying thousands to enroll their children in these schools!

    Was the mission to make life in America and Iraq as hellish as possible? If so, then MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.

    Comment by L — May 20, 2008 @ 8:34 am | Reply

  44. this blog is a buntch of crap it is just a buntch of religous freeks that have no mind of thear own and want to force thear ways onto all intelligant ppl.

    Comment by panther — September 13, 2008 @ 5:41 pm | Reply

  45. So nice that we managed to turn over control to a stable, peaceful country without killing any innocent people in the process.
    OSHI-

    Comment by Bob — June 8, 2009 @ 2:12 pm | Reply

  46. waiting for the real rain that will wash all the scum of the streets.. (that includes retarded-brainless-republicans)

    Comment by Ricardo — December 15, 2009 @ 12:39 am | Reply


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