Blogs 4 Brownback

May 18, 2007

Oh, No!

Filed under: Defending America,Justice/Law,Republicans,Terrorism — Sisyphus @ 5:37 am

Wolfowitz is resigning!

Wolfowitz on Thursday announced that he would step down at the end of June, his leadership undermined by a furor over the compensation he arranged in 2005 for Shaha Riza, a bank employee.

Luckily, the White House is going to find a suitable replacement in short order. But really, who among us can replace such a man? America owes Wolfowitz a debt of honor and gratitude it can never hope to repay. He saved Iraq, he saved America, and he salvaged the World Bank’s miserable reputation. What can a nation such as ours reserve for such a hero? A ticker tape parade and a few airports named after him would hardly begin to cover it.

I see bright things coming in his future, though. Personally, I hope he runs for President, after Brownback’s two terms are up. I’d vote for him.

18 Comments »

  1. Good riddance to that war mongering, corrupted little pig. Kicked out in disgrace. How very fitting.

    Comment by Hasenkatz — May 19, 2007 @ 1:27 pm | Reply

  2. Why do you hate America, Hasenkatz?

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 19, 2007 @ 1:45 pm | Reply

  3. Why do YOU hate America, Sisyphus?

    Comment by Hasenkatz — May 19, 2007 @ 1:54 pm | Reply

  4. I don’t. I love America, its government, and its defenders. You, Hasenkatz, are the one who’s chosen to disparage these things.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 19, 2007 @ 2:12 pm | Reply

  5. SISYPHUS HATES AMERICA!!!!

    SISYPHUS HATES AMERICA!!!!

    SISYPHUS HATES AMERICA!!!!

    nyah, nyah, nyah!!!

    Comment by ec1009 — May 19, 2007 @ 11:04 pm | Reply

  6. Sysyphus be you imbecile or spoof,

    Exactly why is criticism of Wolfowitz unamerican? An answer containing some semblance of logic would be helpful if you feel up to it.

    Comment by ec1009 — May 19, 2007 @ 11:10 pm | Reply

  7. Sisyphus, He is disparaging Wolfowitz, not the country. Our nation depends on an educated and critical electorate. Merely supporting someone who is in power because they are in power ends up weakening our country over the long term. Wolfowitz has been involved or is responsible for several major planning and strategic blunders (Read up on the council on foreign relations, and his cronyism and corruption while he was at the WB) The man is detached from reality and the sooner he is out of a position to make decisions the better.

    Comment by Jeremiah Poopsmith — May 19, 2007 @ 11:12 pm | Reply

  8. This is a joke site isn’t it? You spend an awfull amount of time working on it. It could be funnier.

    Comment by ec1009 — May 19, 2007 @ 11:19 pm | Reply

  9. hey, you don’t have to lie. just admit your hatred of America. I forgive you.

    Comment by hasenkatz — May 20, 2007 @ 3:39 am | Reply

  10. Two days after Shinseki testified, Wolfowitz said to the House Budget Committee on February 27, 2003:

    There has been a good deal of comment—some of it quite outlandish—about what our postwar requirements might be in Iraq. Some of the higher end predictions we have been hearing recently, such as the notion that it will take several hundred thousand U.S. troops to provide stability in post-Saddam Iraq, are wildly off the mark. It is hard to conceive that it would take more forces to provide stability in post-Saddam Iraq than it would take to conduct the war itself and to secure the surrender of Saddam’s security forces and his army—hard to imagine.[27]

    yea, Wolfy…outlandish

    Comment by ChenZhen — May 20, 2007 @ 10:34 am | Reply

  11. BTW , I put you on my blogroll.🙂

    Comment by ChenZhen — May 20, 2007 @ 10:36 am | Reply

  12. Wolfowitz planned for the war correctly; what he didn’t plan for was the American public letting him down. But, deluded by the moonbat media into thinking that the war was going badly when we were, in fact, winning it, that’s just what the American public did. They elected ultraleftist cowards who were unwilling to back the war anymore, and as a result it’s been harder going than it was before.

    There’s still light at the end of the tunnel, but it’ll be a long, hard slog to get there. The reason for the light is Wolfowitz’s planning and decisions; the reason for the slogging match to get there is the Democrat Congress, which cut our troops off at the knees right when they needed support the most.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 21, 2007 @ 11:10 am | Reply

  13. Well, if the neocons in the admin. were such geniuses, where are they now? Rummy didn’t have to resign, did he? Why did Wolfowitz leave? What about Libby (oops)? Feith? Bolton?

    Face it, either these guys had no idea what they were really getting us into (which would make them severely incompetent), or they just flat out lied to us. Take your pick.

    American public letting him down

    Didn’t you just accuse someone of hating America a few comments up? Good grief.

    Comment by ChenZhen — May 21, 2007 @ 12:20 pm | Reply

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  15. “Face it, either these guys had no idea what they were really getting us into (which would make them severely incompetent), or they just flat out lied to us. Take your pick.”

    The moonbat media would have you see it that way, sure.

    “Didn’t you just accuse someone of hating America a few comments up? Good grief.”

    There’s a difference between hating America and hating the media who constantly tear it down, and delude vast swaths of the public into doing likewise.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 22, 2007 @ 11:19 am | Reply

  16. uummmm….the ‘moonbat media’ helped to sell this war in the first place.

    Comment by ChenZhen — May 22, 2007 @ 12:18 pm | Reply

  17. They reported the truth back then, but they got insolent after Dan Rather got off scot-free for his criminal conduct in Rathergate. The man should’ve gone to prison then and there.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 22, 2007 @ 1:46 pm | Reply

  18. “He saved Iraq, he saved America”

    Riiiiight!

    Comment by Skeptic — May 25, 2007 @ 10:07 am | Reply


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