Blogs 4 Brownback

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