Talking Points

October 17, 2006

News Flash: Bush is Guilty!

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 2:10 am

President Bush has been declared guilty of being too optimistic – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

That is the word from the Drive-by-media’s October Surprise artist Bob Woodward.

Back in may, Bush delivered his speech, in which he said; “Years from now, people will look back on the formation on a unity government in Iraq as a decisive moment in the story of liberty; the moment when freedom gained a firm foothold in the Middle East. And the forces of terror began their long retreat.”

According to Bob Woodward, that optimistic forecast was a horrendous lie. You want to know why?  Because two days latter, the Joint Chiefs of Staff circulated a secret report saying “…terrorists could sustain or increase the violence in Iraq until next year”

Really? Violence during a war. Who would have thought that?

Its obvious what is going on here. Five weeks away from the elections liberals are aiming to get their new message out; which is “Democrats ’06 – Loose Your Optimism.”

It was just last a few days ago a Think Tank, ran by a Clintonoid, John Podesta, claimed that America’s middle class is worse off than ever. 

Even as the stock market runs nears an ever high as unemployment remains low and gas prices plummets.  

It got me thinking.  Years from now we will indeed look back on these times as a turning point.  We will look back on those who only offered pessimism; about the war and our nation’s ability to prosper.

Mark my words, America’s liberals will have their defeatist view’s chained around their necks for generations to come.

And that’s the memo.


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