Libs very quiet on the Iraqi elections

You remeber, those elections that we were told would

  1. Never happen
  2. Be delayed
  3. fail miserably
  4. paint the streets red with blood

So far, 0-4. Persuing the Washington Times, we see that many of the leading moonbats have had little to say. Nada from Soros, Fat Mike, or Jimmy "worst president ever" Carter.

The Carter Center determined that the security situation in Iraq was going to be too dangerous to send election monitors, so the Atlanta-based human rights organization founded by former President Jimmy Carter posted its personnel in neighboring Jordan.

Woops. Bad choice.

Mr. Carter told NBC’s "Today" show in September that he was confident the elections would not take place. "I personally do not believe they’re going to be ready for the election in January … because there’s no security there," he said.

Woops again. And Moore?

"I find it telling that the man who has lamented such great concern for the kite-flying, tea-sipping Iraqi people featured in ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’ can’t be bothered to string together a few words of admiration for those same people who braved the threat of death to cast their votes this past weekend," the anti-Moore Web site ( said. "It seems Moore only admires the Iraqi people when they validate his agenda of hating George Bush."

Some get it, though:

Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mark Brown, who has consistently opposed Mr. Bush and the war in Iraq, wrote for yesterday’s edition that "it’s hard to swallow," but "what if it turns out Bush was right, and we were wrong?"

The Chicago columnist wrote that he was struck by "television coverage from Iraq that showed long lines of people risking their lives by turning out to vote, honest looks of joy on so many of their faces."

"If it turns out Bush was right all along, this is going to require some serious penance," Mr. Brown wrote.

One of the leading demoratic bloggers, the daily Kos, has had 2 articles since Sunday. One was a reference to elections in Vietnam. Hmmmm. Don’t want to discuss a stance that proved wrong, eh?

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3 Responses to “Libs very quiet on the Iraqi elections”

  1. Jeremy says:

    I still don’t want to make it a right or wrong situation. I never did. If it boils down to one, yes, we were and are right, they were and are wrong, end of story.

    I believe we all love America and want to keep her safe. We’ve just got vastly differing opinions on how to do so….reeeeeeeeally vast.

  2. Billy Budd says:

    The silence is deafening! The hypocrites just cannot stand anything good that happens when GWB has a hand in it. I hope they continue to expose themselves for the posers that they are.

  3. When they pick Dean, will they all give that yell? I tried to engage some libs on my forum on the election, no dice. Deflection city.

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