SM Friday: Antiwar Hypocrites

Happy Friday! The Surrender Monkey is thrilled with his buddy Barry’s redeploy to Afghanistan talk, because he knows that sooner or later, the kook fringe surrender base will force the Messiah to change and once again call for cut and run. But, in the meantime, Ralph Peters writes about antiwar hypocrites

AM I the only one who’s noticed the silence? Mere months ago, left-wing bloggers and demonstrators were wailing Support our troops, bring them home! seven days a week.

Now their presidential candidate has announced that he won’t bring all those troops home, but will simply transfer combat forces from Iraq to Afghanistan – expanding that war. (He’s discussed possibly invading Pakistan, too.)

And the left’s quiet as a graveyard at midnight.

Where are the outraged protests from MoveOn or the DailyKos? I thought the extreme left felt sorry for our service members in harm’s way and wanted to reunite them with their families.

What happened?

We all know exactly what happened. The left has nothing against foreign wars (as long as they don’t have to fight in person). They just want to pick our wars themselves.

Also, they don’t really have a problem with wars, as long as the they are clean and neat, because as soon as something goes wrong, they want out. See the actions in Somalia that freaked Billy Jeff out, made him pull the troops out, with the upshot being that Osama Bin Laden called America a paper tiger.

The Left will turn on Obama soon over this, since many do not want want to be in Afghanistan, either. And, to use a port sider talking point, was it not Al Qaeda who attacked us on 9/11? And Barry wants to go after the Taliban. Hum.

Woops! Here come the surrender in Afghanistan folks, who are not happy with Barry.

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