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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Biden wants troops in Sudan, and out of Iraq

God loves Joe Biden. How can I say that? Because if it weren't for Joe Biden, we wouldn't have a lick of comedy coming out of Congress. He's the original member of the Party of Clouseau, and now he's saying we need to get out of Iraq, and into Sudan:

Joseph Biden, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a Democratic presidential candidate, called Wednesday for the use of military force to end the suffering in Darfur.

"I would use American force now," Biden said at a hearing before his committee. "I think it's not only time not to take force off the table. I think it's time to put force on the table and use it."

In advocating use of military force, Biden said senior U.S. military officials in Europe told him that 2,500 U.S. troops could "radically change the situation on the ground now."

"Let's stop the bleeding," Biden said. "I think it's a moral imperative."

Yeah, 2500 troops will help right now, and a week after we'd deploy troops there, Biden would be joined by a cacophonous chorus of moonbats shouting we don't have enough boots on the ground, or that we're in a quagmire. These guys will go from one side of the fence to the other quicker than a presidential candidate trying to cover all their bases. But here's the money quote, and it's not even offered by Joe Biden.

It's from Bryan over at Hot Air who gets the hat-tip for this story:

Help me out here, Democrats. You all want out of Iraq. I know that a lot of you agree with Biden and want into Darfur. What underlying principle guides you? I’m not being snarky–I’m genuinely curious about it.

Because from where I sit, you people make no sense at all.

Your top reps in the House will meet with Assad or
Ahmadinejad but not Bush. You run away from Fox News but I bet you’d all go debate on Al Jazeera. You’ll fundraise for CAIR but you treat James Dobson like he’s a leper. You all think Keith Olbermann is just the manliest man ever since he’s always “speaking truth to power” but, as a kid, he got beat up by girls all the time. And you’re all probably cool with that. And now this–let’s run away! from Iraq, and lurch right into Darfur.

You hate the “civil war” in Iraq? Well, you’ll just love the civil war in Darfur. Did ya know that the same Islamist forces we’re fighting against in Iraq are involved in Darfur? You’d best get up to speed. Chop chop.

TY Bryan. 'Nuff said.

Publius II


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