Sunday, November 12, 2006

ROSCOE'S Weak-End Review

What’s the biggest mistake we could make?

Besides giving the Defeatocrats control of Congress, it’s this:
WASHINGTON (al Reuters)—Democrats, who won control of the U.S. Congress, said on Sunday they will push for a phased withdrawal of American troops from Iraq to begin in four to six months, but the White House cautioned against fixing timetables.
Especially in combination with this:
WASHINGTON (Roll Call)—Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), in line to become House Speaker in January, is throwing her support to Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.) in the race for Majority Leader, a move that will be an early test of her influence and will weigh heavily on Murtha's contest with Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) for the post.
Again, the only acceptable outcome of the Iraq war is victory. If we pull out prematurely, we are signing our own death warrant. It will be the biggest boost Islamofascist terrorists could hope to get. They will become an even bigger menace, and withdrawal won’t buy them off. They won’t be satisfied until American presence has been removed from every corner of the Middle East—and probably not even then. In their world, they have a problem with the very existence of Christians and Jews.

Trust me: It will not end with Iraq. The scourge of Islamofascism will only gain momentum. We already know the next demand is that we abandon Israel. Are we ready for that? The Defeatocrats, I believe, are. And that’s exactly where we’re heading.

Want to know what America will eventually look like under Defeatocrat leadership? Look at Europe—which is fast becoming Eurabia. It not only could happen here, but it’s virtually assured. We believe you can take that one to the bank.

And the bad news keeps coming

BEIRUT, Lebanon (CNN) -- A constitutional crisis in Lebanon is threatening plans for an international tribunal to try those allegedly involved in the assassination of the country's former Prime Minister. Prime Minister Fouad Siniora indicated Sunday he would formally announce support for the tribunal at a cabinet meeting Monday. But Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said Siniora's government lacks constitutional authority to make decisions because of Saturday's resignation of all five Shiite ministers from a 24-member cabinet.

White House Press Secretary Tony Snow said last week there was mounting evidence that Syria was working with Hezbollah to topple the Lebanese government in order to prevent establishment of the tribunal.

Castro not long for this world?

There are intelligence reports that Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, 80, has a terminal illness, possibly stomach cancer, and is not expected to live more than a year. Before breaking out the hats and horns, however, we need to remember that brother Raoul, who is just as evil, is firmly in charge. Cuba’s police state should be able to transition right through the Fidel demise without missing a beat. And the other bad news is that the Castro clan is known for a history of great longevity.

If you’ve noticed something funny

With this blog, it’s because we switched over to the new Beta version of Blogger, and it appears that they still have some bugs to work out. Which means so do we. Please bear with us as we de-bug.


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