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Nancy Pelosi thinks Iran is behind our success in Iraq instead of the cause of trouble

Posted by avideditor on May 30, 2008

Pelosi sounds more like the speaker of the house in Iran. Despite sharing opposite values in everything except for a shared hatred of America, Pelosi gives the people that are funding and supplying most of the insurgency credit for the success of the surge. Iran is trying its best to kill as many of our heros as possible but Pelosi is in la la land. Libtards like her are allowing Iran to build nukes and kill our soldiers. Bomb Iran now before it is too late. Iran is going to sneek a nuke into the US and blow up a major city and try to nuke Israel the second it gets the bomb. Time is ticking. Someone really needs to check the sanity of some of the people running our government. The thought of Pelosi being 3rd in line for the presidency scares the hell out of me. 

Konservo has the audio of the speech on his site but I don’t agree with his thoughts on Pelosi pandering to the Israelis. Saying she is behind more talks does nothing to stop Iran from nuking Tel Aviv. Keep in mind Israel is just the little Satin to the loons in Iran. Big Satan is the USA. Iran controls Hezbollah which has sleeper cells in North America and Military bases in South America. The only solution is to bomb Iran before they bomb us. 

Commentary has a more scholarly analysis. It is from the editor who wrote. The Case to Bomb Iran Have any of my readers read Podhoretz’s World War IV? I have been wanting to read it. Does it have any mind blowing insight or is it already dated?

 

Pelosi Credits Iran’s “Goodwill” for Surge Success

In an interview yesterday with the San Francisco Chronicle, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi claimed the U.S. troop surge failed to accomplish its goal. She then partially credited the success of the troop surge to “the goodwill of the Iranians,” claiming that they were responsible for ending violence in the southern city of Basra.

Asked if she saw any evidence of the surge’s positive impact on her May 17 trip to Iraq she responded:

Well, the purpose of the surge was to provide a secure space, a time for the political change to occur to accomplish the reconciliation. That didn’t happen. Whatever the military success, and progress that may have been made, the surge didn’t accomplish its goal. And some of the success of the surge is that the goodwill of the Iranians-they decided in Basra when the fighting would end, theynegotiated that cessation of hostilities-the Iranians.

This is an inexcusable slander. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki brought the Sadrists militias to their knees in a month-long battle that enabled Iraq’s largest Sunni bloc to rejoin the government. Furthermore, when Pelosi met with Prime Minister al-Maliki in Mosul she sang quite a different tune. She had “welcomed Iraq’s progress in passing a budget as well as oil legislation, and a bill paving the way for the provincial elections in the fall that are expected to more equitably redistribute power among local officials,” and stated, “We’re assured the elections will happen here, they will be transparent, they will be inclusive and they will take Iraq closer to the reconciliation we all want it to have.”

Discounting the success of the American military, denying the accomplishments of U.S. allies, and giving the credit to our most dangerous enemies seems like an especially productive week for a Democrat on Capitol Hill. After Nancy Pelosi’s post-Iraq hat trick, there’s really no need for Barack Obama to make this trip after all.

UPDATE: Ace has more on Iran’s “goodwill.”

 

 

2 Responses to “Nancy Pelosi thinks Iran is behind our success in Iraq instead of the cause of trouble”

  1. Hosein said

    Hello.
    the director haven’t put the link of high quality version yet.
    they promised that they put the link next week in http://www.ngoic.com
    and they will put the link of arabic and persian version of “Beyond Fitna” next week.
    Good bye friend!

  2. trajan75 said

    The Left loves Iran.

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