Carol Platt Liebau: Any Comment, Dems?

Friday, August 25, 2006

Any Comment, Dems?

The Democrats' efforts to present themselves as "tough on terror" may be tarnished by the news today, as reported by the Chicago Tribune, that a Democratic congressman took a trip subsidized by a terrorist group.

Any comment, Dems?


Blogger eLarson said...

Perhaps Mr. Davis (D-IL) is a Dingell Democrat. (Dingell (D-MI) does not take a position for or against Hezbollah. Bold.)

1:38 PM  
Blogger Editor said...

No one seemed to care that Cheney violated sanctions by selling to Hussein or in Bush(41) showing his respects for the most famous crook in America's history, Kenny Boy Lay.

But if he is found to have known where the money came from and lied, he shoud be made to resign.

1:50 PM  
Blogger Cavalor Epthith said...

Tamil Tigers, sheesh, some terrorist group that is. Ceylon, or rather Sri lanka is not Pakistan. At least the bloody democrat could find a terrorist. Where is that elusive bin Laden anyway? Probably hiding under Rumsfeld's skirt. Less politics more action, please.

And editor, as you well know anything done in the name of capitalism by white men in suits is fair. Anything done in the name of faith by anyone who does not believe like them is terrorism. This from a nation that supported Pinochet(!) Saddam Hussein (!) Trujillo(!) Samoza(!) and in some Bush family circles Adolf Hitler's I G Farben (!)


5:44 PM  
Blogger The Ayatollah said...

What the Democrats are tough on are: Christianity, the middle class, unborn babies, taxpayers, and the truth.

Islamic crazies attack these things, which is why the Dims like Kerry, Kennedy, Murtha, Clinton, etc., seemingly support the terrorists.

7:20 AM  
Blogger Marshall Art said...

So what are you saying, Cav? That because the Tamil Tiers aren't as widespread or barbarous as AlQueda or Hamas that they can be overlooked? That Davis isn't a putz for accepting their dough? Yeah, that makes perfect sense.

And you can point to past mistakes by past leaders, and still not make your case. Each of those examples are different stories, some defenseable, some not. But what this current story has for sure, is a group on the gov list of terrorist orgs. That's upfront and not easily defended.

12:53 PM  

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