Carol Platt Liebau: Path to Victory

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Path to Victory

Quin Hillyer points out how and why Republicans can win this autumn.

His points are strengthened by this morning's news. In particular, as he points out, the American people won't shy away from the Democrats because they are anti-war, but because they are apparently anti-victory. But there's more to it than simply trusting in the incompetence of the Dems.

Read the whole thing.

10 Comments:

Blogger Editor said...

Sure Carol, "stay the course" is really convincing!

8:46 AM  
Blogger dodger said...

"Stay the course." What course? Stopping global terrorism, of course. If one supports Republicans then one is in favor of stopping global terrorism.

The alternative? Tell me the alternative.

In the final analysis it is a war that countries must fight from within, as we saw today in Great Britain.

Until every country in the world roots out terrorists the war will continue. Accordingly pressure must be brought to countries that are overtly harboring terrorists, and rewarding countries that rid themselves of terrorists.

Economies flourish in democratic countries, they wither in Talabanic countries.

We need to rid our congress of as many Talabinic Democrats as possible this fall. Joe Lieberman is not a Talibinic Democrat. Republicans should reward him by returning him to office in Connecticut.

10:26 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

If the course is the right one, staying it is appropriate.

10:27 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Mocking the course without defining a legitimate alternate one is the hieght of incompetence.

10:29 AM  
Blogger dodger said...

"... policies that need to be adopted, like stronger diplomacy and more reliance on allies and international organizations, coupled with a willingness to fully fund, rearm, strengthen and use America's armed forces." Wesley Clark, today's WSJ.

That's it? That's the Democrats plan?

Well, I hate to admit it but it's not a bad plan. In fact, I think it is what the Republican administration is doing.

Obstructed at every level by the "lock-step" Democratic congress.

10:53 AM  
Blogger eLarson said...

stronger diplomacy
On the surface, that strikes me as an oxymoron. On second glance, could that be The Bolton Way? If so, do tell me more.

11:11 AM  
Blogger Editor said...

The criticism is coming from your own party, such people as former Reagan and Bush (I) high ranking officials.

Fact of the matter is that the remaining supporters of Bush are the fringe group extremists.

It is a shame Bush destroyed his mind with booze and drugs where he can't even put two sentences together but, feeling sorry for the guy is no reason to destroy the US.

12:25 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Lust for power is no reason to sabotage the war effort.

1:33 PM  
Blogger Editor said...

Isn't Georgie Bush the Al Qaeda recruiting poster boy?

I would say yes. George Bush is the best thing going for Al Qaeda right now. His Administration's foolish policies serve Al Qaeda's long term strategic objectives. Al Qaeda will do everything to keep those fools in power.

2:47 PM  
Blogger Orphan in Bama said...

Mr. Hilyer has a fine golf game to go along with his keen insight.

I wish I could say some of the posters have keen insight, but it appears they have no sight at all, only blind hatred. I wonder if they think Lamont (spelling?) will lead the charge to gloryland for the leftliberals....not to be confused with the pure liberals. But then they tend to wonder a lot, especially about where their world is. They need to find it so they can drink the Koolaid.

Sad.....

david

4:22 AM  

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