Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Lying Commie Bastards

Today the Wall St. Journal pulled a former commie out of the woodwork to attack those who oppose Bush. Ion Pacepa, former intelligence officer for communist Rumania, wants us to love our president, no matter what.
I spent decades scrutinizing the U.S. from Europe, and I learned that international respect for America is directly proportional to America's own respect for its president.
Of course, thanks to people like General Pacepa, there was a large chunk of Europe that knew nothing of American presidents except for what Gen. Pacepa wanted them to know. That may be a little harsh, since he defected in the '70's and worked against his homeland.
He started the article off with this little statement:
But as someone who escaped from communist Romania--with two death sentences on his head--in order to become a citizen of this great country, I have a hard time understanding why some of our top political leaders can dare in a time of war to call our commander in chief a "liar," a "deceiver" and a "fraud."
Perhaps the leaders of this country are just speaking for the 71% of the American people who disapprove of his leadership? Perhaps our president is indeed a liar, a deceiver, and a fraud. What should our nation do? Perhaps we should just shut up like good communists and toe the line.
Sowing the seeds of anti-Americanism by discrediting the American president was one of the main tasks of the Soviet-bloc intelligence community during the years I worked at its top levels. This same strategy is at work today, but it is regarded as bad manners to point out the Soviet parallels. For communists, only the leader counted, no matter the country, friend or foe. At home, they deified their own ruler--as to a certain extent still holds true in Russia. Abroad, they asserted that a fish starts smelling from the head, and they did everything in their power to make the head of the Free World stink.
Yes General Pacepa and it seems that you are still attempting to discredit America. You say nothing about the competency or worthiness of our current president. You do not comment about how bad this president actually stinks. We have had many presidents in my life, starting with Truman and they all were worthy adversaries of you sir and your ilk in the communist world. I'll tell you this though, this president stinks to high heaven.
Unfortunately, partisans today have taken a page from the old Soviet playbook. At the 2004 Democratic National Convention, for example, Bush critics continued our mud-slinging at America's commander in chief. One speaker, Martin O'Malley, now governor of Maryland, had earlier in the summer stated he was more worried about the actions of the Bush administration than about al Qaeda. On another occasion, retired four-star general Wesley Clark gave Michael Moore a platform to denounce the American commander in chief as a "deserter." And visitors to the national chairman of the Democratic Party had to step across a doormat depicting the American president surrounded by the words, "Give Bush the Boot."
So, America's democratic leaders and former military commanders are to be likened to communists? You obviously were trained well by your handlers and masters, you learned your lessons well and you continue to attempt to divide us.

It would be rude of me to tell you to go back where you came from so just go to hell.

Jim Martin

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Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

"I have a hard time understanding why some of our top political leaders can dare in a time of war to call our commander in chief a "liar," a "deceiver" and a "fraud."

Because he is a liar and a fraud? Just guessing.

Frankly I'm so tired of the stupidity behind the "in a time of war" defense, I'm ready to declare war on them. The first thing a would be tyrant does is to declare a war so he can do what he wants because there's a war.

Well Bush is right - there is a war and it's him against us and he's outnumbered.

1:41:00 PM  
Blogger Jim Martin said...

Damned right!

2:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is an historical fact that Abraham Lincoln was referred to as "the original gorilla," the "true missing link" and a "baboon" by General McClellan and Edwin Stanton...both in his own administration.

Where was the Soviet plot and planning in the 1860's to foster such ridicule? The truth is, politics is no sandbox, and as Harry Truman said, if you can't stand the heat get out of the kitchen.

Capt. Fogg beat me to the punch on his answer to this genius. Bush is referred to in disparaging terms because he's earned it by exihibiting an extraordinary ability to avoid candor and honesty.

Americans have a DUTY to question their "public servants." A lot of troublemakers like me actually believe the President of the United States serves at the pleasure of the people. I know that qualifies me for the booby hatch but that was what I was taught and what I believe.

4:55:00 PM  
Blogger Jim Martin said...

I had a poly sci professor ask me once if I would take arms against my own country.
I responded, quoting another that I would not fight my country, but I would fight my government in defense of my country.
To raise ones voice in dissent is truly American.

5:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

he's a typical neo con. he applies the government knows best, people are stupid ideology of the left and dresses it up in conservative colors.

1:24:00 PM  

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