Catherine Moy can shoot the eyes out of a rattle-snake at 50 yards. She's a wife, a mother, and a true patriot. AND--she's the best writer in the universe.
When you look up "please explain to me why I should give a rat's rear-end about Iraq" in the dictionary, Cat's explanation is right there!
...and she keeps a sharp-eye on the wingnuts from the Left.Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Retired-but-resuscitated “Peace Mom” Cindy Sheehan is one busy gal. Not only is she campaigning to oust House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, but Sheehan just hooked up with some Iraqis to launch a solidarity movement.
Sheehan is in Jordan where she met her new Iraqi friends and coordinated “mass marches” on Sept. 15 in Washington D.C. and in the Middle East. This was meant to coincide with the release of Gen. David Petraeus’ report on “the surge” of American troops in Iraq that has slowed violence in hot spots.
Sept. 15 coincides with the big rally that culminates Move America Forward’s “Fight for Victory Tour.” While Sheehan and her newfound buddies will demand that America surrenders and pull out of Iraq, Move America Forward will stand with the troops for victory.
After Sheehan is finished berating our troops and Commander in Chief, then calling for “redeployment” – which is code for surrender in Iraq – I wonder if she’ll have time to spend in the congressional district that she hopes to represent. She vowed that she would run a competitive campaign that could win. Really?
Reports: Petraeus’ “Surge” report on Sept. 11
Gen.David Petraeus may release the much-anticipated “surge” report on Sept. 11, instead of four days later, as planned earlier, according to to reports.
|This news has set some lefties into panic mode. They are bellyaching about the timing of the release. Anything that has to do with Sept.11 – the anniversary of when radical Muslim Jihadists brought war to our homeland – gets their bowels in an uproar.
Well, it’s time they grow up and face the facts: Muslim terrorists killed 3,000 innocents on American soil on Sept. 11; these same types of radicals are focusing their efforts in Iraq, though they have armies terrorizing innocents around the world, such as in Africa and the Philippines.
No matter how the left and their media cohorts in crime try, they will never force us to forget what happened on that date. People burned to death, jumped from the Twin Towers, sometimes hand-in-hand, and they woke must of us up about the fanatical hatred of the radical Muslim Jihadists.
For those of you who don’t believe they are dangerous, I invite you to put your lives on the line for peace: volunteer to act as human shields for our troops. That way you can see up close what a roadside bomb can do. Maybe then you will be able to envision one of those going off in Manhattan or downtown Atlanta.
Speaking of the Destructive Left . . .
Hollywood continues to thumb its nose at America’s war effort. Oliver Stone has stepped forward to help. But he’s offering his “talent” to help another country: Iran.
Yes, Mr. Stone wants to help Iran with its bad image, according to World Net Daily.
Well, isn’t that special? Not only is Stone un-American, he will go so far as to help a terrorist-supporting country with a dismal record of human rights’ violations. And if that’s not enough, Iran is currently engaged in training and arming the United State’s enemies in Iraq.
Stone, whose earlier request for permission to make a documentary about Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad was summarily rejected, is renewing his request, according to filmmaker Alireza Sajjadpur.
“Stone’s publicist referred to the bad image that the U.S. media has given to Islam and Islamic countries and said that the documentary could assist in countering such negative propaganda,” Sajjadpur told the Mehr News Agency.
What happened to the good old days when Hollywood actually helped the United States against its enemies, such as in World War II? Hmmm, it must be Hollywood’s pink underside showing again . . .
For the record, some brave, patriotic and prestigious actors and directors do support our troops. And I appreciate their efforts and will actually pay to see their art.