Victory in Iraq Day–22 November 2008
November 18, 2008
Blogger Zombie has taken upon itself to do what our current President should have done.
We have enforced the UN mandate. We have deposed, tried, and executed Saddam Hussein and brought justice to his henchman. We ended Iraq’s chemical and biological weapons programs. We have exposed the mass graves. We have made it possible for a representative government to form. We have made possible free and fair elections. We have trained new Iraqi security forces. We have sent untold terrorists to their virgins. Stores are open, girls are learning, there is a future.
War’s over. We, the supporters of liberty, won, and so did the Iraqi people. Our troops have done the impossible.
Does that mean Iraq is a perfect example of parliamentary democracy? Of course not. Name a war that we won where the immediate postwar situation was all smiles and sunshine. Iraq has a long way to go, but it now has a fighting chance to get there.
In a sane world, President Bush would be organizing tickertape parades, days of thanksgiving, etc. He won’t. Mr. Obama certainly won’t.
We need to do it for them.
November 22, 2008 is Victory in Iraq Day. Celebrate it:
*Thank a vet
*Write to an Iraqi blogger to encourage him
*Give money to the USO
*Tell others about Victory in Iraq
*Tell KIDS about Victory in Iraq. You may be the only person they ever hear it from.
*Remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and for victory in Iraq
*Celebrate your OWN rights, especially those described in the Bill of Rights.