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Thursday, June 07, 2007 

When Dems Attack!

After watching the media circus surrounding Arkansas GOP Chairman Dennis Milligan's unfortunate use of words when referring to the war in Iraq, we feel we must address the truth.

We all know what Dennis said: "At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing (in Iraq), and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on (Sept. 11), and the naysayers will come around very quickly to appreciate not only the commitment for President Bush, but the sacrifice that has been made by men and women to protect this country," Milligan was quoted as saying in the Sunday edition of Arkansas' statewide newspaper.

But for someone to actually infer that the Chairman of the Republican Party in the state was calling for more terrorist attacks is wrong and irresponsible. It is nothing more than a lame attempt by Democrats to use our veterans for political gain.

The fact is that VoteVets.org is just another front organization for liberal democrats who oppose the war. We have all seen how the Democrats will embrace someone like Cindy Sheehan and then dump that person the moment they are rendered no longer effective.

This is just more of the same.

Yes, Dennis Milligan should have said it differently. But the fact is that a group like VoteVets.org who runs TV ads against Republicans is hardly an objective organization. There are plenty of Democrats who voted for the war and support finishing the job, yet this liberal front group in the likes of John Kerry and Jane Fonda's vietnam veterans group is hardly credible.

But of course, the MSM is just looking for a story to help them sell newspapers and ad space...


The first part of the sentence, ending with "right thing," is a statement of belief. People might disagree, but it is difficult for them to make a word play off of it.

The rest of the sentence, however, is speculation and is completely unwarranted. The "naysayers" are not going to "come around"--ever. It is no secret. They hate Bush.

In addition, like it or not, the speaker also was trying, in that part of the sentence, to "use our veterans for political gain."

Possibly someone should explain to Dennis Milligan that politics is hard ball and that the opponents will knock a line drive with every lobbing pitch.

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