This guy is a Subversive Traitor.
John Murtha, DEMOCRAT – hoping and praying for American defeat and humiliation in Iraq and Afghanistan is the best freind Osama Bin Laden and the Jihadists could ever hope for in Congress.
The good news and progress coming out of Iraq is simply dismissed by the man who decrees Marines in Haditha were “guilty” of mass murder despite their exhoneration in court. He makes no apologies for smearing, castigating and demeaning our troops and their mission, all for the push to gain political victory for himself and his party.
It’s time to call the dishonorable congresscritter what he is – A FAT TREASONOUS CREEP!
Our military has performed maginficently and wins engagements hands down.
Like his insistance that our Marines were mass murderers, he will continue to insist that America cannot win – and therefore – must lose.
And in his fat rotgut head – that means we have to run away like the yellow coward he himself is. It’s sad he wants to project that cowardice on our military for his own political gain.
Murtha: ‘We can’t win militarily’
By S.A. Miller
November 20, 2007
House Democrats’ point man in the war-funding showdown with the White House today dismissed U.S. military gains in Iraq and vowed to tighten the purse strings until President Bush accepts a pullout plan.
“Look at all the people that have been displaced, all the [lost] oil production, unemployment, all those type of things,” said Rep. John P. Murtha, chairman of Appropriations defense subcommittee. “We can’t win militarily.”
The Pennsylvania Democrat conceded violence was down dramatically and some normalcy restored on Iraq’s streets, but he said U.S. victory remains unattainable as long as Baghdad fails to pass national reconciliation laws.
“To change the political law, it doesn’t seem to me you need the military stability,” Mr. Murtha told reporters on Capitol Hill.
The dim view of U.S. military progress in Iraq and a resolve to force a pullout have been echoed by the two top Democrats on Capitol Hill — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California.
The funding standoff will force the Pentagon to make budget cuts at bases in the U.S. to cover the costs of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, including sending furlough notices to as many as 100,000 civilian employees, White House Press Secretary Dana Perino said.