I recently heard Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., caterwauling how it has been three months since the Dec.15, 2005, Iraqi National Assembly elections and they still haven’t accomplished anything. Besides her comments being arrogant, inflammatory, politically motivated and baneful – the more appropriate question would be: “What has she done since she’s been in office?”

Feinstein has been a U.S. senator for 14 years. What has America gained from her alleged service? Apart from supporting the murder of unborn children and the genocide of blacks, homosexual marriage, undermining the Second Amendment, opposing school prayer and welfare reform, what has she done?

She, in typical liberal fashion, claimed to support the war in Iraq, only to realize she had been duped by the dumbest man in America. As “The Center for Public Policy” has reported, her claims of being misled didn’t prevent her and her billionaire investor husband, Richard Blum, from personally capitalizing on this war to the tune of tens of millions of dollars and still counting. It would seem that any moral outrage she may have had has been assuaged by personal bank accounts filled with war money. (See: “The Windfalls of War” by Bob Williams)

The liberal Democrats are like an itching dermatitis covering the body politic, causing festering and discomfort wherever they are found. Senate Democrat leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., recently called President Bush “dangerously incompetent.” As he sees it, Bush has no plan for winning the war in Iraq. But here again, Gollum offers no plan of his own, only the sepsis mantra of “Bush dumb, war bad.” Reid has repeatedly voiced his contempt for blacks, so it comes as no surprise that he attacks Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as not properly doing her job. In his mind, the only job she is qualified for is changing sheets and mopping floors.

Liberal Democrats in New Mexico have called for the president’s impeachment, because of “perceived abuses of power and corruption in [his] administration.” What a novel idea – impeach the president for “perceived” wrongdoing. They no doubt borrowed that idea from one of the foreign courts they continue to argue we should pattern our laws after – perhaps one in Venezuela or Nicaragua or Haiti. Only the fatuous minds of Democrat leadership would suggest penalties based on their definition of perceptions.

The truth is the liberal party that was founded on racism, slavery and separatism are in the process of losing their minds. On the one hand, it is hysterical to listen to their mendacious diatribes. On the other, they are a sad commentary on the landscape of human existence. They are a morose collective of impuissants who, being out of power and void of constructive ideas, rely upon ipse dixit and misrepresentations. They forget, however, that there is a written record that convicts them of their duplicity.

I have outlined the president’s shortcomings numerous times, but he cannot truthfully be castigated when it comes to this war. The person responsible for the instability in the Middle East and the spread of terrorism is the liberal’s own Jimmy Carter. For the face of the worse president in the history of America, one need go no further than Plains, Ga.

Carter brought about the instability by refusing to back his threatened show of force with action when Americans were taken hostage in Iran in 1979. By failing to take action, Carter failed the Middle East and more importantly he failed to faithfully fulfill his duties as president of the United States. Carter’s betrayal of the late shah of Iran not only left a power vacuum that was filled by the Ayatollah Khomeini, but his betrayal and failure allowed for the rise of radical Islam, which culminated in Sept. 11, 2001.

If Reid and Russ Feingold, D-Wis., were truly interested in holding someone accountable for American deaths, they would start with Carter. If investigative reporters were interested in investigative reporting, they would investigate why Carter continues to cozy up to dictators around the world. They would report that war is ugly, and that good men die participating in it. They would report on the war itself, not try to generate opposition to it.

But they will not because they cannot. All referenced here within have a vested interest in seeing the war effort fail, regardless the level of failure. The actions of the left and their minions clearly show they do not care about military loss of life, they care about using same as a tool to regain power.

They are blinded by self-righteous arrogance and elitism, not for a moment realizing radical Muslims hate them as much they hate the rest of us.

Paraphrasing Republican National Committee spokesman, Tucker Bounds – Reid, Feinstein, Feingold, Kennedy, et. al, are the figureheads of the cabal that has stood in steadfast obstruction to virtually every tool being used to keep America safe – with the mainstream media as their sycophant heralds.

The question remaining is: “Under what scenario does their behavior constitute love for America?”

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