Daily Wisdom

January 09, 2007

My Apologies

Hello Viewers! My apologies for a dull, boring experience here at the "View" lately. I've been so busy posting daily reports over at "Victory Against Terror", that I've been remiss in my duties here as a neo-con, right-wing-conspiracy nut-case, routinely slamming the looney, liberal, moonbat, kool-aid drinkers on the left!

Don't get me wrong. I'm glad to have had so many great stories to report on about our successes in the War On Terror all over the world! In fact, I'm actually surprised at how many good stories there are out there (most of which don't get a lot of play in the MSM).

Unfortunately, it hasn't left me much time to bash the libs. (AWW SHUCKS!) To make matters worse, I'll be travelling on business for a few days and probably won't be posting anything, anywhere, for a few days. For those who are interested, I'm going out to "Mitch-chee-gon"! (Sorry Libby... couldn't resist). I will be in the vicinity of the Kalamazoo-Battle Creek airport. Therefore, all Michigonians(?) are hereby requested to tell me exactly how close I came to actually visiting them.

BTW, I've been getting repeated bounce-back from Beerme's E-mail address. Does anybody know anything about that? Send me an E-mail if you have info.

Hope to be back on line by Sunday. I will try to post something worthwhile then. In the meantime, let me leave you with this...

President Bush will announce his new tactics in Iraq tomorrow. I use that word "tactics" for a reason. I don't believe GW will change his "strategy" (or "strategery", as some quote him). The word strategy implies "big picture". GW's big picture is to WIN, plain and simple. He wants to beat the terrorists. He wants victory. He wants success. He wants a democratic Iraq where Iraqis live in freedom and in harmony. He envisions an Iraq that is a future U.S. ally. Just as Germany and Japan were once our enemies, but are now friends... so he envisions Iraq someday.

The last thing that GWB wants is to retreat and surrender Iraq to the terrorists... or to the insurgents... or to Moqtada al-Sadr... or to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. GWB will not declare defeat just because Nancy Pelosi, or Jack Murtha, or Ted Kennedy, or Dick Durbin, or Barack Hussein Obama want to run up the white flag. When the going gets tough... GWB gets tougher. At least, that's what I believe.

Unlike many of his "colleagues" on the other side of the aisle, GWB has a spine. I believe it has stiffened in recent days. And I believe we will hear a great message tomorrow.

God Bless America. God Bless the President of the United States. God Bless Iraq. And God Bless all my friends in cyberland (you know who you are!).

Oh, and by the way... thanks for "Viewing"!

21 Comments:

At 1/10/2007 12:35 AM , Blogger camojack said...

"...all Michigonians(?) are hereby requested to tell me exactly how close I came to actually visiting them."

I think the proper term is "Michiganders"...

 
At 1/10/2007 5:44 AM , Blogger MargeinMI said...

Yes, that would be Michiganders, or Michiganians. Sorry Hawkeye, Kalamazoo is still a 3 hour drive from me. :0(

I cruised by VAT yesterday and was pleasantly surprised to see the number of successes the good guys are having. Globally. Thanks for rounding up all that good news for us!

Have a safe trip!

 
At 1/10/2007 9:13 AM , Blogger onlineanalyst said...

I don't stop by as often as I could/should even though your posts are often the pause that refreshes.

Have a great trip!

 
At 1/10/2007 9:21 AM , Blogger Maggie said...

Apologize???
In the words of Mickey Blue Eyes,
"Fa git about it".
We love you Hawkeye and appreciate you.It the holidays ,for goodness sake, and also flu and 'Ich' season.We have all been busy with our own sometimes impossible schedules.
Have a great trip and see you soon.

 
At 1/10/2007 9:39 AM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Camo,
Thanks for the correction. I knew I didn't have it right.

 
At 1/10/2007 9:41 AM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Marge,
Well, in a way that's good, because if I found out you were around the corner I would have felt bad.

(:D) Regards...

 
At 1/10/2007 9:46 AM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

OLA,
Thanks for the kind words.

 
At 1/10/2007 9:47 AM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Maggie,
It's good to be loved. Thank you. I love all "youse guys" too.

(:D) Regards

 
At 1/10/2007 9:48 AM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

To all,
Thanks for your well-wishes. Will be back soon, God-willing.

(:D)

 
At 1/10/2007 11:45 AM , Anonymous Barb said...

If the correct term is "Michigander", would that mean a female from Michigan is a "Michigoose"? Or as Beerme might put it ,"What's sauce for the Michigoose ,is Beer to the Michigander!"
You will still be quite a ways from me ,unless you can swim REAL good ...and like cold water.

 
At 1/10/2007 3:01 PM , Blogger The trotting Possum said...

I tried. Posted a comment about marrying a girl from Michigan, and something about an AC-130. Nothing made it, Google™ ate it.

 
At 1/10/2007 6:25 PM , Blogger Beerme said...

Rumors of my disappearance are woefully premature!
I've been getting plenty of emails (in fact I got this one announcing this post!), so I don't know what's up with the bounce-back...

Oh, and a Michigoose is something that might cause a Michigander to spill his beer! We wants none o' that!

 
At 1/10/2007 6:56 PM , Anonymous mig said...

Hey it's Beerme!

 
At 1/10/2007 9:22 PM , Anonymous west coast liberal said...

Look who is the one drinking the Kool-Aid? NOT YOU, cos you are clearly smoking crack instead.

This past Sunday, Sen Graham said that the US is LOSING the war on terror. Colin Powell has said that America is "not winning", which simply translates into losing. Bob Novak reports that the attempt to increase troops will get no more than 20 YES votes from the 49 REPUBLICANS in congress.

Success in war on terror my ass... America's war on terror is nothing but a pathetic attempt to showcase its military might without actually achieving any substantive results.

As far as those who have no spine, please add the names of Republican Senators Coleman, Voinovich and Brownback to the list, which includes Lugar, Hagel, Snowe and prob Specter as well.

Your post is nothing but a lame ass attempt to malign Democrats when anyone who pays attention to the news will be able to figure out how many Republican senators have ditched Bush on Iraq

 
At 1/12/2007 1:03 PM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Barb,
Sorry! Failure on both counts... I don't swim "well", and I don't like cold water... sigh!

 
At 1/12/2007 1:05 PM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Possum,
BUMMER man!

 
At 1/12/2007 1:07 PM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Beerme,
Good to hear from ya! I was getting concerned. I don't understand the bounce-backs either... strange goings on in cyberland!

(:D) Regards...

 
At 1/12/2007 1:18 PM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

WCL,
Well, I don't know about smoking crack, but I'm forced to agree with you that there are some pretty lame Republican senators out there.

As far as voting goes, the President is the Commander-In-Chief, and he decides how wars should be prosecuted... not the Congress. The Congress can take away funding if they really don't like what he's doing, but they can't tell him what to do.

Hey listen... if you don't like the guy, don't re-elect him in 2008. OK? Give the guy a break. At least he acts on his principles and beliefs, unlike those politicians who are swayed by every breeze in the poll numbers. And besides... even if he did everything the polls suggested, the media (and you no doubt) would STILL bash the guy (ABS-ridden as you are).

 
At 1/12/2007 11:23 PM , Anonymous west coast liberal said...

Yes, I agree that Congress does not have the legislative branch does not have the constitutional right to tell the executive branch what to do in terms of war tactics and troop levels.

Give the guy a break because he acts on his principles and beliefs?? are you kidding me?

Bush's principles and beliefs are leading America into the dark ages. What's the point of respecting someone's firm commitment to his beliefs when those beliefs are either flat out ludicrous, OR are founded on ridiculous premises?

Bush has NO credibility. He has consistently played politics with this war.

Generals Abizaid, Casey and Shinseki have all been replaced because he did not like what they said. Shinseki actually advocated a more conservative stance, i.e. 200,000+ troops but Bush refused to listen and instead relied on his own and Dick Cheney's extensive military experience to conclude that this war could be won on the cheap.

Yes, I do also agree that even if Bush does exactly what the polls suggest, he will still be bashed by the media. The reason is cos Iraq is in SUCH A DEEP MESS that at this stage, there is NO SOLUTION for it and he deserves the blame for screwing this thing up.

Democrats have NO plan for Iraq and are trying to deflect attention from that by shining the spotlight on Bush for the catastrophe in Iraq.

Republicans have NO plan for Iraq but are trying to fake like they have one.

Get real. if Iraq is not already lost, it is certainly a few feet away from that.

Last but not least, the number of Republican senators who either oppose the surge or have cast doubts on the effectiveness of it is now in double digits. Bob Novak, a conservative wing nut himself, has made a count and concluded that Bush's plan for a surge will get the support of no more than 19 or 20 REPUBLICAN senators.

Seriously, you must be delusional if you think that Republicans in congress are gonna go along with Bush on Iraq for long.

 
At 1/13/2007 2:25 AM , Anonymous west coast liberal said...

Hawkeye and the rest of the delusional crowd on this blog,

Please read the following article.

http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2006/12/neocons200612

WARNING: You might get a heart attack after reading this because you will learn that, contrary to what Fox News reports daily about the Democrats unfairly criticizing Bush on Iraq, the protagonists of this war share an opinion that is not too different from that of the Dems.

 
At 1/13/2007 2:25 AM , Anonymous west coast liberal said...

Hawkeye and the rest of the delusional crowd on this blog,

Please read the following article.

http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2006/12/neocons200612

WARNING: You might get a heart attack after reading this because you will learn that, contrary to what Fox News reports daily about the Democrats unfairly criticizing Bush on Iraq, the protagonists of this war share an opinion that is not too different from that of the Dems.

 

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