Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

Iraqi Minister Scolds U.N. for Inaction Regarding Hussein: “UNITED NATIONS, Dec. 16 — Iraq’s foreign minister, Hoshyar Zebari, accused the United Nations Security Council today of having failed to help rescue his country from Saddam Hussein, and he chided member states for bickering over his beleaguered country’s future.” Settling scores with the United States-led coalition […]

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

Deb Orin at the NY Post lays it out Republicans are rightly annoyed, and point out that if anything like this had happened at an event where a top Republican was present and did nothing to stop it, we’d hear no end of it between now and November. “It’s disgraceful. It’s like an Upper West […]

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

The Truth Laid Bear: President Saddam — Again? The Bear asks an interesting question: “During the buildup to the war, and since, many who opposed the war declared it an “illegal” action and a violation of international law. Now that he has been found to be alive, I’d ask this to those who considered this […]

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Dean: America Not Safer After Saddam’s Capture: “WASHINGTON — Anti-war candidate Howard Dean (search) said Monday ‘the capture of Saddam has not made America safer,’ directly contradicting President Bush and drawing the wrath of two Democratic presidential rivals.” The kindest angle that one cam come up with here is that Dean has just exposed himself […]

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

Isn’t it interesting? All the international left is leaping to the defense of Saddam…. Kofi Anon, for example, saying he doesn’t want the death penalty for Saddam….  So much concern for the idea of human life. All so very noble. So, where was this nobility, this concern for human life, as regards Saddam’s VICTIMS?

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

Yahoo! News – US official in Europe for Iraq debt talks: “The Iraqi delegation visiting Paris, led by council chairman Abdel Aziz al-Hakim, met Monday with French President Jacques Chirac and Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin, who said France may write off part of Iraq’s debt if other creditor nations agree. “ Hmmm. If these […]

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

So says a New York Post article I mentioned he wasn’t on the radar the other day. Apparently, he’s solved that issue. Anti-American idiots on parade… otherwise known as the DNC.

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., who earned headlines across the globe last year for criticizing President Bush while in Baghdad, is enmeshed in a new controversy over remarks he made about the capture of Saddam Hussein. In an interview Monday with a Seattle radio station, McDermott said the U.S. military could have found the former Iraqi […]

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

Most news orgs didn’t bother covering his speech on LA yesterday. It’s on his site of course.  I’ll get into this tonight, in some detail… but personally, I can’t find a whole bunch of difference between Mr Bush’s actual policies and the ones Dean proposed to that defense heavy crowd yesterday. I gues the real […]

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Eric Florack on December 16th, 2003

Is THIS really the picture of a foreign policy under Dean? THe caption of this pic on Dean’s website reads: . “Governor Dean was introduced by former Secretary of State Warren Christopher at The Pacific Council in Los Angeles, California” Even most Democrats find Warren Christopher pathetic! You have to wonder about the thought processes […]

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