Let's Not Give In To the Quitters, Losers, Traitors
'General George S. Patton' Reminds Us Why We Fight
Look What the Feckless Democrats Have Planned:
*Murtha Pushes 'Big Time' Sept. Iraq Withdrawal Plan
A leading House Iraq war critic said Wednesday he'll soon push legislation that would order U.S. troop withdrawals to begin in two months and predicted Republicans will swing behind it this time.
A vote on Rep. John Murrtha's proposal likely will come in September, when Iraq commander Gen. David Petraeus delivers a long-anticipated assessment on the war and members of Congress weigh some $600 billion in defense spending requested by President Bush.
*Hollywood Times Movie Release To Help Murtha
Now some in Hollywood want moviegoers to decide if the killing is emblematic of a war gone bad, part of a new and perhaps risky willingness in the entertainment business to push even the touchiest debates about post-9/11 security, Iraq and the troops’ status from the confines of documentaries into the realm of mainstream political drama.
On Sept. 14, Warner Independent Pictures expects to release “In the Valley of Elah,”a drama inspired by the Davis murder, written and directed by Paul Haggis, whose “Crash” won the Academy Award for best picture in 2006. The film stars Tommy Lee Jones as a retired veteran who defies Army bureaucrats and local officials in a search for his son’s killers. In one of the movie’s defining images, the American flag is flown upside down in the heartland, the signal of extreme distress.
One way or the other, through media coverage, public support, lies, propaganda, or out-'n'-out calumny, the Democrat party and it's hangers-on are going to try and force General Petraeus--and America--to lose.