Burglar appointee fired for leaking top CIA secrets.
McCarthy is a traitor and belongs IN JAIL.
of my fellow Democrats are
motto of today's reactionary left ought to be
enemy of my country is my friend'."
TO TRUST DICTATORS
the "most trusted" Democrats with top security clearances are, if not deliberate
traitors, too stupid to keep secrets.
roots of anti-Americanism
to anti-American rhetoric on college campuses
by Jean Francois Revel
Idiots: How Liberals Got It Wrong in the Cold War and Still Blame America
First by Mona Charen
to talk to anti-Americans
|"The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has published a report
that makes one wonder if they know who really is the enemy. ... In both
houses of the U.S. Congress the committees and sub-committees which used
to concern themselves with threats to national security by alien and subversive
groups have been closed down. There is, however, a Senate Committee
to ride herd on our intelligence gathering agencies to see that they number
one, operate lawfully, and number two, effectively. So far they've
only concerned themselves with number one."
Reagan, June 15, 1977
"In a very real sense, the reason September eleven of '01 happened
is because right behind me about five blocks the Frank Church committee
hearings in the early 1970's and the Carter administration later in the
1970's largely destroyed the CIA's operations directorate." -- Tom Clancy
on Kudlow and Cramer, 9/2/03
"Actually you can trace our failures in stopping global terror all the
way back to Jimmy Carter and Democratic Senator Frank Church." -- Neal
"America's national security is the lowest priority on the Democratic
Party agenda." -- David
See: "The Democratic Party is dominated by
people who do not believe America is worth fighting for, do not support
our troops and see enemies only in the White House."
"I am so old that I can remember a Democrat ...
say of our enemies:
dare not tempt them with weakness.'.” --
"The New York Times: It Just Can’t Stop Hating Success and the American
Way of Life" -- Dr.
|“It was a useful discussion with many useful tributaries and give and
take with the audience and we all felt better for it. That is right up
until the very last moment when, after someone brought up the question
of the whether the Democrats will be able to present an effective alternative
to Bush in the next election, Joe Klein shouted out, ‘Well they won’t if
their message is that they hate America -- which is what has been the message
of the liberal wing of the party for the past twenty years.’” -- The
Nation’s Eric Alterman, allegedly misquoting Time's Joe Klein
only verrrry slightly, followed at length by Katrina Vanden Heuvel saying,
“I'm not sure exactly what Joe Klein is smoking these days when he writes
that ‘many writers at The Nation’ are part of ‘the hate America
tendency of the [Democratic party's] left wing.’” -- all HERE
as a Democrat, you don't want anything
nice to happen to the Republicans, and you don't want them to have progress.
But as an American, you hope good things would happen. I think the way
to look at it is, they can't credit for every good thing that happens
... It's scary for Democrats, I have to say. ... there's still Iran
and North Korea, don't forget. There's hope for the rest of us. ...
There's always hope that this [spread of liberty around the world]
might not work." -- former Clinton National Security Council member
Nancy Soderberg, HERE.
|"The problem for the Democrats is that a significant number of their
voters are far more passionate about their party's enemies than their country's."
-- Vic Irish
"...before my son was killed, I would have taken him to Canada.
I would never have let him go and try and defend this morally repugnant
system we have." -- Cindy Sheehan, here
"I'm leaving the left -- more precisely, the American cultural
left and what it has become during our time together. ... My estrangement
hasn't happened overnight. Out of the corner of my eye I watched what was
coming for more than three decades, yet refused to truly see. Now it's
all too obvious. Leading voices in America's 'peace' movement are
actually cheering against self- determination for a long-suffering Third
World country because they hate George W. Bush more than they love freedom."
-- Keith Thompson, San Francisco Chronicle, May 22, 2005