Sunday, September 30, 2007

There's Nothing to Win in Iraq by The Southern Avenger

Lindsey Graham and John McCain say that that the war has "republican" stamped all over it. If the U.S. doesn't "win" it they will be out of power, and therefore, you should support them. Lindsey Graham prefers for more Iraqi civilians to die and for more Americans to die, than for his party to loose power. He deserves to be shut up!


Saturday, September 29, 2007

Do you support amnesty for illegal immigrants? If so, don’t call the S.C. Republican Party.

Unfortunately for party officials, the phone has been ringing since anonymous signs have popped up around Columbia and other metropolitan areas.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Bush's legacy will be mistake after mistake

South Carolina is a nation. We fought wars against two empires. Lindsey Graham wants us to fight for his.

"If you want your grandchildren, their children and their children's grandchildren serving in Iraq, you should vote for Sen. Lindsey Graham and Rep. Joe Wilson and whomever the Republicans nominate for president in 2008. These Republicans are determined to keep the Bush war in Iraq going for another 50 years.

The Bush presidency is a series of mistakes."

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the 1st Amendment

The Police State is here. The League of the South has seen it coming closer and closer. There is no time left stand back and watch. If you believe in freedom of speech than get out on the streets and exercise it!

Citizens Arrested for commiting FREE SPEECH in Washington DC

"Free Speech" when Lindsey Graham speeks.

"That's not what I asked you"

Peggy Noonan wrote the following last year about a simple incident that speaks volumes. Bush talks like a thug.

The latest example of a lack of grace in Washington is the exchange between Jim Webb and President Bush at a White House Christmas party. Mr. Webb did not want to pose with the president and so didn't join the picture line. Fair enough, everyone feels silly on a picture line. Mr. Bush approached him later and asked after his son, a Marine. Mr. Webb said he'd like his son back from Iraq. Mr. Bush then, according to the Washington Post, said: "That's not what I asked you. How's your son?" Mr. Webb replied that's between him and his son.

For this Mr. Webb has been roundly criticized. And on reading the exchange I thought it had the sound of the rattling little aggressions of our day, but not on Mr. Webb's side. Imagine Lincoln saying, in such circumstances, "That's not what I asked you." Or JFK. Or Gerald Ford!

"That's not what I asked you" is a sentence straight from cable TV, from which many Americans are acquiring an attitude toward public and even private presentation.


If you desire to remain civilized, PLEASE unplug your TV. However, if you think that Bush is a decent man, it is already too late for you.


Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Lindsey "Bigots" Graham must go!

Fresh from "Bigots" Graham

Ironically South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham blurted out the truth:

"We’re playing yo-yo — political yo-yo — with people’s lives."

Graham has no shame for abusing our troops as roving targets in this asinine occupation when most Iraqis now approve of attacks on American troops.

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Lindsey "Bomb Bomb" Graham is just like John "BombBomb" McCain. Have nukes will travel.

Last week, Joe Lieberman was crushed when Gen. BetrayUs refused to embrace Lieberman's demand for war on Iran.

So did Lieberman show his respect for the Great General and give up? Absolutely not.

He called his warmongering Republican friends Jon Kyl (R-AZ), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and Norm Coleman (R-MN), and persuaded them to co-sponsor an amendment to put the entire Senate on record demanding war with Iran.

Jonathan Schwarz has the exact language:

(3) that it should be the policy of the United States to combat, contain, and roll back the violent activities and destabilizing influence inside Iraq of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran, its foreign facilitators such as Lebanese Hezbollah, and its indigenous Iraqi proxies;

(4) to support the prudent and calibrated use of all instruments of United States national power in Iraq, including diplomatic, economic, intelligence, and military instruments, in support of the policy described in paragraph (3) with respect to the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and its proxies.

Schwarz correctly adds:

If something like this passes both the House and Senate, I think Bush could legitimately argue that between it, the War Powers Act and the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations to Use Military Force, he has all the authority he needs to attack Iran.

SOUTH CAROLINA LEAGUE OF THE SOUTH | Support for old strategy raises doubts about new


Read this;

In defending President Bush's surge in his Sept. 18 column, Sen. Lindsey Graham made the following astonishing admission:"The old strategy gave us no chance to avoid defeat in Iraq."

In other words, the plan the Bush administration pursued from 2003 through 2006, the plan that Graham and other Republicans in the Congress unfailingly defended, "gave us no chance to avoid defeat."

Now Graham asks us to believe that the advocates of that doomed strategy have finally got it right, that now they have a plan for victory.

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