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« Dean Next DNC Chair? | WILLisms.com | Is Iraq George W. Bush's Vietnam? »

The Silence of the Donkeys.

Sunday's election in Iraq could mark the beginning of a new era in the Middle East. The stunning success of the Iraqi election has left some prominent liberals speechless, thus far.

The Washington Times, (via Powerline), notes:

"Skeptics of President Bush's attempt to bring democracy to Iraq have been largely silent since Iraqis enthusiastically turned out for Sunday's elections."

On George Soros:

'To claim that we are invading Iraq for the sake of establishing democracy is a sham, and the rest of the world sees it as such," Mr. Soros said in a Washington speech in March 2003, adding that "the trouble goes much deeper.'

'It is not merely that the Bush administration's policies may be wrong, it is that they are wrong,' Mr. Soros said in the speech. 'Because we are unquestionably the most powerful, [the Bush administration claims] we have earned the right to impose our will on the rest of the world.'

Mr. Soros' Web site (www.georgesoros.com) has no reference to the Iraqi elections. Its latest comments are in a Jan. 26 op-ed article on what Mr. Soros calls Mr. Bush's 'ambitious' second inaugural address.

'Mr. Soros has not released any statements about the elections in Iraq,' said Soros spokesman Michael Vachon. 'He has been traveling since Sunday on various foundation projects and hasn't had occasion to comment.'"


Someone needs to shake some sense in George Soros, because his heart is likely in the right place, desiring democracy for the entire world; his mind, however, is clouded by conspiracy theories and hatred for President Bush. Soros must bring himself to admit that Bush is not wantonly waging war for empire or revenge, and he must realize that Bush is nothing like Adolph Hitler.

On Jimmy Carter:

"Asked whether the Carter Center had a comment on the election, spokeswoman Kay Torrance said: 'We wouldn't have any 'yea' or 'nay' statement on Iraq.'

Mr. Carter told NBC's 'Today' show in September that he was confident the elections would not take place. 'I personally do not believe they're going to be ready for the election in January ... because there's no security there,' he said."


Iraq is fortunate the Carter Institute opted not to monitor its elections, given Carter's aptitude for overlooking major electoral fraud and eagerly blessing questionable election results. The worst president of the 20th century has unfortunately become the worst ex-president, as well.

On Michael Moore:

"There has been no comment since the Iraq elections from Mr. Moore, the Academy Award-winning filmmaker who characterized the Iraqi insurgents as 'Minutemen,' and predicted 'they will win.'

The last posting from Mr. Moore on his Web site (www.michaelmoore.com) is dated Jan. 10 and concerns 'Fahrenheit 9/11' being named best dramatic movie in the People's Choice Awards. An e-mail to Mr. Moore requesting comment was not returned.

On the day before the elections, Mr. Moore featured a link to a column in the New York Times with the headline, 'A Sinking Sensation of Parallels between Iraq and Vietnam.' On the day after the elections, Mr. Moore linked to a story in the left-wing Nation magazine titled 'Occupation Thwarts Democracy.'"


Michael Moore wants America to fail, because it would at least partially validate his bizarre anti-American, terrorist-cheering propaganda.

Coming soon, WILLisms.com will have more on the comparisons between Iraq and Vietnam.

Posted by Will Franklin · 2 February 2005 01:30 PM


I for one am very thankful Mr. Moore is silent!
He is the biggest jackass and probably very pleased to be that. After all he is a big part of the big lib. jackass party, otherwise known as the Democratic Party. I hope you will pardon the expression but they are the proud bearers of that symbol.
Why does it seem the democrats are so anti- everything that is for good?

Posted by: Linda at March 20, 2005 12:27 PM