1. tribalecho says:

    I’m confused. You mean that you, the Peach Pundit I just found this year, are also the Redstate that’s been in my RightWatch folder for much longer?

    In any case, be careful and give our troops some hugs and stuff. Even us liberals know they’re great kids and worry for them.

  2. Mad Dog says:

    Why would two bloggers go half way?

    Ops. Around the world to gather and select evidence for a pre-conceived conclusion?

    While you’re there, gather some proof against evolution.

    You’re stated your goal very clearly. No gathering of the evidence and THEN an analysis.

    Your goal is to prove your conclusion, which has already been stated.

    WHAT A CROCK of crap!

  3. Jeff Emanuel says:

    Mad Dog, I suggest you read the last three paragraphs a little more carefully.

    Everybody there — mainstream media included — has a “preconceived” opinion. We’re just getting ours out up front, in the interest of full disclosure. But seriously, try the last three paras again — especially the part where we say that “success” isn’t sugarcoating a terrible situation. When things are bad, rest assured, they’ll be reported as being so.

  4. Mad Dog says:


    Which last three paras?

    “The military will take Victoria and Jeff around Iraq and they’ll get the word out to all of us on what’s really going on over there — no filter through the mainstream media. Victoria and Jeff will give you the unvarnished reality of what’s going on in Iraq. Jeff might even share some war stories from when he was over there fighting. Victoria is looking forward to some original commentaries on the treasures at the Baghdad Museum — you know, the ones supposedly looted that weren’t.”

  5. Mad Dog says:


    I’ve read the two links again. I see no purpose in supporting biased reporting. You’ve stated clearly your objectives. You will report “what is going right, and what may be going wrong.”

    You’ve already concluded that nothing is going wrong.

    If you would like to live with an Iraqi family without the military to protect, no body armor, and no cot, I might be able to work that out for you.

    Let me know if you want me to start on working that out for you.


    p.s. Is Victoria some sort of expert on the collection at the Baghdad Museum as of March 2003? If not, how can she, without a written inventory of pre and post invasion, know IF anything was looted?

  6. Mad Dog says:


    Why would you contradict yourself like that?

    And, if you really want the story, why not live undercover with an Iraqi family?

    Why live in the fortress to tell us about how WELL the peasants are doing during the war?


  7. Mad Dog says:


    What’s the matter, buddy?

    You don’t want to wrap yourself in the American flag and walk through the streets of Iraq to show the liberals how wrong the mainstream media gets the story on progress in Iraq?

    Sounds like you want the guided tour of the Titanic’s staterooms but not a job shoveling the coal until the cold Atlantic drowns the life out of you.


  8. Mad Dog says:


    Stop by the Vatican on your way to Iraq. The Easter message from the Pope negates the purpose for your trip.

    Unless you want to call the Pope a liar and a liberal and a Democrat.


  9. Mad Dog says:

    You might want to check out the new 500 page book by “Allawi [who] writes with authority as a member of that “new order,” having served as Iraq’s trade, defense and finance minister at various times since 2003.

    “The corroded and corrupt state of Saddam was replaced by the corroded, inefficient, incompetent and corrupt state of the new order,” Ali A. Allawi concludes.”

    Do you really think sleeping with the troops will give you superior information than Allawi?


  10. Mad Dog says:


    While you’re there … give us a head count on the number of U.S. troops.

    Is it, 135,000 plus half of 21,500 like the Pres said three months ago…

    Or, it is 180,000+?

    Let me examine it to you in terms you can understand.

    Troop surge my ass!

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