From the Philadelphia Inquirer comes the results of this year’s Mummers Parade.
String Bands Division
1. Fralinger… 94.500
2. Quaker City… 93.875
3. South Philadelphia… 88.750
(tie) Ferko… 88.750
5. Avalon… 86.500
6. Uptown… 85.750
7. Woodland… 84.875
8. Hegeman… 81.500
9. Greater Kensington… 77.625
10. Polish American… 74.625 Continue reading 2007 Mummers Parade Results
Who’s fighting a war, and who isn’t?Â The ’06 campaign was all about the difference between winning in Iraq and leaving before winning.Â The Right was chastised for calling the Left’s position in Iraq as cut and run.Â It was unfair because that is not what it was, they said.Â Matter of fact,Â even through the election we still didn’t know what their position was.Â But now we know.Â Its cut and run.
“Our troops and the American people have already sacrificed a great deal for the future of Iraq,” the letter from Reid and Pelosi said.
Â “After nearly four years of combat, tens of thousands of U.S. casualties, and over $300 billion dollars, it is time to bring the war to a close.”
A more clear example cannot be made, that the democrat party does not get in the slightest that the Iraq war is but a front in the war on terror, than their own words.
Be on the lookout for a MSMÂ headline, ‘They do want to cut and run.’Â Just don’t hold your breath.
What better way to start the year off than with this? “3,000 Deaths in Iraq, Countless Tears at Home.”
Mayor Koch had a few good words to say about President Bush concerning the war on terror.Â He also puts the war in aÂ perspective that is not only true, but, unfortunately, new to those presidential hopefuls on the left.
These dreamers naively believe that if we feed the wolves what they demand, they will go away. But that won’t happen.
But first, some unfinished business in that culture of corruption thing. About incoming Ethics Committee Chairman John Conyers (D-MI). Notice how (or if) it gets mentioned in the MSM. More at Michelle Malkin.
Three reservations at Club Gitmo pending, the three are Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan and Abu Taha al-Sudani, thought to be in Somalia.
Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi said three al-Qaeda suspects wanted in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in east Africa that killed more than 250 people were hiding in Kismayo. The three are Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan and Abu Taha al-Sudani.
Islamic leaders had vowed to make a stand against Ethiopia, which has one of the largest armies in Africa, or to begin an Iraq-style guerrilla war.