Wednesday, September 13, 2006

To Murtha: You have the right to remain stupid.

But you're definitely abusing it.

Take, for example, this:
A key Democrat in the US House of Representatives introduced a resolution on Wednesday demanding Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld resign over the conflict in Iraq. John Murtha, the ranking Democrat on the House panel for defence spending, accused Rumsfeld of misleading Americans about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, failing to properly develop post-war strategies for stabilizing the country and sending US troops into battle without proper equipment.

"For the good of the country, the United States of America must restore credibility both at home and abroad and that the first step" is "immediately effecting the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld," the proposed resolution says.

Since when, in your continuous spouting of your nonsensical, seditious rhetoric, do you know anything regarding the good of our country, Mr. Murtha?

Jack Murtha: If you want what is best for our country, I suggest you either:

  1. Stop your seditious rhetoric, and your playing judge, jury and executioner to soldiers without due process; or
  2. Resign. Today.