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Author:  Sher Zieve
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Date:  August 31, 2007
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Iran Poised to Take Over Iraq

As Democrats prepare their refutations of the yet to be presented General Petraeus report on Iraq, Iran’s President Ahmadinejad is already planning his takeover of that country. In the past, Ahmadinejad has encouraged the American people to place Democrat politicians in power. Tragically, for the 2006 midterm elections, Ahmadinejad’s strategy appears to have worked and he is, again, counting on US Democrat leaders to pull the United States out of Iraq—in opposition to all recent reports from both Democrats and Republicans that the surge is working. This will allow him to seize the country. If the Democrat leadership is successful in pushing its continued and planned retreat-in-the-face-of-victory pullout from Iraq, Ahmadinejad is prepared and has already announced that he will help his US pals. He will fill the “power vacuum.”

At a recent conference in Tehran, Ahmadinejad announced: “The political power of the occupiers is collapsing rapidly. Soon, we will see a huge power vacuum in the region. Of course, we are prepared to fill the gap, with the help of neighbors and regional friends like Saudi Arabia and with the help of the Iraqi nation!” By “help of the Iraqi nation” we assume the Iranian president is referring to those Iraqi Shiites who are loyal to Iran. And by “neighbors”, Ahmadinejad may actually be referring to the US Congressional Democrat leadership. In working toward his goals, they have definitively exhibited a most neighborly attitude toward the despotic Iranian leader.

Note: A rather appalling addendum piece to this information is that while our enemies see clearly the side supported by the Democrat-run US Congress—the side of the enemies of the United States of America—too many American citizens appear to be either blind to it or could care less whether the USA survives or not. And too many Americans seem to be displaying real indications of increasingly suicidal behaviors. Isn’t it time that they were hospitalized, so that they may deal with their collective and desperate affliction?

House leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) shows once again that when Democrats’ demands of the US military are met, said demands are then changed by the Democrat Congressional leadership. This provides yet another “moving target” for our soldiers and proof that Democrats have no intention of supporting them. Hearing of the surge’s success from other Democrats—including Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI)—Ms. Pelosi angrily spat: “The purpose of the surge was to provide the Iraqis breathing room for political reconciliation and the Maliki government has utterly failed!” Ignoring his colleagues’ (those who have actually been to Iraq recently) statements that the Iraq surge is working and working well, Senate Majority leader Harry Reid (D-NV) had long ago decided that he would pay no attention—whatsoever—to General Petraeus’ report if it delivered any sort of positive message. Instead, Reid has said that ‘a new strategy must begin immediately’ and has petulantly accused the White House—not General Petraeus—of writing the upcoming Iraq report. It’s a tragic shame that SanFranNan’s tenure as House leader and Harry Reid’s many years in the US Senate haven’t seemed to help either of them achieve any understanding of military affairs. First and foremost, one engages in fighting one’s enemies in order to get rid of said enemies. After an army has rid the land/lands of those who wish to destroy and kill the rightful resident populations, the politicians can more safely become involved in the country’s affairs. Instead, however, we observe our Democrat and RINO politicians having the audacity to suggest that the Iraqi’s vote shouldn’t count and—as Sen. Joe Biden suggested—have called for the replacement of Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki. What arrogance! But, I assume that as Reid, Pelosi and Biden are all politicians they believe they are far more important and essential than is anyone else on the planet. Whew! What extraordinary egos.

The real and lasting problem is that these US politicians are making it easier for those who would destroy us to affect their goal of world domination. Our enemy’s mission could not have been executed better if the US Democrat Legislature had signed a formal contract with Ahmadinejad. Ahmadinejad knows in his being of beings that if the Democrats retain their power base, worse yet win the 2008 presidency, the end of the US will be almost complete. And it’s a pending disaster that too many US citizens don’t seem to understand or even deign to recognize. But, the enemies of our country have seen and known it for decades.,2933,294907,00.html

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Sher Zieve is a long-time syndicated columnist who generally writes columns of a politically Conservative and Constitutional nature. She also interviews notable people with an interesting and/or newsworthy story to tell. These include politicians, writers, activists and others in the news. Her work has been and continues to be carried by both national and international publications. Sher appears regularly on national talk shows.

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