Monday, January 31, 2005

Ballot is mightier than the IED

The people in the world who look at the Iraqi's dancing in the street with distain all have something in common. The terrorist because they were shown that the Ballot is mighter than the IED, dictators because they are starting to feel that cold sweat run down their back as their people see what is going on in Iraq, and Democrats.

Fresh off his defeat in American elections, Kerry warned that the vote should not be "overhyped". Ask a survivor of Saddam's regime, who is voting for the first time in 50 years if there is reason to overhype this historic moment. Kerry also stated "...this is the last chance for the president to get it right". Well screw you John Kerry, America got it right on November 2nd. It was good to see, the largely irrelevant, democrats scrambling for a soundbite yesterday, it was like November 3rd all over again. Most donks did the right thing and distanced themselves from the absurd statements made by Abu-Al Ted Kennedy, but still managed to marginalize themselves even more (if possible) by their statements. The democrats tried to bally-hoo the elections citing a Sunni boycott. Boycotting an election is about as smart as bringing a one-legged man to an ass kicking contest, enjoy the minority. The majority voted and unveiled a budding democracy that was unthinkable a few years ago. It will be interesting to see if this "fire" starts in other areas where people long to be free.