For what it is worth I have been getting conflicting feed back today as usual and after a great conversation with our friend Brother Tim atBlog of Revelation and my usual line that we are living a lie and this manufactured mess will soo0n get a lot worse as you may have read yesterday resulting in a planned Declaration of Martial Law, I now have to put this and the election in the "For what it is worth" category.
As you may have watched The independent group, VoteVets, will begin running a new television ad this week that features an Iraq war veteran who asserts that if elected, Senator John McCain “would occupy Iraq indefinitely,” against the wishes of the Iraqi people. The veteran, Brandon Woods of New York, says in the ad: “What did we fight for in Iraq? I have some idea. I fought in Operation Iraqi Freedom. And ‘freedom’ means when the Iraqi people and their Prime Minister ask us to make a plan to leave, we do.” In a statement the chairman of VoteVets, Jon Soltz – also an Iraq war veteran – noted that Mr. McCain once said that the United States should pull troops out of Iraq if asked to do so by the Iraqis.
“Senator McCain now either has to back off his refusal to set a plan to leave Iraq, as Prime Minister Maliki requested, or tell the American and Iraqi people why he would overrule Iraq’s government and make our troops into an indefinite occupying force,” Mr. Soltz said. He also expressed support for Senator Barack Obama’s plan to redeploy troops from Iraq to Afghanistan. The 30-second spot will go on the air across the country on CNN and MSNBC starting on Friday through most of next week. The group is spending $100,000 to broadcast the ads.
* Responding to the ad, Republican National Committee spokesman Alex Conant released the following statement: “Barack Obama voted against funding for the very troops this ad claims to represent. By continuing to oppose the surge strategy and rejecting the advice of General David Petraeus, Obama is putting political expedience ahead of victory,” Mr. Conant said. “Rather than attacking John McCain for listening to General Petraeus, this group should ask why Obama lacked the strength to stand up for our troops during a time of war.” And the independent group, Vets for Freedom, which has mounted a $1.5 million advertising and grassroots campaign making the case for a continued American troop presence in Iraq, also directed criticism today at Mr. Obama, who has been on an overseas tour of Iraq, Afghanistan, the Middle East and Europe. Vets for Freedom Chairman Pete Hegseth said in a statement that Mr. Obama supports a “a dangerous policy of irreversible withdrawal.” “In formulating his Iraq policy, Senator Obama seems to value ideological consistency above military victory,” Mr. Hegseth added. Iraq Veteran takes on Bush in new Ad
* What the hell is it worth? While McCain continues to lie about Obama wanting to lose the war and lie about everything Obama says he goes on CNN and agrees with Obama! John McCain said Friday he thinks Barack Obama’s proposed timetable for withdrawal in Iraq is on the right track, even though the Arizona senator spent the last week hammering Obama for his military plans. Obama calls for a 16-month troop withdrawal timetable, something McCain called “politically expedient” during a forum in Denver, Colo., Friday.
But then in an interview with CNN, McCain had kind words. “I think it’s a pretty good timetable, as we should — or horizons for withdrawal,” he added, echoing a phrase President Bush used in recent days. “But they have to be based on conditions on the ground.” McCain has long maintained that conditions on the ground are a key consideration in any withdrawal of American troops. And he has argued that Obama would withdraw troops based on his timetable without regard to conditions in Iraq, although Obama says he would listen to U.S. military commanders about those conditions. Obama, who is wrapping up his week long tour of the Middle East and Europe, said in London that “we are pleased to see that there has been some convergence around proposals that we’ve been making for a year-and-a-half.” McCain praises Obama for Iraq timetable
What the hell? You know how I feel that we are living a lie and lying is the new truth and this is all about to come to a head in this manufactured financial collapse resulting in Martial law as discussed yesterday and us being totally controlled so I have to ask, what is it all worth? I still can't wake up the right people as to our dire position but will continue to try. I will continue to say, we are not conspiracy theorists just realists who see the real conspiracy of our destruction and that of the world as we know it! As this facade is coming to a head this fall I say again be prepared and stay together we will get through this together!