Thursday, April 08, 2004

Mark Steyn again on the luancy at large in the Democrat Party. He refers to the comments at the Daily Kos gloating over the deaths of the four security guards and asks what ever happened to Democrats, specifically those who used to support national security issues:

That kind of Democrat has all but vanished from view. In the past two and a half years, a virus has advanced through the party. It’s easy to dismiss the fellows at Democratic Underground (another site linked to by John Kerry), where the desecrated bodies had the loony Left high-fiving: ‘Death to ALL mercenaries. The beer is on me.’ But then you go back to the senator’s page and below the announcement deploring Mr Zuniga’s ‘unacceptable statement’ are hundreds of comments from Kerry supporters denouncing their man for being such a gutless wimp as to distance himself from the Screw-The-Dead-Mercenaries approach. ‘Greed is Irak’s most vicious enemy, and sensorship is America’s most vicious anemy at this hour in history,’ warns Barbara Curbelo Cusack, who writes like a middle-school teacher. ‘Go home and wash the piss out of your trousers,’ sneers Meyer from St Pete. ‘Howard Dean helped you get a spine.’ More pertinently, K.M. Thurman asks Kerry what he’s going to do with the $48,500 he raised through the Daily Kos site.


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