Appeaser, Amateur, Naive, In Over His Head, Traitor. Those who forget the past (or didn't pay attention in history class) are condemned to repeat it.
Representative Munchkin, aka Dennis Kucinich, followed in the footsteps of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and spent some time
on "Mornings with Bashar" revealing his sensitive, feminine side to the Syrian dictator. "It's all our fault...we are horrible, we're wrong. You're the best" implied
the Munchkin who would be our president. What a girly-man. He wins Neville's Lifetime Achievement Appeasement Award. We don't hand out the Lifetime award lightly. Too bad we don't have one for demonstrating complete stupidity.
This clown, who openly flirted with outright treason in Damascus, should have been arrested the moment he stepped back on U.S. soil.
It's getting downright bizarre as elected Democrat after Democrat ratchet's up the antiwar rhetoric to appease George Soros and
MoveOn.org. If they don't spout the extreme left party line money will dry up and they will be smeared in the lib blogs. We at the Neville Awards
call this blackmail.
Herewith the Kucinich anti-U.S. screed:
From World Net Daily -- 9/6/2007
After praising Syria following a meeting in Damascus with President Bashar Assad, Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich declared he will not visit troops in Iraq during his Middle East tour because he considers the American military presence in Iraq to be illegal.
"I feel the United States is engaging in an illegal occupation ... I don't want to bless that occupation with my presence," Kucinich said in Lebanon, according to the Associated Press. "I will not do it."
The Ohio congressman accused the Bush administration of destabilizing the Middle East and praised Syria for receiving Iraqi refugees.
"What most people are not aware of is that Syria has taken in more than 1.5 million Iraqi refugees," Kucinich said, according to the AP. "The Syrian government has actually shown a lot of compassion in keeping its doors open and being a host for so many refugees."
Kucinich said Assad was receptive to his ideas of "strength through peace."
The Democratic lawmaker plans to ask U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to respond to "dire conditions in southern Lebanon.
He pointed in particular to Israeli cluster bombs remaining from the 2006 war with Hezbollah that have killed more than 30 and injured at least 200 since the end of the conflict.
As WND reported in April, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Syria to meet with Assad was lauded by terrorist leaders in the region as "brave" and "very appreciated."
Syria openly hosts top leaders of Palestinian terror organizations, including Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
At a press conference after her April meeting, Pelosi said that during her talks with Assad she "determined that the road to Damascus is the road to peace."
"We came in friendship, hope," she said.
Israel says Syria, which signed a military alliance with Iran, has allowed large quantities of weapons to be transported from its borders to the Lebanese-based Hezbollah militia. Damascus has been accused of supporting the insurgency against U.S. troops in Iraq, generating unrest in Lebanon and has been widely blamed for the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
President Bush has criticized visits by Pelosi and other lawmakers, saying they sent "mixed messages" to the region and undermine U.S. policy.
"Photo opportunities and/or meetings with President Assad lead the Assad government to believe they're part of the mainstream of the international community," Bush told reporters in Washington after Pelosi's April visit. "In fact, they're a state sponsor of terror."
US Democratic presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich, on a Mideast visit that included a stop in Syria, said the country lambasted by the Bush administration deserves credit for taking in more than a million Iraqi refugees
Kucinich, a strong anti-war opponent who trails far in the US presidential polls, also said he won't visit Iraq on his trip to the region because he considers the US military deployment there illegal.
I feel the United States is engaging in an illegal occupation ... I don't want to bless that occupation with my presence," he said in an interview in Lebanon, after visiting Syria. "I will not do it."
Kucinich, who accused the Bush administration of policies that have destabilized the Mideast, met with Syrian President Bashar Assad during his visit to Damascus. He said Assad was receptive to his ideas of "strength through peace."
He also praised Syria for taking in Iraqi refugees.
"What most people are not aware of is that Syria has taken in more than 1.5 million Iraqi refugees," Kucinich said. "The Syrian government has actually shown a lot of compassion in keeping its doors open, and being a host for so many refugees."
Kucinich said he would ask UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to follow up on the "dire conditions" in southern Lebanon, especially Israeli cluster bombs leftover from the war that have killed more than 30 and injured at least 200 since the fighting's end.
"There has to be a commitment to cleaning up these cluster bombs," Kucinich said.
What do you think Harry Truman and Franklin Roosevelt are thinking right now?
This man who goes to Syria to sympathize with genocidal murderers, who also help kill americans, is there to criticize the USA for selfish partisan reasons.
Dennis Kucinich is running for president of the United States.