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It has been reported (in The ChristLast Media, I must note) that the current Pope does not like the phrase "lead us not into temptation...

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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

While I am no fan of the conservatives' favorite serial adulterer, Rush Limbaugh..

...I can smell left-fascist totalitarians when they try to silence all dissent. Just wait until Hitlery and her brown shirts re-impose Affirmative Action for Un-American Socialist Ideas in Media. [Of course they'll call it something all sunshiny and gumdropy - like "The Fairness Doctrine".]

The boys over at Investor's Busness Daily can smell 'em too.

Investor's Business Daily: Rush Limbaugh Vs. The Real Phonies

Congress: The anti-war left is trying to slime a major conservative pundit, but Rush Limbaugh was right about the left's "phony soldiers," and Kerry, Murtha, Durbin et al. have called our troops far worse.

Macbeth, in this case, is not the name of a Shakespearean tragedy, but rather the name of one of the "phony soldiers" Limbaugh spoke of in a recent radio broadcast.

Jesse Adam Macbeth was a hero of leftist blogs after he claimed in 2005 to have been awarded a Purple Heart for his service in Iraq that he said included slaughtering innocent civilians in a Fallujah mosque.

Iraq Veterans Against The War and other leftist groups trumpeted his charges as proof we were no better than Saddam Hussein.

When his true discharge papers were released, they contradicted his story. They said Macbeth was kicked out of the Army after six weeks at Fort Benning, Ga., in 2003 because of his "entry-level performance and conduct." He didn't serve in Iraq. He didn't win a Purple Heart. And neither he nor any other U.S. soldier massacred civilians in a mosque.

Like Dan Rather's phony story about George Bush and the National Guard based on documents proven to be forgeries, the anti-war left wanted Macbeth's story to be true. The motive in both cases was to slime the president and those who defend his policies.

It was Limbaugh's "phony soldiers" comment that has caused Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and others to call for the conservative commentator's head. But Reid & Co. had no problem with the Piss_On.orgy [Yep. I did it again. - F. G.] ad sliming a genuine soldier and hero who has served his country valiantly, Gen. David Petraeus.

Petraeus was the victim of the "Gen. Betray Us" ad Piss_On.orgy [And again. - F.G.] placed in the New York Times, an ad lefties in the Senate including Reid refused to vote to condemn.

While Limbaugh exposed the left's exploitation of a phony, the likes of Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., are free to slander the Marines who defended themselves against a jihadist ambush in the Iraqi town of Haditha, claiming they had "killed innocent civilians in cold blood." Sounds like the phony charges Macbeth made, doesn't it?

No one has been found guilty in the Haditha incident, and there has been no proof of innocent civilians being murdered. Several of the Marines have been found innocent as the case has unraveled. But is Murtha condemned by his colleagues or asked to apologize?

Sen. John Kerry once told Bob Schieffer on CBS' "Face the Nation" that "there is no reason that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children, you know, women ... ." This was a more modest reprise of his post-Vietnam charges that U.S. troops had raped, tortured and pillaged in the tradition of Genghis Khan.

Then there's the famous utterance by Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., after the incident at Saddam's Abu Ghraib prison: "We now learn that Saddam's torture chamber (has) reopened under new management."

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., once said of our prisoner of war camp at Guantanamo that "describing what Americans had done to prisoners under our control, you would most certainly believe this must have been done by the Nazis, Soviets in their gulags or some mad regime -- Pol Pot or others -- that had no concern for human beings."

Limbaugh's hypocritical critics aren't concerned about the demeaning of our troops in Iraq. They want to demean those who support our war on terror, whether in Iraq or the broadcast booth.

Despite their efforts, we will know the truth, and the truth will keep us free.

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