Facts are stubborn things
When I debate with my friends on the left, I have to consistently remind that that, while they may be entitled to their own opinion, they are not entitled to their own facts! That said, Hugh Hewitt posted this last week.
"Facts are stubborn things." That's John Adams speaking. The Left doesn't care about facts. Facts are inconvenient to them, especially in matters of national security and politics.
Kerry/Pelosi/Murtha/Clinton/Reid/Moore/Dean --they'd rather imagine a world in which al Qaeda didn't exist, and Iran didn't want nukes. They'd rather imagine a North Korea that wasn't a treaty-breaker in 1995, than a North Korea in 1995 hell-bent on making nukes-for-sale.
They'd rather imagine a "greatest danger" in the person of George Bush than in the persons of even 1% of the Muslims on the globe who are intent on the destruction of the West.
That's why the voters have to defeat the Dems in November. The Democrats aren't serious.
They aren't candid. They aren't even familiar with the basic facts.
And facts are very stubborn things.
And the country, as a consequence, shouldn't care about the Left.
And most certainly shouldn't vote for it or its candidates.
Not much you can add to that but "AMEN"!