See Assad’s Speaker (Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Syria is part of a larger problem) By Eric Cantor:
"The Speaker and many of her Democratic allies have become so drunk with grandiose visions of deposing Bush that they break bread with terrorists and enemies of the United States.
What she fails to see is that it is in Syria’s interest to destabilize Lebanon and Iraq.
By weakening the United States and its allies in Iraq and Lebanon, Syria has a greater chance to regain power in the region and distract the international community from the 2005 assassination of anti-Syrian Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
The Speaker’s words and actions carry consequences for U.S. policy, and they certainly did our allies no favors last week.
Instead of standing united with the president and Congress against the Syrian menace, Mrs. Pelosi chose to needlessly divide us.
President Assad, now with a green light to continue to sew discord in the region, probably still hasn’t stopped laughing."
Pelosi's thesis is that everything is Bush's fault.
See Pelosi's Proposition: Bush is the Problem By Michael Barone:
"They don't hate us just because the Republican Congress didn't raise the minimum wage or because George W. Bush has a stubborn streak and speaks with a West Texas accent.
They hate us because of our freedoms and because we have worked to export those freedoms around the world.
Friendship, hope and a determination to be on the road to peace are not enough to protect us in this world.
A speedy exit from Iraq might make many Americans less unsettled while watching cable news -- for a while.
But it wouldn't make us safer.
It will just leave us more likely to face the kind of surprise we had on Sept. 11, 2001."
It's time for Pelosi & Dems to get serious and see our real enemies. Also, it would not hurt if the Dems would govern and provide solutions to our problems.
So far, it's all sound bites that rhyme with "I hate Bush"!