'08 Shocker: Dem Strategists Lunch Monthly to Plan America's Defeat
The advisers in charge of Iraq policy for John Edwards, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama have lunch meetings each month at a mysterious "Washington restaraunt" to trade withdrawal plans and fine-tune their terms of surrender, according to the New York Observer.
The troop-hating lunches are "presided over by former United Nations ambassador Richard Holbrooke," and generally friendly. While each candidate has a different plan for ultimately losing the Global Struggle Against Violent Extremism, they all have the same end goal of making America look weak in the eyes of the world.
The Republican candidates, on the other hand, proudly have no Iraq advisers at all, and get their foreign policy positions the patriotic way -- directly from the Defense Department.
The Iraq-eteers [NYO]