Victory in Iraq Day

Our brother Zombie has declared today Victory in Iraq day (VI Day).

By every measure, The United States and coalition forces have conclusively defeated all enemies in Iraq, pacified the country, deposed the previous regime, successfully helped to establish a new functioning democratic government, and suppressed any lingering insurgencies. The war has come to an end. And we won.

What more indication do you need? An announcement from the outgoing Bush administration? It’s not gonna happen. An announcement from the incoming Obama administration? That’s really not gonna happen. A declaration of victory by the media? Please. Don’t make me laugh. A concession of surrender by what few remaining insurgents remain in hiding? Forget about it.

And since there will never be a ticker-tape parade down Fifth Avenue in New York for our troops, it’s up to us, the people, to arrange a virtual ticker-tape parade. An online victory celebration.

Saturday, November 22, 2008 is the day of that celebration: Victory in Iraq Day.

It’s long overdue. The political left has done everything it could to prop up the enemy and demoralize our troops, but even they cannot deny the obvious. On second thought, that’s their way of life, so scratch that. Anyway, now is their chance to show that they actually support the troops by signing on to Victory in Iraq day.

Here is a round-up of participating bloggers and some graphics you can use if you feel froggy. Join in if you’ve got the time today.

And most importantly, a big thank you to our troops. We will never be able to say thank you enough.


  1. Victory in Iraq Day?! Well, you might as well establish a Victory in Korea, Vietnam, Beirut, Somilia Day or Days too. Obama will pull out on economic reasons starting January 20th. His Presidential All-Star team will be back stabbing each other by Memorial Day weekend. There are way too many egos to be effective.

    Danny L. McDaniel
    Lafayette, Indiana

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