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MoveOn Scrubs ‘Betray Us’ Ad From Site

A Google search for “Betray Us” on MoveOn.org’s website now returns the following links:

That now go to:

Even though these pages were still up as late as yesterday afternoon.

And, as usual, Google has helped their radical leftwing friends re-write history by scrubbing their cache of these pages, as well.

For the record here is how their “advertisement” page used to read, from our post at the time (which was the first anywhere to highlight the ad):

Here is the text:

General Petraeus Or General Betray Us?

Cooking the Books for the White House

General Petraeus is a military man constantly at war with the facts. In 2004, just before the election, he said there was “tangible progress” in Iraq and that “Iraqi leaders are stepping forward.” And last week Petraeus, the architect of the escalation of troops in Iraq, said, “We say we have achieved progress, and we are obviously going to do everything we can to build on that progress.”

Every independent report on the ground situation in Iraq shows that the surge strategy has failed. Yet the General claims a reduction in violence. That’s because, according to the New York Times,the Pentagon has adopted a bizarre formula for keeping tabs on violence. For example, deaths by car bombs don’t count. The Washington Post reported that assassinations only count if you’re shot in the back of the head — not the front. According to the Associated Press, there have been more civilian deaths and more American soldier deaths in the past three months than in any other summer we’ve been there. We’ll hear of neighborhoods where violence has decreased. But we won’t hear that those neighborhoods have been ethnically cleansed.

Most importantly, General Petraeus will not admit what everyone knows: Iraq is mired in an unwinnable religious civil war. We may hear of a plan to withdraw a few thousand American troops. But we won’t hear what Americans are desperate to hear: a timetable for withdrawing all our troops. General Petraeus has actually said American troops will need to stay in Iraq for as long as ten years.

Today, before Congress and before the American people, General Petraeus is likely to become General Betray Us.

Somewhere in hell, that other ‘airbrush artist’ Joseph Stalin is smiling in admiration.

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, June 24th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

7 Responses to “MoveOn Scrubs ‘Betray Us’ Ad From Site”

  1. proreason says:


    U-tube will ban videos of the little emperor haranguing the General within a few days.

    And from Newsbusters, here’s a montage of the MSM declaring Obamy is brilliant for his courageous move in firing McChrystal:


    • Flession says:

      I’m already in the works of copying the video via nefarious means just in case those biased pinheads at Google continue to do Soros’ bidding.

      Probably just upload it on my Facebook or something unless Popmodal has it on there already.

  2. wterrier says:

    Wow. Just Wow. Yoemans work Steve, Yoemans work.

  3. P. Aaron says:

    Looks like MoveOn.org really wants to ‘Move On’ from their major fail.

  4. canary says:

    I can’t believe Google would erase U.S. History made by a U.S. President in regards to something as serious as a war which came about from thousands of Americans attacked on U.S. soil by a foreign country.

    Maybe Obama’s IT Czar, Kundra, also a historical first in the White House hacked into Google?

    • Flession says:

      I can, and quite easily I might add, believe it,.

      Lest you forget who stands to gain the most by the possible Net Neutrality Act, imposed on us by Soros. So obviously, helping out Soros’ pet projects would be in their best interest.

    • proreason says:

      Google is a department of the Obamy empire

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