From the USA Today in an article titled “Army, citing strain, calls for reduced combat tour” we get these terrific statements from the moonbats…

Anti-war activists say they believe Americans are increasingly aware of the economic burden that the Iraq war has caused. This election season, they say, voters will blame Republicans for supporting the war at a time of rising health care and college costs and in the midst of a mortgage foreclosure crisis.

Uh yeah. So…you’re mad ’cause our country has prioritized the welfare and lives of millions of people over your desire to sit on your butt “studying” in college while getting free health care and not contributing (except in methane production I suppose) to our society? Get a job, pay some taxes, contribute, and then we’ll talk.

“Leaders who do not recognize this connection will be at a disadvantage come election day,” said Jeff Blum, director of USAction, which plans to spend $10 million this year on organizing a grass-roots effort against Republican candidates., another anti-war group, says it will spend at least $5 million targeting congressional seats, including Republican Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, John Sununu of New Hampshire, Norm Coleman of Minnesota and McConnell of Kentucky.

Brad Woodhouse, head of Americans United for Change, estimates his group will spend about $8.5 million, focusing primarily on political advertisements.

Yeah – this Brad Woodhouse is the idiot whose organization planned to spend 8.5 mil against President Bush to “make sure President Bush’s public approval doesn’t improve as his days in the White House come to an end.” Michelle Malkin has the dirt on these playas. What a bunch of whiners.