Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Biden is Right - We WIll Be Attacked Again

I want to remind all of you when Barack Obama gave us a glance into his thinking on how to handle terrorism. "What we know, is that, in previous terrorist attacks -- for example, the first attack against the World Trade Center -- we were able to arrest those responsible, put them on trial. They are currently in U.S. prisons, incapacitated” (Barack Obama, June 16, 2008). He applauded Clinton’s policy of handling terrorism as a law enforcement issue! He thinks this was a successful strategy. Incredibly scary stuff.

Obama’s statements here have considerable inaccuracies. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, a major financier of the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing, was not apprehended and went on to be the major architect of 9/11. Great job Bill. There were also other members of the group who were never brought to justice. One went on to Iraq where Saddam Hussein’s regime shielded him. Take some time and do a little research here and get informed. The policy of treating terrorist acts as a law enforcement issue is a major failed policy of the Clinton administration and now Obama is going back to it.

I am appalled that Obama feels that Clinton handled the first World Trade Center bombing in anything other than a disastrous way. Al Qaeda is a terrorist organization. These people kill themselves under the illusion that God has promised them sex in the afterlife. Yes, these people believe God will reward them with sex from 72 virgins for killing innocent men, women, and children. The whole concept of a terrorist organization is that the death or capture of any one individual has minimal effect on the group’s operations. For goodness sake, can democrats learn nothing from 9/11. They failed in 1993, we arrested and sentenced most of the “perpetrators,” and we succeeded in…nothing. The trade centers go down on 9/11 along with over 2,000 American lives.

Clinton was an absolute disaster as the President of the United States responsible for the safety of its citizens. Congratulations America, Obama is going to arrest “perpetrators” and give them access to the courts. Of course, you don’t have a perpetrator until a crime has been committed. Take comfort in knowing that if you are your loved ones are killed in a terrorist act, Obama will not rest until the people responsible are sentenced to life in prison; that is if they don’t get off on a technicality.

Today, a pentagon report informs us that sixty-one of the terrorists released from Guantanamo Bay have reverted back to terrorists activities. Why were they released? Because of legal action taken by liberals. Good job liberals. Among the terrorists that Obama will have to decide what to do with is Mohammed al-Qahtani, the 20th hijacker. He was allegedly “tortured,” and so he can’t be tried in court. By “torture,” liberals mean this terrorist had to wear underwear on his head, have dogs bark at him, be seen naked by a woman, listen to loud music, and suffer sleep deprivation. My neighbor’s dog barks all day in the backyard, I am subject to annoying sub woofer bass sounds that feel like aftershocks from an earthquake from some punks 1997 Toyota Camry with a giant spoiler, my job constantly deprived me of sleep, and many today would like nothing more than to find a woman willing to see them naked. According to liberals, I am being tortured as well. Good job liberals.

Osama Bin Laden asks a question today in his latest death to the infidels recording that should give us all pause. He asks if the United States will remain capable of fighting him [terrorism] after Bush? Based on what Obama has said, I don’t think so.

Just as a healthy reminder of other disastrous national security policy changes Obama has promised, see the Obama ad below.


Anonymous said...

You know, I tended to agree with Obama's position before I read this. Now I'm kind of leaning your way. Moreover, I'm dismayed by what I view as media attempts to portray the Israelis as the bad guys for going after Hammas. No dice, I'm rooting for the good guys.

Btw, that bit about torture was really funny. You have the makings of a great columnist. If I were you I'd use my real name, maybe build a reputation on the web. You put a lot of thought into your work, why not get some credit? I've found in my own experience that using an alias is generally best but that shouldn't be a problem for you because your work is a lot like something you might find in a newspaper or magazine.

Bryan said...

Thank you. Far too kind.