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Thursday, April 22, 2004

Saudi's suffer at the hands of monsters they have created

For decades Saudi Arabia has been a Wahhabist Monarchy. It's ties to Wahhabism are rooted in centuries of tradition. This form of Islam is based on a literal translation of the Koran. This requires the belief that non-Moslems and even other Moslem sects are infidels and therefore mortal enemies to be destroyed.

This government teaches death to Jews and Christians as official state curriculum in Madrassas and Mosques from Dammam to Detroit. This is in direct conflict with Saudi's paradoxical position as Americas best and strongest Arabian ally.

They are now paying for that duplicity. Saudi Arabia, both the government and it's people, must make the decision to cleave to the modern world and its ally the US or capitulate to the Islamo-Fascist extremists they have created, and follow them into seventh century depravity and ultimately their destruction at the hands of the only committed defenders of the free world.

The US must make a similar decision. Do we continue to pretend that the hypocritical Wahhabist roots of the Saudi government can be ignored, or do we begin to understand that it is one of the fundamental causes of the Islamo-Fascist threat, and deal with it accordingly?

Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Democrats call for the assassination of the Secretary of Defense!

Think the Presidential campaign has been tough already? A Democratic fund raising ad for John Kerry run in a ST. Petersberg, Florida newspaper calls for the execution of the Secretary of Defense!

The ad states, "We should put this S.O.B. up against a wall and say 'This is one of our bad days,' and pull the trigger."

The party of peace, dialog, inclusion and diversity is advocating murdering Rummie. At a time of war, no less! How's that for hypocritical? I hope the secret service throws them all in jail.

I haven't heard the official explanation yet, but let's see how close I can get... "It was an error, we would never advocate murder, or assassination under any circumstances. In the meantime, we are loosing our people in Iraq at an alarming rate and President Bush can only say, "It's been a bad day." This President stole the election and is now murdering our soldiers in Iraq, and paying the rich to take our jobs overseas. We must take our nation back!"

What do you think? I bet I'm pretty close. These guys justify everything they do by demonizing their opponents, and spewing the same old, tired Liberal cliches. They nearly always get away with it. Can you imagine what the backlash would be against a Conservative making the same "mistake". He would be dead. Politically, I mean.

We will see things degrade even further as the election approaches. The Democrats lofty pursuits require that they operate above normal morality and ethics. Their purpose is so great they need not concern themselves with proportion, truthfulness, fairness or facts. It's the ultimate in group narcissism.

Here's the link to the paper, I'd like to see you let them know how you feel. We cannot afford to keep quiet any longer!

the Gabber - news, advertising, advetorials. Pinellas County's oldest family owned newspaper

Saturday, April 10, 2004

It's only politics?

This last week politics in America sank to a new low. The politicization of the defense of America by anti-Bush scoundrels has gone off the scale.

From Dr Richard Clark to the 9/11 Hearings, to Ted Kenendy's rantings, it's clear that these people for the most part could care less about the truth. They want Bush's hide. It's all very disappointing, and I've lost all respect for even the legitimate dissenters. It's as though those who dissent cannot see the power of their words. It's more than just winning or losing a Presidency, it's the very success of our War on Terror, and the lives of our warriors. Those warrriors are our children, parents and friends.

My only hope is that with every lie, every scurilous attack they expose themselves for what they are. I hope Americans have their eyes open enough to see it, and are not blinded by party loyalties.

It took us 25 years and we're still not over VietNam. If we lose this one, we may never recover the America we once new.