"How did it come to pass that an opposition's measure of a president's foreign policy was all or nothing, success or "failure"? The answer is that the political absolutism now normal in Washington arrived at the moment--Nov. 7, 2000--that our politics subordinated even a war against terror to seizing the office of the presidency." - Daniel Henninger - WSJ 11/18/05
"the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts." - George Orwell

Monday, January 30, 2006

CNN.com - Al Qaeda's No. 2 taunts U.S. in new video - Jan 30, 2006

CNN.com - Al Qaeda's No. 2 taunts U.S. in new video - Jan 30, 2006

Ok, we have the sad results from the latest CNN QuickVote. Zawahiri is able to use extremely portable techonlogy to make his latest commercial for the Al Jazeera Terror Network and may be located somewhere in this picture. And the President is busy running around trying to drum up support and justify his NSA program. Finally, no one finds it odd that perhaps an investigation is necessary (especially with all the hubbub regarding the liar Joseph Wilson), with regard to leaks that are detrimental to national security.

Does does it strike anyone that is in a hissy that one of the very reasons some of these pantloads are still around is because every attempt to do such a thing about it is flipped out about? The left, with the assistance of the MSM considers Bush the "Great Satan," and we have idiots like bin Laden and Zawahiri are bad guys that people responding to polls think are all powerful. We hold the president responsible, yet try to prevent him from doing anything about it whenever the opportunity arises.

Mention the NSA taps and the bad guys get a clue or at least those that had begun to let their guard down get a wake up call. Take away the NSA taps and we lose a very useful tool against these girls. Note to Left/Media/Democrats (DeMediacrats), shut your mouths because you know the president isn't really spying on everyday average Americans. Every swing at him that connects affects us all whether you like it or not and no matter hard to stuff denial down your own throats.

Scream to high heaven (sorry about the religious location reference), when the WashPost thinks it's a great story to tell the world about when it comes to secret detention areas in europe. Now the U.S. somehow becomes the miscreant, yet that isn't really how it is. The actions to take these people out is not really all that pretty, but you can't always play nice AND you cannot play nice with the likes of these spankers.

We seem to have forgotten that they have done and still do wretched things. Tie everyones hands and watch the world go away.

We definately don't want to go too low, but Queensbury rules with these turds is a surefire way to stretch the process out or ultimately lose. Losing in this instance is a really bad thing...


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