Thursday, June 08, 2006

Works for me

Eat your heart out, mainstream mediocracy! It was a red-letter day for freedom over terror--for good over evil--in Iraq.

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, aka the Maggot, is room temperature. And where he's gone, he won't be sawing off people's heads anymore. Praise God.

Unfortunately, our enemedia and many of our politicians no longer can distinguish between good and evil. That was pretty clear listening to their grudging damnations by faint praises. Or, in the case of the Michael Medved show, hearing the part of America that has almost totally lost its mind--those on the Left who believe that 9/11 was a government hoax in order to go to war for the opportunity to kill innocent women and children, etc. Michael is a master at handling these folks, and he provides a tremendous service exposing this problem in America.

For the rest of us, let's just enjoy the moment in the knowledge that the cause is more than just. It's no less than the triumph of good over evil.

If you think that's hyperbole, consider this from Richard Miniter from Human Events Online:

If you are looking for the legacy of Abu Musab al Zarqawi, do not look in the concrete rubble of so-called safe house in Baqubah that became his final resting place. Instead, look less than 10 miles to the west, on the side of the road in the desert town of Hadid, for a pile of cardboard banana boxes.

Inside those boxes were nine human heads.

Some of the heads still had their blindfolds on. Iraqi police are still attempting to identify the murdered men.

Days earlier, in Baquba, Iraqi police found another eight severed heads. One of those heads belonged to a prominent Sunni Muslim imam, who preached peace and tolerance.

Read the rest here.


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