Monday, September 11, 2006

5th ANNIVERSARY: The dog that didn’t bark

Last night President Bush said it: The global war on terror is “the decisive ideological struggle of the 21st century and the call of our generation.”

The sad and shameful truth is that five years later half of America still doesn’t believe it. But the lessons are there nonetheless:

• They will not just leave us alone. Radical Islam has been targeting even its good butt-boys in France and Germany.
• Appeasement doesn’t work. To any honest inquirer, the evidence is clear that such restraint has only emboldened radical Islam as signs of weakness.
• The only thing that works with Islamo-fascists: Strength and perseverance.
• They will hit us again. The chances of a suitcase nuke or a “dirty” radiological bomb in a major U.S. city? You probably don’t want to know.
• Slowly but surely, progress is being made in the Global War on Terror. Many plots have been foiled—which get little more news coverage than the dog that didn’t bark.
• Next time self-defense requires foreign intervention and regime change, screw nation building. We take out your terrorist schmuck-fuhrer; you clean up your own mess. Sorry.
• Liberal moonbat pukes who are rowing in the opposite direction cannot be tolerated indefinitely. They are fast becoming a national security threat. There are laws for the kind of sedition being committed by The New York Times and their ilk. We need to enforce the law.

Further affiant sayeth naught.


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