Saturday, December 23, 2006

Deafening silence from the left....

It's Christmas and most of us are busy. But there's one thing....

Al Qaeda is not taking a holiday break. They are waiting to strike. News out of Britain is there may be terrorist strikes during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Al Qaeda sent a message to the democrats:

"... you aren't the ones who won the midterm elections, nor are the Republicans the ones who lost. Rather, ... the Muslim Ummah's vanguard in Afghanistan and Iraq -- are the ones who won...."

Al Qaeda's No. 2 man, Ayman al Zawahri, went on to tell the democrats they need to negotiate with him and Osama bin Laden, and that America needs to stop backing Israel.

Wow. That's pretty powerful, scary stuff.

From the left ... the sound of silence. Where is the outrage? Where are the lefty bloggers in meltdown mode protesting such a message?

The truth is the left would rather blame Americans, specifically Republicans, who call attention to the terrorists and their evil act of beheading Paul Johnson, an American working in Iraq. They would rather censor conservative bloggers who try to remind them of the reason we are at war, of the evil of terrorism, of the awfulness of those photos. Blame the blogger ... give the terrorists a pass.

Meanwhile, the terrorists are calling the dems out ... trying to work with them ... wanting to make a deal to freeze out the Israelis.

They are telling the democrats they -- the terrorists -- caused the change in leadership in America in November ... and now they're cashing in their chips.

What? Did I hear the lefty bloggers howling about this?

Oh. No, it was the "right-wing" conservatives I heard calling attention to this message from Al Qaeda.

Al Qaeda ... the group that is headed up by Osama bin Laden. The group that Muslim men belonged to before they flew airplanes into buildings in America on 9/11/01. The ones who killed 3,000 innocent people on that beautiful September day.

Silence. Where are the protests from the Left? I'm waiting....

1 comment:

Shaun Kenney said...

Heh. Don't hold your breath for too long, there.... ;)