Saturday, November 11, 2006

Al Qaeda in Iraq Supports Democrats

No, I'm not making this up. They have announced it themselves. However, they still plan on carrying their war to the American homeland - right up until the point where they blow up the White House. Here's a clip:

"Al-Muhajir, also known as Abu Ayyub al-Masri, also urged the U.S. to stay in Iraq so his group would have more opportunities to kill American troops. 'We haven't had enough of your blood yet,' he told the U.S.

"We will not rest from our Jihad until we are under the olive trees of Rumieh and we have blown up the filthiest house - which is called the White House," al-Muhajir said. It was not clear what Rumieh was referring to.

"The American people have put their feet on the right path by ... realizing their president's betrayal in supporting Israel," the terror leader said. "So they voted for something reasonable in the last elections."'

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1 comment:

lbrlzsuk said...

This, perhaps more than anything in recent memory, highlights the stark differences between the parties. It's not so much the Republican talking point that Dems are soft on terror that I'm referring to, though that's part of it. What's particularly scary about this is that, rather than signalling to Dems that they are perceived as weak on security issues by terrorists, it enhances their own self-image as the Party of Diplomacy. They see this as ground-breaking; they see this as an opportunity to open the doors of communication between the U.S. and terrorists.

They're naive about these terrorists' intentions. They honestly think all we need to do is sit down and talk out our feelings with them -- that all we need to do is "reason" with them, as the quote you emphasizede implies.

They don't see this as a bad thing. They welcome it. It fits into their image of the world, which is that human natural is entirely malleable, and that if people could just see things their way, we'd "all just get along." Would that life worked that way, but it doesn't.