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in response to reader comment: Cassano! you hit the nail on the head

Submitted by cassano (Canada), Jan 6, 2007 at 01:24

Hi Mr. Judeo-Christ

What about the latest stupid example.

Somali cab drivers , in Minnesota [ I believe ] who will not pick up fares at the air port if the person has a dog or is carrying a bottle of alcohol on religious grounds ,this is how it starts ,soon they will not want to pick up people who are drunk or blind people who have seeing eye dogs , people who are drunk should be taking cabs instead of driving , I know it is a small incident right now but this is how it starts ,small incremental steps all leading to everybody having to follow Islamic law .

People, rise up, say NO, this creeping danger must be confronted and stopped.

I am a hard liner conservative and as such I was a supporter of president Bush. I used to receive the white house news letter, but I must say that some of the actions of president Bush have been disappointing. he seems to be pulling back from proactive offensive strategy and leaning toward a stagnant do nothing position. granted he might know more than we know about what is really happening but ,when he invaded Iraq [ a good thing in my mind because Saddam was unstable and ready to cause a real problem ] why did the army not follow established military doctrine and either secure or destroy the ammo dumps and manufacturing facilities? why did he not order a paratroop deployment in the north and west of Iraq of 4 divisions [ apx 40,000 troops ] to block the escape of the 15 - 20 heavy military trucks [which we don't know what was in them ] into Syria . why did he not do the same to block the escape of bin-laden into Pakistan? the answer is that president Bush is too politically correct and afraid of offending : Saudi Arabia , the Arab street ,imams in the USA , "Islam is a peaceful religion", Musharraf of Pakistan .

You can't fight Islamic terrorists [President Bush] if you don't call the devil by his name. confront Iran, Syria, the two main propagators of aggression around the world in the name if Islam.

We need Bush the cowboy, who said quite clearly that "if you support terrorists, you are the same as the terrorists ".

President Bush is not protecting the border, a point of massive infiltration, which I fear, has been penetrated. Any one with legs has crossed. a very serious problem that might very soon, be the cause of the type of attack that will make 911 seem like a warm up.

Man , President Bush ,and I like him , that's why I call him "President " , has – I believe ,really dropped the ball on the one yard line. one yard from the Mexican border , I hope I am wrong , but I don't think so .

I have been saying it for over a year that everything will change only when we are hit really hard, because the idiots who run the show for us are allowing this situation to come together and they are too stupid and short sighted to realize that the people will follow any one who shows that he or she cares about the people and is willing fight for the people. president Bush was on that track but has fallen off the horse. his inaction [ helped in no small part by the socialist left and the aclu ] will usher in an American holocaust that will force America to go on a jihad of it's own , which show the Muslim world who are the wolves and who are the sheep .

God bless



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