Dispatch the SEALs to the WH. No violence. Just cable ties.
Obama’s legacy will be the blood on his hands from the abject and absolute failure that Obamacare is doomed to become. As a young man in his early 30s, I personally believe I will suffer under the burden of Obamacare; at first financially, but eventually due to not only my conservative pedigree but medical reasons that will be outlined in the records that the IRS will now have access to.
I am praying for my country, but I have more fear as each day goes on that my years are growing shorter.
“What if the next Lethal President is not as good and as honorable as you?”
Tom Junod must miss the “Free Mumia” days.
I didn’t get very far into that article. Should have known coming from Esquire.
No mention of Anwar al Awlaki’s [Aulaqi’s] days with the 9/11 hijackers in California?
I bring you my boo-freakin’-hoo moment of the day, courtesy of Esquire writer Tom Junod’s nauseating profile of John Walker Lindh a/k/a “Suleyman al-Faris” a/k/a “Abdul Hamid a/k/a “Hamza.” Junod laments an order forbidding Lindh/al-Faris/Hamid/Hamza from speaking Arabic and describes his typical day in prison: .....
Th title of Junod’s piece? “Innocent.”
Never mind that Lindh/al-Faris/Hamid/Hamza pleaded guilty to taking up arms and serving in the Taliban.
Hey. Here’s an idea. How about Esquire profile true American innocents caught in the conflict between Islam and the West? Let’s see. Maybe Tom Junod can chronicle a day in the life of Johnny Micheal Spann’s widow and children.
....——NO TEARS FOR JIHAD JOHNNY (Lindh)(BARF)
Michelle Malkin ^ | June 22, 2006 | Michelle Malkin
The hero worship of al awaki is nauseating. Aside from that, however, I think he misses the point.
The initial targeting of individuals - who, btw, were publicly known (remember the playing cards?) - in the Iraq war was because there was a feeling that if we could just get the leaders and not appear to be attacking the ordinary people, it would be “cleaner” and they wouldn’t hate us as much. However, the whole policy, like many of those adopted after 9/11, was open to abuse and all it needed was a power mad president.
The people who were killed probably all needed killing. But they needed killing in a fair public fight, not by a giggling dictator at a remote location who regarded the whole thing as a video game. But Obama wanted to appear as being on the side of the Muslims, while at the same time no doubt having to pay some attention to the warnings of his security advisors. On the other hand, we don’t even know what criteria he used: maybe these people represented rival AQ factions that opposed the one he possibly supported or perhaps AQ that opposed the Muslim Brotherhood (which we know he supports).
But everything is now secret and at the whim of one power crazed individual.