January 30, 2010
Posted by: Lucy at January 30, 2010 12:25 PM (YNvUz)
I would, once again, like to reiterate. I did not vote for him, and I tried to warn people.
Sadly, people don't seem to care that he does this stuff. WTH are our priorities?!?!?
Posted by: Amber at January 30, 2010 01:50 PM (kQtM0)
Landrieu is one of us. She can spend $300 million more wisely than mere peasants, I mean, taxpayers.
We care more about animals than you. Horses and turtles, yes, Omericans other than ourselves, no.
And golf carts are our kind of vehicles. We will make you all drive them someday. If they're good enough for us (except when we visit Copenhagen), they're good enough for you. Possibly too good. You should be walking ... within the perimeters permitted by your Soviet-style internal passports.
9/11 is ancient history. Let us look ahead to our glorious future of peace with Greater Iran! Islam is peace!
That is why there is no Taliban threat to Omerica.
"See no Taliban. Hear no Taliban. Speak no Taliban."
- ex-Green Beret Paul Avallone
Why we must "reintegrate" the Taliban for $1.5 billion over ten years.
And why we must spend $25 million of taxpayer money on training Afghans to be sharia experts. (You were expecting us to train Americans to understand the enemy? Ha, ha.)
We agree with an American soldier for once. What will be the outcome of all our efforts?
Once we made Iraq an officially Islamic country I knew that it would become among our worst enemies. (The same is true for Afghanistan.) I said years ago that the end result of our efforts will be that Iraq will be a rebuilt nation better prepared than ever to wage jihad against us.
The US loves to empower its enemies. How many Iranian nuclear physicists were trained in the US? How many Mohammad Alavis haven't been caught yet?
Eventually we will become one with our 'enemies' and form one big happy global dar al-Islam. Remember Alabama Man from South Park? Here's tomorrow's Alabama Man ... today!
Despite the name he acquired from his father, an immigrant from Syria, Hammami was every bit as Alabaman as his mother, a warm, plain-spoken woman who sprinkles her conversation with blandishments like “sugar” and “darlin’.” [...]“It felt cool just to be with him,” his best friend at the time [in high school], Trey Gunter, said recently. “You knew he was going to be a leader.”
A decade later, Hammami has fulfilled that promise in the most unimaginable way. Some 8,500 miles from Alabama, on the eastern edge of Africa, he has become a key figure in one of the world’s most ruthless Islamist insurgencies. That guerrilla army, known as the Shabab, is fighting to overthrow the fragile American-backed Somali government.
Posted by: kevin at January 30, 2010 02:01 PM (ke9P1)
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