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Friday, June 09, 2006

BREAKING -- Libs love terror, hate Freedom

My Prayer Warriors have been outdoing themselves monitoring The Left's tepid reaction to the Glorious news of the death of Abu Musab Zarqawi, most assuredly one of the masterminds of the 9/11 attacks, possibly the fabled 20th hijacker, and even spoken of in hushed and reverential tones in certain circles as Hillary's potential running mate. Their failure to drop to the ground in convulsions of religious ecstasy and writhe like eels at the latest Accomplishment of Our President's Blessed Mission doesn't show their "pragmatism," as they may like to call it, but rather their complete and utter hatred for America! Or as the Christians at Powerline put it:
PAUL adds: There's something seriously wrong with any non-terrorist anywhere in the world who isn't celebrating Zarqawi's death. The world has become a better place, and Americans are a bit safer too -- as we would have been safer if the Clinton administration had taken advantage of one of its opportunities to kill or nab a certain other master terrorist during the late 1990s.
Amen, Brother Paul! The true test of fidelity to Our Nation -- second only to the ability to muster suitable fervor over the death of an al Qaida franchisee -- is the ability to gin up Outrage over The Left's refusal to display enough enthusiasm for the death of an al Qaida franchisee.

Over at WorldNetDaily, David Limbaugh reaches a conclusion shockingly similar to Powerline's -- that a so-called "rational" approach to the news of Zarqawi's death is like emptying a clip into the back of every American soldier in Iraq:
Liberal bloggers are unnerved, realizing it will be difficult to spin Zarqawi's death to deny Bush and the American military credit. If they truly supported the troops, they wouldn't be investing one second strategizing over how to control damage to their miserable cause, but rejoicing in this American military triumph. But don't be too hard on these amateurs. They haven't been spinning as long as their mentors in the Old Media. Maybe they should take notes and learn some lessons.

As if to show the upstart bloggers how it's done, the Old Media were quick to issue disclaimers so that the great unwashed would not read too much into this event, as if we red-state, reality-challenged militarists might be operating under the misapprehension that Islamofascists are motivated to kill infidels solely because of their hero worship of a particular leader.
Also at WorldNetDaily, Melanie Morgan tips us off to an alarming new liberal tactic for losing the War on Terror: manipulating on-line political polls. Why not just spit on us?
At the Democratic Underground website, users attempted to manipulate MSNBC's online poll to suggest that the mission to kill Zarqawi would be meaningless in the war in Iraq. Whether or not the death of Zarqawi will have a major impact on the war effort is beside the point. The efforts by liberals to manipulate a poll so as to beat down the morale of the American people and make them believe we can't win is revolting. There is a sickness that has infected the anti-war movement.
Sadly, that sickness seems to be contagious. At WorldNetDaily's own poll, I see that less than half of the respondents have answered that Zarqawi's death is "great news." Some may attribute that to the ease with which online polls can be rigged. I contend, however, that Bush Derangement Syndrome is now a full-blown pandemic worthy of the finest duct tape and plastic sheeting your family's budget allows. What's even worse is that this terrible malady now appears to have afflicted Our President:
Zarqawi is dead, but the difficult and necessary mission in Iraq continues. We can expect the terrorists and insurgents to carry on without him. We can expect the sectarian violence to continue. Yet the ideology of terror has lost one of its most visible and aggressive leaders.
Sadly, Freedom has lost one of its most visible and aggressive leaders if President Bush is disparaging our troops like that. Try to keep the Faith, Christians. Praise Him!

5 Comments:

  • At June 11, 2006 5:55 PM, Blogger Lulu Maude said…

    But what does Ann Coulter have to say? She is so continually uplifting, and I'm told that her meds won't interfere with her message one bit if we all pray for her, which I intend to do this very minute!

     
  • At June 11, 2006 8:44 PM, Blogger dusty said…

    Sad sack Annie Coulter is on that big ol book tour and rallying the troops as we speak!

    Fine post as usual sista :)

     
  • At June 12, 2006 10:25 AM, Blogger : Joseph j7uy5 said…

    Thank you for another Uplifting and Inspirational missive. Let us not forget, also, to be Awed and Humbled by the great Mercy and Restraint St. Bush displayed when he Refrained from killing Zarqawi earlier.

    http://mediamatters.org/items/200606090009

     
  • At June 12, 2006 12:21 PM, Blogger Lulu Maude said…

    I went to David Limbaugh's site... he sounds as dishonest and divisive as Pudgy Painpill! Are they related?

     
  • At June 13, 2006 10:46 AM, Blogger nash said…

    Sister,

    I'm sorry, but I took a pledge that I would only drop to the ground and writhe like an eel when Mystery Science Theater 3000 went back on the air, so I too must fail to show proper enthusiasm for the death of Zarqawi.

    In shame,

    --nashtbrutusandshort
    Categorical Aperitif

     

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