Thursday, December 30, 2004

The Left Isn't Right. . .About Virtually Anything

Still think Iraq has nothing to do with Al Qaeda? Or that coalition forces are a greater threat to Iraqi self-rule than are terrorists? It's getting old but, wrong again!. My source is Osama Bin Laden himself, according to his most recent tape:
  • MSNBC says, Bin Laden "accepted Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi’s offer to unite the world’s most famous terror group and the bloodiest insurgency inside Iraq." So it's plain, even were it not before, that the fight against Zarqawi's brutal terrorists inside Iraq is part of the war against Al Qaeda.

  • Bin Laden also identified himself and his terrorist movement as anti-democracy:
    In the balance of Islam, this constitution is infidel and therefore everyone who participates in this election will be considered infidels. Beware of henchmen who speak in the name of Islamic parties and groups who urge people to participate in this blatant apostasy.
    As a reminder:
    Iraqis are scheduled to elect a 275-member National Assembly on January 30. There have been calls to postpone the election because of the ongoing insurgency, but President Bush has insisted the vote be held as scheduled.
    Attacking the vote, to say nothing of slaying innocent and unarmed election officials in public, firmly places Al Qaeda and the United States as political opposites.
So why are some many liberals siding with Bin Laden, and the terrorists he generates and supports, when they urge withdrawal from Iraq?

Never mind. The question was strictly rhetorical.

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