On the road again
I'm going to be in NC for the weekend, so I'll leave you with this gem from Mr. Boortz:
BUSH COMPARES WAR ON TERROR TO WWII
File this one under "getting it right." In a speech to graduates at the Air Force Academy in Colorado yesterday, President Bush compared the war on terror to World War II. "Our goal, the goal of this generation, is the same. We will secure our nation and defend the peace through the forward march of freedom," said the President. Despite The Poodle's incessant drumbeat about jobs and health care, this is the most important issue in this election.
It's too bad, but typical, that a lot of people don't understand the seriousness of this war on terror. They take our safety and security for granted. How easily people have forgotten 9/11. It's been almost three years...you remember, don't you? That's when the Islamic terrorists killed 3,000 innocent Americans on our own soil. That's when Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda, after 8 years of appeasement from the Clinton administration, decided to attack. They want to do it again - and they're spending every hour of every single day planning their next attack. Their next big thing will be to try and detonate a dirty bomb in the middle of a populated city. How many people will that kill? Hundreds of thousands?
In some ways, the stakes are higher in the war on terror than World War II. Were the Nazis going to take over the United States? Hardly. we dealt with them pre-emptively. Same thing with Saddam Hussein. It's time to pay attention....we are at war...World War IV..the war on Islamic terrorism. If you don't value your freedom -- and many Americans don't -- then maybe you value your physical safety. Aren't you just a little appreciative of the fact that there hasn't been a terrorist attack in the United States since 9/11? Do you like being able to go out for lunch without a suicide bomber blowing up the restaurant?
Then vote for a candidate who has actually shown with his actions that he will defend this country ... not one who changes his stance depending on just who he's trying to impress at the time.