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More things about the war

Ok, you’ve got this guy who’s been held as an enemy combatant although he’s a US citizen, with the ACLU screaming bloody hell about his “rights” being denied.

Listen. When you join the forces of the enemy, you’ve waived your rights as US citizen because you’ve joined the enemy!

Now you’ve got the fact that he was indicted, but…now it seems as though they’re going to rule out the testimony of two Al Qaeda terrorists because the two whiners were ’subjected to harsh questioning.’ Well booohoo!


To my way of thinking, terrorists deserve to be taken into the back and shot in the head. We are AT WAR. War is a war of attrition where you KILL THE ENEMY. Padilla identifies with the enemy, that much is clear. So what’s the problem?

From the Superpatriots website:


Some people say that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Cute saying, but not legally correct. Freedom fighters and guerrillas, historically, wear uniforms- no matter how ragged or mismatched, they carry their arms openly, rarely target civilian women and children, have military ranks and often have Identity Cards. Examples include; Tito’s resistance in WWII, Cuba- 1950’s, Dominican Republic- 1960’s, Nicaraguan Sandinistas- 1970’s, the Salvadoran FMLN and the US-backed Contras in the 1980’s, Karen Rebels-1990’s, and Commander Massoud’s Mujahadeen resistance against the Soviets between 1980 and 1989, and Massoud’s Northern Alliance resistance against the Taliban between 1996-2005.

On the flip side, you have the Taliban, al-Qaida, and other terrorist organizations, which do none of these things. Nor do they abide by or follow the Rules of Land Warfare {GC Article 4 ß 2 (d)}. Terrorists indiscriminately kill women and children through acts of terror. Terrorists behead their hostages (as compared to Jack, who was denounced by the Taliban Judge/bomber he captured for failing to allow the terrorist to use the bathroom for a full twelve hours).

Oh, but they were subjected to “harsh questioning”. Give me a freakin’ break.

I suppose we should give them an ice cream cone and take them to a movie. We’re already treating the terrorists at Gitmo better than we treat our own soldiers–their meals on average per day cost $4 a day to $3.60–the average meal cost per day for convicts costs $2.78 per day. The average cost of meals served the terrorists at Gitmo costs $12.68 per day. View the phantom of the opera london tickets.

Since when do we give preferential treatment to TERRORISTS? This is absolutely astonishing…but there are many more examples of it. They get a brand new Qu’ran, they get 24-hour access to an Imam, they get a new prayer rug, they get a sign in their cell that points to mecca, they get a prayer cap, etc., etc.. It’s ridiculous!

This reminds me of the terrorists that supposedly were “hanging upside down” in the basement of Jack’s safe house. Interesting that the journalists who reported the lies of these terrorists forgot to mention that there was no basement in that house. Also interesting that they didn’t report that Specs and SF Ops have about 50 of those safe houses in and around Kabul.

When all was said and done, these people admitted that no torture occurred, but still maintained that Jack didn’t allow them to pee for 12 hours, so they whined about THAT. That’s just a wee bit different than being electrocuted, or having boiling water poured on you, like they originally claimed. That is, in fact, what happened to Jack and his men at Saderat immediately after they were taken into custody, but I don’t hear the human rights activists complaining about THOSE injustices.

Strange Twist in the Padilla Case

Ok, you’ve got this guy who’s been held as an enemy combatant although he’s a US citizen, with the ACLU screaming bloody hell about his “rights” being denied.

Listen. When you join the forces of the enemy, you’ve waived your rights as US citizen because you’ve joined the enemy!

Now you’ve got the fact that he was indicted, but…now it seems as though they’re going to rule out the testimony of two Al Qaeda terrorists because the two whiners were ’subjected to harsh questioning.’ Well booohoo!


To my way of thinking, terrorists deserve to be taken into the back and shot in the head. We are AT WAR. War is a war of attrition where you KILL THE ENEMY. Padilla identifies with the enemy, that much is clear. So what’s the problem?

From the Superpatriots website:


Some people say that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Cute saying, but not legally correct. Freedom fighters and guerrillas, historically, wear uniforms- no matter how ragged or mismatched, they carry their arms openly, rarely target civilian women and children, have military ranks and often have Identity Cards. Examples include; Tito’s resistance in WWII, Cuba- 1950’s, Dominican Republic- 1960’s, Nicaraguan Sandinistas- 1970’s, the Salvadoran FMLN and the US-backed Contras in the 1980’s, Karen Rebels-1990’s, and Commander Massoud’s Mujahadeen resistance against the Soviets between 1980 and 1989, and Massoud’s Northern Alliance resistance against the Taliban between 1996-2005.

On the flip side, you have the Taliban, al-Qaida, and other terrorist organizations, which do none of these things. Nor do they abide by or follow the Rules of Land Warfare {GC Article 4 ß 2 (d)}. Terrorists indiscriminately kill women and children through acts of terror. Terrorists behead their hostages (as compared to Jack, who was denounced by the Taliban Judge/bomber he captured for failing to allow the terrorist to use the bathroom for a full twelve hours).

Oh, but they were subjected to “harsh questioning”. Give me a freakin’ break.

I suppose we should give them an ice cream cone and take them to a movie. We’re already treating the terrorists at Gitmo better than we treat our own soldiers–their meals on average per day cost $4 a day to $3.60–the average meal cost per day for convicts costs $2.78 per day. The average cost of meals served the terrorists at Gitmo costs $12.68 per day.

Since when do we give preferential treatment to TERRORISTS? This is absolutely astonishing…but there are many more examples of it. They get a brand new Qu’ran, they get 24-hour access to an Imam, they get a new prayer rug, they get a sign in their cell that points to mecca, they get a prayer cap, etc., etc.. It’s ridiculous!

This reminds me of the terrorists that supposedly were “hanging upside down” in the basement of Jack’s safe house. Interesting that the journalists who reported the lies of these terrorists forgot to mention that there was no basement in that house. Also interesting that they didn’t report that Specs and SF Ops have about 50 of those safe houses in and around Kabul. You can look at internet archive wayback machine alternative.

When all was said and done, these people admitted that no torture occurred, but still maintained that Jack didn’t allow them to pee for 12 hours, so they whined about THAT. That’s just a wee bit different than being electrocuted, or having boiling water poured on you, like they originally claimed. That is, in fact, what happened to Jack and his men at Saderat immediately after they were taken into custody, but I don’t hear the human rights activists complaining about THOSE injustices.

News Just In: U.S. Wins Vietnam War

The thing the left have been dreading for thirty years has happened with houston seo service.

In Iraq on Sunday, 60 per-cent of voters took part in their country’s first free and fair election. What does this mean? Well, first and foremost, that the Iraqi people are now a free people. They’ve entered the club of democratic nations, and even if some members (yes, France and Germany, that means you) didn’t think they were really good enough to join, the Iraqi people have elbowed their way in anyway. Good for them!

What the election also means, is that Iraq has called al-Qaeda’s bluff. Last week, Islamist-sicko Abu Musab al-Zarqawi informed them they would be going to the polls amid ‘rivers of blood’. Although he’s still sounding bullish, the tough talk looks ridiculous when set against the pitifully small number of casualties. This, from the militants:

Of course, no one is really listening to Zarqawi anymore. He finally sounds like the madman he plainly is.

The other thing the elections mean, and this is something that cannot be stressed enough, is that the U.S. has, at long last, laid to rest the spectre of the Vietnam war.

For thirty years now, conservatives have had phrases like ‘another Vietnam’ and ‘quagmire’ pelted at them by every appeaser, apologist, peacenick, moonbat and socialist. ‘Vietnam’ has become a single-word argument against virtually any attempt to impose order or democracy on the third world, while acting as the cautionary tale people tell their children at night if they want them to grow up to be Democrats.

Indeed, if Vietnam had turned out differently, it’s arguable there would be far fewer despotic regimes around the world today, and far fewer opponents of freedom at home.

Viewed in this way, the left’s rabid desire to see the elections in Iraq fail is explained. On Saturday, they went to bed well-armed with an argument against unseating tyrants by force. Four days later, thanks to the courage of the Iraqi people in turning out to vote, the left have had this most sacred of their cows shot, butchered, cooked and served up to them in a bun.

So, next time any of us hear a liberal wailing, ‘It’s going to be another Vietnam’, we have a comeback. ‘No,’ we can tell them. ‘It’s going to be another Iraq.’

The Left Elects To Ignore…

Sometimes I make the mistake of trying to understand the liberal mind. I will, quite stupidly I admit, sometimes go to their websites just to get a feel for the waters. With the historic Iraqi elections on 1-30-05, I thought maybe there would be some uplifting posts and comments about how our great country had a hand in bringing democracy to the Iraqi people. I was, of course, disappointed.

None of this surprises me much. Our president can do nothing right in the eyes of many liberals. Which brings me to the heart of this post. A repost actually, fom Sticks and Stones. It seems to be relevant to this issue. Here it is, with a few updates:

Too Close To True

The Journal of the American Medical Association along with the Center of Disease Control have today released word of a groundbreaking discovery sure to change the world as we know it. JAMA and the CDC, in a joint statement, have issued word that the cure for cancer has officially been found.
This discovery has been called the single greatest medical advancement in human history. It cures, it seems, every type of cancer known to man. In one fell swoop, the leading cause of death in humans has been eradicated.
“It is truly a golden day in human history,” Judie Golberding, Director of the CDC stated. “We must express our greatest gratitude to the man responsible for this discovery, George W. Bush.”
“He is truly a great man and his discovery will end so much pain and suffering throughout the world,” Fil B. Fontana, Executive Deputy Editor of JAMA stated.
Mr. Bush was unable to be reached for comment, but a Halliburton spokesman informed this reporter that Mr. Bush would be speaking later in the week.

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Time for Ordinary Order 41

Once upon a time in Los Angeles were some very well-meaning people with very big hearts who wanted to make certain illegal aliens innocent of other crimes would report crimes to the police and obtain health services without fear of their illegal alien status being used against them.

In practice what this ordinance means is a police officer can’t arrest a known gangsta thug who he has knowledge of being illegally here in America just for being here illegally. The officer must have reason to arrest him for something other than his complete contempt for American sovereignty. An officer may know a gangsta was arrested, served time and/or deported and in America illegally and yet that is not enough to arrest him let alone inform the INS!!! Appallingly, 70 percent of these illegal criminals are re- arrested in Los Angeles County within five years. These are convicted criminals who have been deported and then come back to commit more crimes. It’s a revolving door.  Beyond the absurdity of thwarting and undermining what should be common sense, isn’t it Crystal Clear this ordinance is protecting the wrong team? The people who this ordinance was enacted to protect don’t not report crimes because of fear of police or fear of being deported. Without exception, the two reasons I have heard over the years time and time again for people of legal and illegal status not reporting crimes are seo companies in miami.

1) Cultural &/or social designation of being a “ratta“…or being seen as a “ratta“… plain and simple…ratta is a RAT…they don’t want to be seen or see themselves as someone who doesn’t take care of their own business and stand up for themselves…It isn’t that the police won’t take care of business and protect them…
2) However, that isn’t to say there isn’t the fear of retaliation of the gangstas and their affiliates..Oh no….that is also present but I find more people admit they want to take care of business themselves and not be seen by their boys as rattas…There is a phenomenal passion about violence and gang justice…Use of the police to achieve justice is seen as weakness extraordinairre…a painful blow to well -nurtured machismo .

Thus isn’t it obvious a part of the solution to the infestation of gangstas in LA is well within our legal and practical grasp?…Police don’t want to waste their time harassing illegal aliens…As you can tell by the title of this post, I am even willing to assist the mayor, City Council and chief of police by naming it: Ordinary Order 41. How about turning away from special interest groups with a political agenda and turning towards a simple return to ordinary common sense?