Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Obama Makes Every Excuse In The Book Defending Terrorist Act of Nidal Malik Hasan
"Well, look, we -- we have seen, in the past, rampages of this sort. And in a country of 300 million people, there are going to be acts of violence that are inexplicable. Even within the extraordinary military that we have -- and I think everybody understands how outstanding the young men and women in uniform are under the most severe stress -- there are going to be instances in which an individual cracks. I think the questions that we're asking now and we don't have yet complete answers to is, is this an individual who's acting in this way or is it some larger set of actors? You know, what are the motivations? Those are all questions that I think we have to ask ourselves. Until we have these answers buttoned down, I'd rather not comment on it."
Was Obama was just as cautious and reserved about refraining from leaping to conclusion about Sgt. James Crowley who arrested Pbama's Marxist America-hating buddy Henry Louis Gates, Junior. No...Pbama pretty much raced to the finish line and declared Crowley as racist. There was no pause by Pbama to learn the facts. All he needed to know was that a Black Man had been arrested by a White cop and boom...that equals Racism. Proof? Who needs proof?
Maybe Pbama needs to make another Cairo speech attempting to appease and pacify radicalized and extremist terrorists who just happen to be
Wait...did I say Muslims? Oh, pardon me. It's off to Obama's Re-Education Camp for me.
The Left was certainly quick to jump and judge Timothy McVeigh, calling hims a Rightwing Christian Terrorist, even though he admitted he considered himself an atheist. Tektonics:
On the contrary we see that there is documentation that [McVeigh] did not accept the Christian faith.
In an article by United Kingdom’s “The Guardian” about McVeigh’s execution, we find this reference:
“In his letter, McVeigh said he was an agnostic but that he would "improvise, adapt and overcome", if it turned out there was an afterlife. "If I'm going to hell," he wrote, "I'm gonna have a lot of company." His body is to be cremated and his ashes scattered in a secret location.”(SEE NOTE 5)
Note the above that McVeigh “said he was an agnostic” but not only that, but that he was defiant about hell itself and remain unrepentant. Then we also find the same statement that he was an agnostic admitted by Lou Michel during a cyber interview with CNN. Lou Michel spent hours interviewing McVeigh in writing a book titled, “American Terrorist: Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing”. Michel’s words are enlightening:
Lou Michel: McVeigh is agnostic. He doesn't believe in God, but he won't rule out the possibility. I asked him, ‘What if there is a heaven and hell?’
He said that once he crosses over the line from life to death, if there is something on the other side, he will -- and this is using his military jargon – ‘adapt, improvise, and overcome.’ Death to him is all part of the adventure.”
The Left does nothing but jump to conclusions and judgments. Is it necessary to remind everyone of CommieCrat Harry Reid's, "We've lost," comment about the war? Is it necessary to remind everyone of Defeatocrat John Murtha immediately pronouncing the U.S. Marines "guilty and rapists" in Haditha?
And last, but certainly not least - let us not forget Obama and his Administration and his Department of Homeland Security who deemed and classified United States Military Veterans as "Terrorists."
Certainly not all Muslims are terrorists. It should be obvious I am not saying that. I realize there are millions of Muslims who are outrageously appalled at the acts of violence their so-called brothers and sisters commit in the name of their religion. But of all the terrorist acts going back over the past two decades, from Bali to the USS Cole, to September 11 to The London bombings, to the murder of Theo van Gogh to the Khobar Towers bombing...99.9 percent of the perpetrators have been Muslim extremists.
Mean Ol' Meany
I do know the TrollbamabotCultists are watching, reading and sometimes - when they are brave enough to come out from behind their mommie's apron - commenting here! You prob noticed "Richard's" comment on the other post. Typical, brain-dead LibTard useless eater. If they weren't so pathetic and dangerous we could heckle them until they killed themselves.
Thanks for the inof about Tim McVeigh.
So sorry that he thought he could "adapt" to hell. :-/
Yesterday I heard that a famous german goalkeeper killed himself. MY first thoughts were about hell and his condition.
As bad one's life may be, suicide is the WORSE thing one can do.
I honestly feel sorry for him and Tim McVeigh, but there's nothing we can do now. They had their chance.
SOrry for getting all religious in your blog, Dave. I know this is a political blog, but sometimes it's hard to keep quiet about certain topics. It's trully heart breaking.
Oh, just a word of warning... if my FEMA trailer is a rockin'....don't come a knockin'....;-) I just hadda work that line in.
Yes, that is a rather peculiar quote from McVeigh about adapting to hell. I...I'm not sure I grasp his statement other than he possibly meant it to be funny or perhaps a sad acknowledgement or acceptance of his idea of the afterlife.
I feel sorry for McVeigh in some ways. I feel he was railroaded on the fasttrack for the death penalty. I think there are things that, over time, he may have opened up about and talked about. I think the Clinton Admin was afraid of him and what he knew and was pleased McVeigh didn't fight or contest the death penalty. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but there are so many inconsistencies and conflicting information about McVeigh "acting alone" that it is unfortunate he was put to death so quickly.
I hadn't heard about the German goalkeeper. That is sad. In keeping with the "Grass is always greener on the other side of the fence" outlook, we (okay, I) always seem to think that many others have it so much better off than so many of us, and then you hear of a suicide by someone who would appear to have the best life and all the reasons to live.
You NEVER have to apologize for anything you comment on here, Mats. Don't ever think you do. Not for a minute.
Thanks for always adding your views.
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