The Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi signals American weakness in the Middle East, according to al-Qaida’s leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. “They were defeated in Iraq and they are withdrawing from Afghanistan, and their ambassador in Benghazi was killed and the flags of their embassies were lowered in Cairo and Sana’a, and in their places were raised the flags of tawhid [monotheism] and jihad,” Zawahiri said in an audio address. Zawahiri directed his address to Shabaab, al Qaida’s affiliate in Somalia. He credited al-Qaida for three attacks on U.S. embassies, according to a published
Comments: Those terrorists sure are afraid of 0bama! s/o Add this to the very long list of reasons why 0bama is an unmitigated disaster.
The is the way the world works and the way people think. For some unexplained reason -denial, naivete, wishful thinking, inexperience etc.- the majority of liberals do not understand this. They would rather live in a world that operated by different rules - and they do their best to do so. The results are predictable and always the same. We can now look forward to escalating violence against Americans and American interests abroad. And soon the barrier against violence on American soil will be breached. All of this is because our enemies no longer fear us, regard us as weak, lacking in resolve, and hence think they have nothing to lose and nothing to fear from attacking us. That, of course, is a mistake. America will respond decisively at some point after such attacks have taken place. But there is no need for them to have to take place. The policy of the Obama administration is inviting attacks, which are certain to come soon.
Dreams Of My Father coming true. Fundamental transformation in high gear. America getting what's been coming to it. Revenge at it's best. Not God bless America, God dam America. America's chicken's coming home to roost. Allahu akkbar!
I am betting a fried chicken dinner the First Family jets off to Hawaii for a golfing surfing and shopping vacation for Christmas. Two weeks at least. Separate 747's of course.
It's too bad Muslims don't permit liquor and partying, or Mr. al-Zawahiri would be so hung over from celebrating Obama's victory on Tuesday that he still couldn't open his mouth to make anti-American statements.
Now that Obama has won re-election and can't run for a third term, al-Qaida leaders can sit peacefully in their TV rooms watching their favorite shows without fear of U.S. Navy Seals bursting in and blowing their heads off in order to improve Obama's favorability ratings.
And since the disaster at Benghazi proved that Obama will not fight back against terrorist attacks, Mr. al-Zawahiri must be feeling like a kid in a candy store, wondering where to indulge his taste for American blood next.
OK, Muslim mutt -- here's the deal [and all the doomsayers can read this, should read the part that applies to their thinking, too].
There are basically two things "wrong" with America today that lead to your ability to keep respiring [bad news for you -- they're correctable]. Those things are: 1. a usurper in the White House who hates, well, a long list of good, positive things, like liberty and our founding principles and our earned superiority to other nations, and eradicating mutts; and 2. not strangling Leftist policies in the cradle. Those gave us the end of responsibility [starting in schools, where "all the children are above-average"]; stupid, damaging extensions of the voting franchise; a huge explosion of dependency; and a million other ills, each with the tell-tale marks of mush-brained Liberalism/Leftism.
But -- America? America's still here. Our Founding Principles are still here. I won't go into why, here. For now, all the gloom-and-doomers are too busy enjoying the taste of their own tears to be distracted by, much less convinced by, the Truth I bring.
Too bad. America's Patriots could use some real help.
al-Zawahiri drinks from the same cup of kool-aid that Obama and his lap dogs in the enemedia drink from.These are people we shouldnt even be discussing...but they are prominent devils in our lives now. God help us all.
they are right on target, the dumbest, dithering idiot in the world.....in for a second term, handed to them by 3 mill. moron Republicans who had to find one fault or another with Romney, so they prefer to vote the freak in one more time, just because he did such a great job the first time around! And whose peanut brain still has not learned a thing after 4 years on the job!
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