Canada Free Pressby Judi McLeod
Welcome to the Osama-Obama opening chapter along the March to Marxism.
As the chapter opens we find Osama and Obama on the same page. Both terrorist and president are on the same page on global warming. You donâ€™t have to be CIA to ask the obvious question: â€œHow is this even possible?â€
Both parties know diddly squat about orchestrated man-made global warming, other than what is spoon fed to them by Al Gore and Company.
Fresh on the heels of the news that Osama worriesâ€”really worriesâ€”about global warming, comes the news that airline terror suspect, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, aka the â€œUnderwear Bomberâ€ is providing â€œkey intelligenceâ€ to investigators.
This is the tawdry tale of a wannabe terrorist ratting out his terrorist pals.
â€œUmar Farouk Abdulmutallabâ€™s cooperation could prove to be a national security victory and a political vindication for President Obama, who has been under fire from lawmakers who contend the administration botched the case by giving Abdulmutallab the right to remain silent, rather than interrogating him as a military prisoner.â€ (Associated Press, Feb. 3, 2010).
Seems that Obama has been doing more than plastering his personal pictures where valuable White House art used to be.
An administration run by czars and hippies sworn to Marxism is capable of most anything as long as it is allowed to operate behind the scenes.
Just one day before the Underwear Bomber emerged as a â€œnational security victoryâ€ and a â€œpolitical vindication for President Obamaâ€, Dennis C. Blair, Obamaâ€™s director of national intelligence put us on notice that Al Qaeda and its affiliates may attempt a large-scale attack on America before July.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Al Qaeda is â€œcertainâ€ to try an attack soon.
What took them so long? The authorities that is, not the terrorists.
The terrorists, building their very own camps for target practice on American soil, have been right under the authoritiesâ€™ noses all along, in fact they were there even before 9/11.
Without intervention of any kind, terrorists have been actively recruiting for new members on the Internet and among prison populations.
When former President George W. Bush, (George W, The Hated) tried to deal with terrorists, he was slammed with accusations of water boarding and other â€œcrueltiesâ€.
Now they get their Miranda rights read to them, the right to remain silent, and the prospect of show trials in major American cities with the same kind of publicity potential as an O.J. Simpson. The Johnny Cochrans and Marcia Clarks are waiting in the wings.
The story being spun by the new Marxist regime in the White House is that foiled terrorist attacks, nine years in the making, are being stopped by Obama within the first year of his presidency.
According to the spin, all dufus terrorists start to sing like proverbial canaries. Diplomacy is so much better than waterboarding, right?
Even to the present day, a politically correct media and authorities do not name perps. Passengers on airflights who witness â€œdry runsâ€ are instructed to stay Mum. It should be a new more terrifying kind of terrorism now that Obama and Osama are singing from the same page of the hymnal and are on the same wave length on UN-inspired Marxist tactics like Global Warming is going to kill you!
In all the astroturfing being heaped on the masses from ivory towers it should be prudent to keep in sight the facts.
From 9/11 to now the facts have always been there to see. Factoid 1: Dead or alive, Osama bin Laden is evil incarnate. Factoid 2: The current resident in the Oval Office is a Marxist with an agenda to destroy America.
Volatile as any match near a tinder box, Marxism and Terrorism are a potent and deadly combination.
Terrorist attempt â€˜certainâ€™ in months - Eli Lake, Washington Times
The five senior leaders of the U.S. intelligence community told a Senate panel Tuesday they are â€œcertainâ€ that terrorists will attempt another attack on the United States in the next three to six months.
The warning came during the annual threat briefing to Congress in response to questions from Sen. Dianne Feinstein, California Democrat and chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, who asked, â€œWhat is the likelihood of another terrorist-attempted attack on the U.S. homeland in the next three to six months? High or low?â€
â€œAn attempted attack, the priority is certain, I would say,â€ Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair, a retired admiral, said in response.