Monday, November 06, 2006

Rmember who the enemy is

(Via Drudge)

Just in case I haven't pointed this out recently, no matter what our political beliefs, we need to remember who our real enemy is:

Al Qaeda terrorists planned to use "dirty bombs" to blow up the Heathrow Express or a Tube train passing under the Thames, a court heard today.

Dhiren Barot, 34, also plotted to strike at the West End's leading hotels and mainline railway stations.


Yes folks, Muslim terrorists want to kill us in wholesale lots. Surprised?

Barot expected the devastation and loss of life to match 9/11 and the Madrid bombs, the court heard.

The attacks would have been coordinated in a series of back-to-back explosions with further strikes on landmark buildings in Washington, New York and Newark, New Jersey.

Something to consider on your way to the polls--who do you think is going to do a better job of protecting you from this sort of threat? Democrats, with their "We need to understand and reach out to these people while we run away from them" strategy, or Republicans with their "War on Terror" strategy?

Personally, I think the Republican's strategy is stupid (because it doesn't go far enough), but the Democrat's is suicidal. Given the choice, I'm going to go with stupid.

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