The thugs of Hamas have been stealing food and blankets and other aid meant for needy Palestinians for a long time, and it’s finally gotten so obvious thatÂ not even the United Nations can keep quiet about it any more.
Pamela is outraged about the fox in the hen-houseÂ electionÂ coup d’etat:
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Your Puff Daddy POTUS
You were warned. Repeatedly.
I spent 18 months revealing, investigating and blogging about what a dangerous candidate Barack Hussein Obama was. The Atlas categoryÂ Muslim in the White House?Â has 268 posts. Once President Hussein won, a new category was created:Â President Hussein.
When I documented Obama’s Muslim birth and Islamic education and his Muslim family, I was called a racist, an islamophobe and a right wing nutter. You were not allowed to speak of it or question the obvious deception, and if you did, you were a liar. When Obama took office and gave hisÂ first formal interview to Al ArabiyaÂ TV, he spoke of his Muslim roots and Muslim family. **crickets chirped*
Others are also waking up:
Cheney: Obama making U.S. less safe
“These are evil people. And we’re not going to win this fight by turning the other cheek”
“Do most really believe it makes sense to shut down Gitmo for world adulation, while we possibly put Americans at greater risk by relocating these jihadists within our borders?”
Maybe Obama and Murtha and Co. think the jihadists are not dangerous — that they are poor innocent lambs caught up in George W. Bush’s Islamophobic Crusade.
They may be surprised.
“Top 10 Reasons Gitmo Should Be on Alcatraz,” by Chuck Norris inÂ Human Events
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Obimbo vows to fight war on “words that might offend Muslims”
Winning the “hearts and minds” of Muslims?
It appears Obama is going to implement theÂ new lexicon of “sensitive” wordsÂ introduced by various U.S. governmental agencies. However, not only will he most likely drop words such as “Islamic terrorism,” “radical Islam,” “jihadists,” and so forth; the all but generic term, “war on terror,” also appears to be on its way out. Obama’s logic? “Words matter in this situation because one of the ways we’re going to win this struggle is through the battle of hearts and minds.” More on the “words matter” debate.
“Obama: US choosing words carefully in terror war,” by Lolita C. Baldor for theÂ Associated Press, February 3 (thanks to Jeffrey Imm):
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Spencer: Obama Misunderstands the Global Jihad
In this week’sÂ Human EventsÂ column, I explain that Obama misunderstands the true nature and dimensions of the jihad threat — as did his predecessor.
“My job to the Muslim world is to communicate that the Americans are not your enemy.” So said Barack Obama in his first interview as President, which, in a highly significant symbolic move, he gave to the Dubai-based Al-Arabiya network.For the new president, it amounted to little better than a preemptive surrender to jihadist ideology.
* It would be worse if he did, in fact understand the global jihad and aid and abet the spread of Islam. But Obambi wouldn’t do a thing like that. Or would he? More…
Iran saw the Obambi-man coming:
Iran: Dialogue with US will succeed only if Obama accepts Iranian nukes
Obama said that he would talk to Iran without preconditions. The Iranians have reacted with contempt, saying thatObama wants to talk because the U.S. has failed. And the Iran has cheerfully begun setting out its own preconditions: firstAhmadinejad saidÂ that Obama “must apologise to the Iranian people and try to repair their past bad acts and the crimes they committed against Iran.” And now we hear that Obama must accept a nuclear Iran for “the chances for dialogue and co-operation” to “succeed.”
WASHINGTON â€“ When talking about terrorism â€” words matter, President Barack Obama said Tuesday.
Asked in a television interview why he hasn’t used the oft-repeated “war on terror” phrase coined by the Bush administration,Â Obama said he believes the U.S. can win over moderate Muslims if he chooses his words carefully.
“Words matter in this situation because one of the ways we’re going to win this struggle is through the battle of hearts and minds,”Â Obama said in an interview with CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360.”
The Associated Press reported Saturday that Obama has used the catch phrase just once, in contrast to its repeated use by the Bush administration in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Instead, Obama has spoken broadly of the “enduring struggle against terrorism and extremism” and pledged to “go after” extremists and “win this fight.”
“I think it is very important for us to recognize that we have a battle or a war against some terrorist organizations,”Â Obama said Tuesday.Â “But that those organizations aren’t representative of a broader Arab community, Muslim community.”
He added that he believes the U.S. canÂ convinceÂ Muslims “that we should be working together to make sure that everybody has got a better life.”
Former President George W. Bush launched his war on terror just hours after planes piloted by terrorists slammed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the Pennsylvania countryside. “America and our friends and allies join with all those who want peace and security in the world and we stand together to win the war against terrorism,” he said, warning days later that, “this war on terrorism is going to take a while.”