Saturday, August 12, 2006

Bush finally refers to terrorist as Islamic fascists, CAIR is offended.

Thursday President George W. Bush really stirred the pudding when he made a statement to the media on the airport tarmac. His exact words: "This nation is at war with Islamic fascists who will use any means to destroy those of us who love freedom, to hurt our nation."

Thats right...he finally said it..."Islamic fascists"...It's about time that he starts to use the proper label.

Of course this didn't set too well with CAIR, the Council for American Islamic Relations. Their executive director was offended with the Islamic fascism label, saying "We believe this is an ill-advised term and we believe that it is counter-productive to associate Islam or Muslims with fascism," CAIR went on, speaking about the president: "We urge him and we urge other public officials to restrain themselves."

Ill advised term...they can't be serious??? finds this definition of fascism: "A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism." Sound familiar? What was Iraq under Saddam Hussein...The Taliban, how about Iran and Syria.

Fascism is what these terrorists who were trying to blow up the planes on Thursday ultimately want for every country. Total Islamic law of the world.

Since when does speaking the truth require restraint? Almost every terrorist attack in the last 50 years has been committed in the name of Islam. That's their public relations problem, not ours.

Here we have a religion that has been hijacked by radical fundamental Islamic fascist who commit acts of terror against man kind and CAIR does not condemn the terrorists but condemns the President. Kind of makes you wonder just what side they're on.

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