"Then you will know the Truth, and the Truth will set you free." John 8:32

Thursday, March 20, 2008

The Truth of the Matter

I have not blogged in a long time. I have grown a little cynical about politics and the sensibilities of many of my fellow Americans. But I so much appreciated the comments of President Bush on the fifth anniversary of the war in Iraq that I felt compelled to speak up. Liberal fascists as well as the President's supposed friends and allies have vilified him over and over and over for his foreign policies since 9/11. The truth is plain for all to see as it unfolds in Iraq. But blind, stupid ideologues have their own agenda that seeks the failure of America and all that has made it great. Liberal fascists do not understand that if Islamic fascism wins the day and the flag of Islam flies over this country, the life styles and actions of most Liberals would among be the very FIRST things to be banned under Islam.

Anyway, my blood pressure always starts to rise when I think about the foolishness of the ignorant left and how they blame all problems on our President. So I need to relax a little... LOL! Needless to say, I predict that as long as the United States does not do something stupid and pull prematurely out of Iraq before it is ready to fully assume its own governance, President Bush will go down in history as a great President that changed the course of history in the Middle East.

Here is a portion of the President's speech that thunderously resounds a trumpet call for freedom in the Middle East.
“The surge has done more than turn the situation in Iraq around -- it has opened the door to a major strategic victory in the broader war on terror. For the terrorists, Iraq was supposed to be the place where al Qaeda rallied Arab masses to drive America out. Instead, Iraq has become the place where Arabs joined with Americans to drive al Qaeda out. In Iraq, we are witnessing the first large-scale Arab uprising against Osama bin Laden, his grim ideology, and his murderous network. And the significance of this development cannot be overstated. The terrorist movement feeds on a sense of inevitability, and claims to rise on the tide of history. The accomplishments of the surge in Iraq are exposing this myth and discrediting the extremists. When Iraqi and American forces finish the job, the effects will reverberate far beyond Iraq's borders. Osama bin Laden once said: "When people see a strong horse and a weak horse, by nature they will like the strong horse." By defeating al Qaeda in Iraq, we will show the world that al Qaeda is the weak horse."
George W. Bush may not be the best manager of the Executive Branch our country has produced. I disagree profoundly with him on many things. But there is no doubt in my mind he is a great leader. I want my President to be a leader, not a politically correct manager that seeks to appease and placate an enemy that would devour us in the name of Islam.

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