Bomb Throwing Pacifist

If you took that happy, smiling guy from the box of Quaker Oats, handed him a bottle of gin and a rifle, and pissed him off to a point where he decided he wasn't going to take it anymore, you'd get a little something like this.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Osama Bin Laden on happy pills

Today's post is all about the dear, wonderful, gloriousness wingnuttery of Marie Jon' of Yes, she really does spell it that way. The apostrophe remains a mystery to all of us on the liberal side of the blogosphere, although my personal guess as to its presence is that Marie's original last name was Johnson, and that she changed it in order to avoid the embarassment of having a last name synonymous with one of the ruder parts of a man's anatomy. I assume the apostrophe serves as a mark of shame with which she may taunt her no doubt perverted ancestors and bestow upon her progenecy to forever remind them of their humble roots...or something. I don't know, I'm tired, and this is a few days old (and therefore practically ancient). Don't miss the part where she talks about the left's "laughable" obsession with tracking down Osama Bin Laden- y'konw, the guy actually responsible for 9/11 and the USS Cole and the embassy bombings and all that jazz.

Look for the "but" factor re Abu Musab al-Zarqawi
Marie Jon'June 8, 2006

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Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi died violently just as he lived his murderous life. The world is a safer place now that he is dead. His days of orchestrating death are over. This man's death is a moral victory.

And who in their right mind would try to argue with a paragraph like that? After all, it’s not every day that one encounters a 1-1 “death” to sentence ratio in the opening paragraph of a wingnut’s speech. Or at least not since Bush’s “Let’s kill em with a dead, dead, death until they are dead and dying diededy-die-die-die” speech of 9/12/01.

America can give praise to the Commander-in- Chief and our awesome brave troops for this successful outcome. Webcast of President G. W. Bush:

Word, like totally. I think it’s way 2 sweet that our like totally awesome President and his victory are like, soooooo off the chain! And those troops of ourz r way trippin. They be down wit a hotnessssss!! I don’t know bout you, bitchez, but I give them both MAD propz.

We should not be lulled into believing that because one "radical Islamic butcher" has died, Iraq will not continue to be the battle ground for terrorists. Our awesome troops will need to remain in this fledgling democracy for a while longer.

I agree totally. I also think that it would be premature wo-wait, wait, wait-WHAT?!?!?! Jesus H. Christ, I thought the whole point of this article was to point out that the liberals are being Isalmocommunoliberal traitors and dhimmis for not recognizing that the death of Al-Zarqawi marks the beginning of the end for the insurgency and that the democratic freedoms of a unified and peaceful Iraq are just hours away! Defeatist, rain-on-our-parade, burst-your bubble rhetoric I expected John Kerry, John Murtha, Michael Moore, and from Osama Bin Laden, not Marie Jon’! Please Marie, baby, say it ain’t so!

The old media just can't bring themselves to tell America the truth about the war on terror. There has always been a connection between Iraq and terrorists training. Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi was seen in Iraq shortly after 9/11.

Although, you’d think the fact that Al-Zarqaqi was in Iraq shortly after 9/11 would seem to suggest that the connection between terrorist training and Iraq did not in fact predate the attacks on the WTC, trying to clutter Marie with facts is like pissing in the ocean. No matter how much coffee you’ve had, it still won’t turn yellow (although it will tend to make the fish really annoyed).

After running an al-Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan, he found his way to Baathist, Baghdad, where he reportedly checked into the Olympic Hospital, an elite facility run by the late Uday Hussein, son of the captured tyrant. Zarqawi is believed to have received medical treatment for a leg injury sustained while escaping the American GIs who toppled the Taliban.

Well, considering the fact that Kabul and Baghdad are about 1428 miles apart, and happen to be separated by another country (Iran, for the bean-counters out there), he must have had one hell of a leg injury in order to escape from his guards, make it out of the country, circumnavigate a presumably hostile foreign country (with a foreign language and hostile religious affiliation), and then make is safely to Iraq for recovery in an “elite” facility. Those must have been some freaking corns, man.

He convalesced in Baghdad for a period of about two months. Once he was back on his feet, Zarqawi opened an Ansar al-Islam terrorist training camp in northern Iraq.

Would these be the “terrorist training facilities in Iraq” that also happened to be in Kurdistan, an area specifically not under the control of Saddam Hussein (and ironically under the protection of a US and British no-fly zone)? Would this be the Ansar al-Islam that was founded as a breakaway group from the Islamic Movement in Kurdistan with the sworn goal of deposing the PUK and replacing it with a fundamentalist Islamic state? Would this be the same group that was only founded in December of 2001, over 3 months after the WTC attacks? Is Marie Jon’ a glue-sniffing retard? In my professional opinion, the answer to all these questions can be summed up neatly into a one word response : yes.

The importance that the left puts on capturing or killing Bin Laden is almost laughable. He is no longer the be all or end all to terrorism. There are too many other terrorist factions. The groups called Hamas and Hezbollah are just two more to mention.

I couldn’t agree more. The left’s insistence on capturing or killing the person who was actually responsible for the 9/11 atrocities is laughable. Instead, we should use those attacks as a springboard to engage in unprovoked military actions against other groups of swarthy, gun-toting foreigners and ignore the original catalyst of our Dear Leader’s eternal war to resubjugate brown people. Considering the fact that one of these groups, Hamas, was recently elected into power during the Palestinian elections only serves to prove what horrible things can happen should be let an unapproved version of democracy spread in the middle east.

"Zarqawi was the operational command of the terrorist movement in Iraq. He led a campaign of car bombings, assassinations and suicide attacks that has taken the lives of many American forces and thousands of innocent Iraqis," Bush continued, adding that Usama bin Laden even called his recruit, "the prince of Al Qaeda in Iraq."

Rubbish. Just…rubbish. This statement is wrong on so many levels, attempting to address all of its errors, presuppositions and inconsistencies would be tantamount to searching for unicorns in an active volcano: time-consuming, expensive, and just too stupid to be contemplated by sane people.

"Although Zarqawi is dead, Bush warned that the "difficult and necessary" work in Iraq must continue as that country settles in with its new government that still faces seemingly increasing sectarian violence. Although that violence may continue, "the ideology of hate" that Zarqawi espoused has lost a key voice, the president added." Associated Press

Once again, Marie, I thought the whole point of this article was to point out that the liberals are dhimmi-appeasment-mullah-loving-war-hating-traitorous-blasphemous-heretical-defeatniks who fail to give our Dear Leader his due by quantifying the troops’ recent accomplishment. By giving us clear, concrete examples of the Leader putting his own actions into context (and yes, I use the term “his own actions” rather loosely), you aren’t exactly doing a great job of really taking to the left for doing the exact same thing.

The death of Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi is good news for all the free world. America needs to understand that a free Iraq will be an important ally in the war on terror. A free Iraq will serve as a defeat for the terrorists and al Qaeda. Iraq will serve as an example for other countries in the region. They also will desire freedom.

Why not? I mean, after looking at the great job we’ve done of bringing Freedom(tm) to Iraq, I can’t begin to count the number of people in other Islamic countries who are eagerly anticipating the arrival of a low-intensity civil war, an occupying army, skyrocketing crime rates, thousands of innocent civilian casualties, the rise of thuggish warlords and a glorious 75% reduction in the amount of electricity being generated. Not to mention the despoiling of their national museums and resources, the rise of Islamic fundamentalist and accompanied sectarian violence, a corrupt and incompetent puppet government, daily car bombings and shootouts, banditry, unemployment, a drastically reduced life expectancy, permanent western military bases…oh the list goes on and on.

A priority of the left is to see that Iraq loses its freedom. If you do not understand this, please listen to Air America radio cheer for the terrorists. Also read the words of Democrat Rep. John Murtha and Sen. John Kerry who want us to cut and run from Iraq, leaving people to die as they did in Vietnam.

Indeed! I can’t begin to count the number of times I have heard various liberal guests on Air America Radio (as well as personal friends of mine) cheer for the terrorists and praise the glorious leaders of the insurgency. In fact, just this morning, John Kerry was on the Rachel Maddow show and although I don’t have the transcript in front of me, I believe my favorite part of the entire episode was the part when Rachel informed him gleefully of another massive car bombing in Karballa, and Kerry was all like “Ahhallu akbar! All praise and glory be to the courageous Mujahadeen! For truly, the crusader infidels will rue the day when they invaded the unyeilding land of Islam. May their blood flow like a river, on and on and on, for all eternity! Glory to the Prophet! Amin!”

The New York Times and other leftists' rags will always have an anti-American twist to their op-ed's by tomorrow.. Their mantra will always be "it's America's and Bush's fault."Look for "the but" factor concerning Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi Death, coming from the progressives. The "but factor" will be the "minimalizing" of the importance of this murderer's death due to the other unfortunate causalities.

You mean by saying things like “Although Zarqawi is dead, Bush warned that the ‘difficult and necessary’ work in Iraq must continue as that country settles in with its new government that still faces seemingly increasing sectarian violence?” I hate that defeatist shit.

Oh well kids, this goes on a little longer, but like I said, I'm tired, and ultimately trying to talk sense to someone like Marie is like*sigh* Words fail. It's just a really, really dumb thing to try. Until next time!

Marc with a C, 4:00 PM



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