Posts Tagged ‘al-Qaeda’

Benazir Bhutto killed by the real Pakistan

December 28, 2007

In no way is Pakistan our ally in this war on terror. I wish our leaders had the balls to call a spade a spade and tell it how it REALLY is – this is a war against Islam.

Andrew McCarthy has a great article on our problems with Pakistan.

A recent CNN poll showed that 46 percent of Pakistanis approve of Osama bin Laden.
Aspirants to the American presidency should hope to score so highly in the United States. In Pakistan, though, the al-Qaeda emir easily beat out that country’s current president, Pervez Musharraf, who polled at 38 percent.

President George Bush, the face of a campaign to bring democracy — or, at least, some form of sharia-lite that might pass for democracy — to the Islamic world, registered nine percent. Nine!

In defense of waterboarding

December 25, 2007

Found this link to a Philly Inquirer story at Little Green Footballs. My opinion is that waterboarding is an acceptable form of interrogation and should be used any time deemed necessary by those protecting our country. I’m sure if planes started flying into your house, you’d be fine with waterboarding the mastermind behind it in order to save your neighbor’s lives.