Saturday, November 18, 2006

Continuing To Enable Terrorism

"President Bush is undermining criticism vital to the survival of Western civilization and empowering terrorist leaders by proclaiming Islam a "religion of peace," says one of the most outspoken critics to emerge from the Muslim world in recent years. "

"Wafa Sultan, a native of Syria, seized attention worldwide in February when her electrifying interview on Al-Jazeera television spread across the Internet through a video clip produced by the Middle East Media Research Institute. "

... Bush still worshipping at the altar of Political Correctness.


Anonymous said...

You keep kicking, Tiger. We may be going down but not without a fight.

Doug said...

I am taken aback this week at the level of disenchantment with and dislike of the president and his men--not among Democrats, but among Republicans.
On the Hill they no longer see the White House as talented and formidable.
They see it as shuttered and second-rate. There are bitter anecdotes about the way the White House has rigged and controlled events, only to blame those who followed them when disaster ensues.

There are more anecdotes about the president's refusal or inability to absorb information he emotionally resists.

There is increased criticism too of the habit of high White House staffers to muscle critics, silence dissent, force obedience.

Doug said...

"There are more anecdotes about the president's refusal or inability to absorb information he emotionally resists."

Lady Hawk said...

I suspected President Bush had emotional issues on too many formidable topics. I can not fathom the paralysis of our three branches of government. Why is our government not stronger on terrorism? Why is the UN still used to carry on corruption and side with our enemies? How can Bush dissolve our borders without our Houses of Congress? Why did gas prices fluctuate in a short period? As Herbert's "Dune" said "There are plans within plans" and the republicans, and democrats, plans are to enslave the American people economically, immorally and to leave us open to have to fight terrorism at home.

Tiger said...

I agree, Doug!

There's been something "fishy" about the president for a long time. I worked for a manager (in an engineering firm) once who would threaten to fire anyone who brought up a problem. He would go into emotional distress when someone raised a legitimate concern about a "design" component.

Bush has always reminded me of that guy!

BTW, Lady! Superb comment!

stavr0s said...

Doug -

Peggy Noonan forgets that Ronnie Reagan is dead and she is no longer his speechwriter. She's never cut Bush any slack. I think anything she writes is tainted by the fact that she got left out of this administration much like Murtha did. The point may well be valid, but not coming from Noonan.

2164th said...

Good post tiger. That woman has some tough bark on her.

Doug said...
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Doug said...

"Res Ipsa Loquitur"