“No matter how often our leaders insist the enemy is al Qaeda and its destruction is our goal, the reality is different. We confront a larger array of adversaries who share such terrorists’ goals — the imposition worldwide of a politico-military-legal program they call shariah to be administered by a Caliph — but pursue them via different, often stealthy means. Such enemies, including the Muslim Brotherhood, operate here as well as abroad. … Ending the sort of obstruction of justice his department appears to have engaged in with respect to the prosecution of Brotherhood fronts and operatives is a good place to start the next phase of the War for the Free World.” –founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, Frank Gaffney Jr.
“We are living in strange times indeed when it’s not laughable to suggest that President Obama will be difficult to beat in 2012. Well, I’m not buying it, even considering any positive (but inevitably temporary) surge Obama may receive with Osama bin Laden‘s death. … Provided Republicans don’t forget they’re in a fight for the survival of the nation and don’t allow their stark policy differences with Obama to be diluted by failing to aggressively articulate their positions, 2012 will be the GOP’s presidential election to lose.” –columnist David Limbaugh
“The government that tracked bin Laden to a compound in distant Pakistan and took him out with an incredibly talented, trained and brave team of SEALs could surely secure our border, too. The difference is our political leaders took their constitutional duty to protect our country seriously when it came to finding bin Laden over there. They do not take it seriously when it comes to protecting our borders here.” –columnist Terence Jeffrey
“So much of this administration’s talk about energy sounds similar to a bull session in the faculty lounge, or what we would expect from lifelong bureaucrats and public functionaries who have never experienced long commutes or struggles in the harsher, profit-driven private workplace. Now the global economy is recovering and energy use is climbing, as the U.S. dollar sinks. The oil-rich Middle East is in chaos. And more than 2 billion people in India and China are desperate for imported oil. The result is that American gas prices are astronomical, and the public is furious and starting to demand relief from the administration. Its answer? Simple: Since re-election looms, the administration now insists that high energy prices are no longer good, but suddenly bad. And the evil oil companies are mostly to blame!” –historian Victor Davis Hanson
- No Proof Has Been Offered Suggesting That The Official Osama Bin Laden Death Narrative Is Even Remotely True (tipggita32.wordpress.com)