Osama parrots the left

Obama bin Laden is apparently modifying his image and adopting the role of elder statesman for the world. Here as reported in the NY Times is his recent advice:
"Talk about climate change is not an ideological luxury but a reality," Mr. bin Laden was quoted as saying in a report on Al Jazeera's English-language Web site. "All of the industrialized countries, especially the big ones, bear responsibility for the global warming crisis."

How long before some left loonie suggests pardoning bin Laden of past transgressions so that he might step forward and help solve the world's problems? Certainly his position on climate change is consistent with theirs and might have been able to convert Copenhagen into the success that President Obama could not. This type of wisdom is too important to allow minor past offenses to stand in the way of valuable contributions to noble causes. Besides, it appears as though bin Laden has turned over a new leaf:

In the message broadcast on Friday, Mr. bin Laden veered away from his traditional vows to inflict death and destruction on the United States, and instead discussed climate change, globalization and monetary policy in a message that he said was directed to "the whole world."

Apparently, in an effort to ingratiate himself further with the loonie left, he invoked one of their heroes:

"Noam Chomsky was correct when he compared the U.S. policies to those of the Mafia," Al Jazeera quoted Mr. bin Laden as saying. "They are the true terrorists and therefore we should refrain from dealing in the U.S. dollar and should try to get rid of this currency as early as possible."

Bin Laden's wisdom is too important to withhold from the world. Just think how much good could be achieved if we were able to tap his knowledge regarding global warming, world hunger, etc. Are we not hurting ourselves by forcing this intelligence to remain in hiding?

How long will it be before some fool proposes that this mass murderer has too much to offer to not be pardoned?

Monty Pelerin www.economicnoise.com


Obama bin Laden is apparently modifying his image and adopting the role of elder statesman for the world. Here as reported in the NY Times is his recent advice:

"Talk about climate change is not an ideological luxury but a reality," Mr. bin Laden was quoted as saying in a report on Al Jazeera's English-language Web site. "All of the industrialized countries, especially the big ones, bear responsibility for the global warming crisis."

How long before some left loonie suggests pardoning bin Laden of past transgressions so that he might step forward and help solve the world's problems? Certainly his position on climate change is consistent with theirs and might have been able to convert Copenhagen into the success that President Obama could not. This type of wisdom is too important to allow minor past offenses to stand in the way of valuable contributions to noble causes. Besides, it appears as though bin Laden has turned over a new leaf:

In the message broadcast on Friday, Mr. bin Laden veered away from his traditional vows to inflict death and destruction on the United States, and instead discussed climate change, globalization and monetary policy in a message that he said was directed to "the whole world."

Apparently, in an effort to ingratiate himself further with the loonie left, he invoked one of their heroes:

"Noam Chomsky was correct when he compared the U.S. policies to those of the Mafia," Al Jazeera quoted Mr. bin Laden as saying. "They are the true terrorists and therefore we should refrain from dealing in the U.S. dollar and should try to get rid of this currency as early as possible."

Bin Laden's wisdom is too important to withhold from the world. Just think how much good could be achieved if we were able to tap his knowledge regarding global warming, world hunger, etc. Are we not hurting ourselves by forcing this intelligence to remain in hiding?

How long will it be before some fool proposes that this mass murderer has too much to offer to not be pardoned?

Monty Pelerin www.economicnoise.com