Another Man-caused Disaster

Russ Vaughn
The Obama administration and its public affairs department, the liberal media, go to ridiculous extremes to convince the American people that we are not at war with Muslims but rather with only a tiny minority segment of cave-dwelling, Middle Eastern zealots who happen to have it in for us for some unfathomable reason. In spite of the politically-correct labeling of terrorist attacks as man-caused disasters, perhaps there are real reasons to suspect that such attacks could be more correctly identified as "Muslim-caused disasters."
At his trial this week, Faisal Shahzad, better known as the Times Square bomber, justified his terrorist attack thusly:

Shahzad, 30, admitted 10 charges, including the attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction and attempted terrorism transcending national borders. He described himself as "a Muslim soldier" at war with the US.
And:

When the judge asked him if he had cared that children could have been killed he responded: "One has to understand where I'm coming from. I consider myself ... a Muslim soldier.

"It's a war. I am part of the answer to the US terrorising the Muslim nations and the Muslim people. On behalf of that, I'm revenging the attack. Living in the United States, Americans only care about their people but they don't care about the people elsewhere in the world when they die."

Uh, Mr. President, Secretary Napolitano, what part of "Muslim soldier" do you not understand?

The Obama administration and its public affairs department, the liberal media, go to ridiculous extremes to convince the American people that we are not at war with Muslims but rather with only a tiny minority segment of cave-dwelling, Middle Eastern zealots who happen to have it in for us for some unfathomable reason. In spite of the politically-correct labeling of terrorist attacks as man-caused disasters, perhaps there are real reasons to suspect that such attacks could be more correctly identified as "Muslim-caused disasters."
At his trial this week, Faisal Shahzad, better known as the Times Square bomber, justified his terrorist attack thusly:

Shahzad, 30, admitted 10 charges, including the attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction and attempted terrorism transcending national borders. He described himself as "a Muslim soldier" at war with the US.
And:

When the judge asked him if he had cared that children could have been killed he responded: "One has to understand where I'm coming from. I consider myself ... a Muslim soldier.

"It's a war. I am part of the answer to the US terrorising the Muslim nations and the Muslim people. On behalf of that, I'm revenging the attack. Living in the United States, Americans only care about their people but they don't care about the people elsewhere in the world when they die."

Uh, Mr. President, Secretary Napolitano, what part of "Muslim soldier" do you not understand?