Obama Gives Al Qaeda a Pass

Ann Kane

Please tell me this nightmare will be over soon. What kind of person in this world would characterize ruthless, evil, filthy, and beheading sadists as “a sorry band of men?”  The President of the United States in a memorial address at the Pentagon on Saturday 9/11, that’s who.

“It was not a religion that attacked us that September day -- it was al-Qaeda, a sorry band of men which perverts religion.”

Obama must not have read the terrorists’ manifesto after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Here’s an excerpt from David Horowitz discoverthenetworks.org:

An al Qaeda manifesto titled “Why We Fight America,” which was made public in June 2002, expresses radical Islam’s agenda with abundant clarity:

“... America is the head of heresy in our modern world, and it leads an infidel democratic regime that is based upon separation of religion and state and on ruling the people by ... laws that contradict the way of Allah.... [Therefore], we have the right to kill 4 million Americans – 2 million of them children – and to exile twice as many and wound and cripple hundreds of thousands. Furthermore, it is our right to fight them with chemical and biological weapons ...”

Obama said we are not at war with Islam, but on the other hand, he did not say we are at war with radical Islam. Instead he continues to use soft language when describing the terrorists. In addition, the president’s speech writers have done a bang-up job with pretty diversionary words like:

They may wish to drive us apart, but we will not give in to their hatred and prejudice," he said. "For Scripture teaches us to 'get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice.’

If we took away his speechwriters, his Teleprompters, and his power, and sat him down and asked him what he really thought about Islam and America, who knows what he would say. Perhaps he would go into a rant about the evils of homegrown terrorists, and accuse white conservatives of “clinging to their guns and religion.” Or maybe he would flash his broad, staged smile, and stare into our eyes, and tell us everything we want to hear. One thing for sure, he’s not capable of giving us a straight answer.

We may not know Obama’s real views about anything, but his actions mirror the practices of taqiyya, the Islamic principle of lying. Every time he uses the weight of his office to circumvent our Constitution; every time he uses the federal government to slam an unjust lawsuit against a state; and every time he mouths the words of the Holy Bible to ingratiate himself to Christians who actually still believe him, he lies in order to further his agenda.

How much more can we take, America?

Please tell me this nightmare will be over soon. What kind of person in this world would characterize ruthless, evil, filthy, and beheading sadists as “a sorry band of men?”  The President of the United States in a memorial address at the Pentagon on Saturday 9/11, that’s who.

“It was not a religion that attacked us that September day -- it was al-Qaeda, a sorry band of men which perverts religion.”

Obama must not have read the terrorists’ manifesto after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Here’s an excerpt from David Horowitz discoverthenetworks.org:

An al Qaeda manifesto titled “Why We Fight America,” which was made public in June 2002, expresses radical Islam’s agenda with abundant clarity:

“... America is the head of heresy in our modern world, and it leads an infidel democratic regime that is based upon separation of religion and state and on ruling the people by ... laws that contradict the way of Allah.... [Therefore], we have the right to kill 4 million Americans – 2 million of them children – and to exile twice as many and wound and cripple hundreds of thousands. Furthermore, it is our right to fight them with chemical and biological weapons ...”

Obama said we are not at war with Islam, but on the other hand, he did not say we are at war with radical Islam. Instead he continues to use soft language when describing the terrorists. In addition, the president’s speech writers have done a bang-up job with pretty diversionary words like:

They may wish to drive us apart, but we will not give in to their hatred and prejudice," he said. "For Scripture teaches us to 'get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice.’

If we took away his speechwriters, his Teleprompters, and his power, and sat him down and asked him what he really thought about Islam and America, who knows what he would say. Perhaps he would go into a rant about the evils of homegrown terrorists, and accuse white conservatives of “clinging to their guns and religion.” Or maybe he would flash his broad, staged smile, and stare into our eyes, and tell us everything we want to hear. One thing for sure, he’s not capable of giving us a straight answer.

We may not know Obama’s real views about anything, but his actions mirror the practices of taqiyya, the Islamic principle of lying. Every time he uses the weight of his office to circumvent our Constitution; every time he uses the federal government to slam an unjust lawsuit against a state; and every time he mouths the words of the Holy Bible to ingratiate himself to Christians who actually still believe him, he lies in order to further his agenda.

How much more can we take, America?