You may have watched the GOP debate the other night and heard the heated exchange between Rudy and Ron (well at least heated on Rudy’s part) concerning Mr. Paul’s emphasis on the point that the responsibility for 911 lies with US Foreign policy. Let me state right off that I don’t believe this for a
minute (scratch that) second. Anyone including the far left that jammed the text message lines to skew the insta-poll after the debate in Paul’s favor, knows that this spin belies the know information about Fundamental Islamic strategy. Anyone that doesn’t believe that al Qaeda and other Islamists would and have been trying to bring down the west as an item of “faith” haven’t bothered to read or read about the materials captured thus far during the war nor listened to bin Laden’s own pronouncements on this issue. Bin Laden is quoted as saying that the US doesn’t have the will to fight and he cites as his evidence the precipitous exit from Mogadishu by Bill Clinton after “Blackhawk Down.” Also, they haven’t paid a bit of attention to the “Prophet” Mohammed’s writings in the Koran which states that all non believers (non Muslims) must be either: Converted, Subjugated or Killed. Where do you think the concept of Jihad came from? This is an item of faith for all Muslims other than those that are secularized or backslidden.
HELLO, how dare the left continue to spin on behalf of the Islamists and attribute anything else. They (the Islamists) have not only told us what they are going to do and how they are going to do it, but they have been implementing the plan for years and years. But I digress…………
But if Ron Paul is Right that it is the policy of the US that provoked 911, which the left couldn’t stop swooning over, it must be said that the commitment, planning, staffing, training and implementation of the 911 attack occurred during the Clinton era and it would be his Foreign Policy that is in question which precipitated the attack (which reasoning the left is still swooning over). I know they would like to have you jump to the conclusion that this is all Bush’s fault, but they can’t have it both ways.
My personal impression of Ron Paul in the debate was that of a weak kneed pretender that certainly doesn’t have what it takes to lead a nation, lest lead a nation through the maze of this World War we are confronting. There is a misplaced movement to remove Ron Paul from future Republican debates but I am close to endorsing just that.