Discussion in 'Middle East - General' started by nbdysfu, Oct 30, 2004.
Sounds like a democrat to me. :cof:
Sounds like he's slamming American government in general, not a political party.
"We had no difficulty in dealing with Bush and his administration because they resemble the regimes in our countries, half of which are ruled by the military and the other half by the sons of kings. . . . They have a lot of pride, arrogance, greed and thievery.
He [Bush] adopted despotism and the crushing of freedoms from Arab rulers and called it the Patriot Act under the guise of combating terrorism. . . .
It never occurred to us that the commander in chief of the American forces would leave 50,000 citizens in the two towers to face those horrors alone at a time when they most needed him because he thought listening to a child discussing her goat and its ramming was more important than the planes and their ramming of the skyscrapers."
Micheal Moore couldn't have said it better.
I'll tell ya what makes OBL a Democrat. Think about it. He attacks us, we respond, yet somehow his attacking us is our fault. He says he will leave us alone, if we leave them alone. Well, on 9-11, we weren't doing anything when he attacked us, so his comments hold no water.
Except we were funneling billions of dollars of money and material to Israel to support them militarily and economically.
Yet again, Bin Laden does not hate all Americans. He hates the American government for its unwavering support of Israel.
His ultimate goal: The Destruction of Israel.
If we remove ourselves from that picture, suddenly Bin Laden has no rallying cry. Our support of Israel needs to end. At this point in the game they are strong enough to fend off any attack from their neighbors and probably from at least a few of them at the same time, not to mention that they have nuclear weapons (ours).
It's time to reevaluate our foreign policy in the Middle East, because what we're doing now, is not working.
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