Monday, July 13, 2009

Keeping Score On Terrorists Released By Obama

From an Andy McCarthy post at The Corner:
  • Binyam Mohammed: jihadist plotting mass-murders against American cities — released outright.

  • Laith Qazali: abduction/murder of 5 U.S. soldiers in Karbala — released outright.

  • Irbil 5: Iranian IRGC operatives (i.e., the same guys who murdered 19 of our air force at Khobar Towers in '96) coordinating Iraqi terrorist operations that have killed HUNDREDS of U.S. forces in Iraq since 2003 — released outright.

  • New Black Panther Party operatives on videotape intimidating anti-Obama voters — charges dropped after DOJ had already won the case.

  • CIA Interrogators who obtained information that saved countless American lives — under investigation.

  • Bush officials who deliberated over national-security policies that prevented another 9/11 (many of which the Holder/Obama DOJ have defended in court and, however inadvertently, in Congress) — under investigation.
After getting a sense of Obama's priorities--not only in terms of those who threaten US security as opposed to those who defend it, but also in terms of those countries he coddles as opposed to those he condemns--it may be appropriate to bring up a question that has not been asked yet during the Obama administration:

Do you feel safer now?

Having asked the question, I just did a quick search and found this:


At this point, this is more than a mere political issue.

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