August 11, 2006, - 7:35 am

Get a Clue: Chertoff, Gonzalez, Mueller, et al Need to Play Terrorist Wheel of Fortune

So British authorities, Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff, Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, and FBI Director Robert Mueller still won’t properly identify the Brits in the terror plot or other terrorists in our midst. They won’t properly identify Egyptian “student” aliens who fled into the great American abyss. They all have one thing in common.
Here’s a hint–one of these guys fasted for Ramadan during the height of the high school football season:


Islamic Terrorists Ali Houssaiky and Osama Sabhi Abulhassan

(Read about them and .)

Now maybe you can figure it out, guys:

Terrorist Wheel of Fortune by David Lunde

Here’s another one:
“R – L – G – – N OF P – – CE”
That one, they seem to know well. (Hint: We call it “RoP” for brevity in extreme ephemisms.)
They still don’t get it, but at least their boss, President Bush, finally does. Yesterday, he called them “Islamic fascists.” Well, it’s about time. Better too late than never.

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7 Responses

I love you, Debbie!!! The Wheel of Fortune image is priceless!
I noticed that the BBC cannot bring itself to use the word “Muslim” when describing the terrorists that were recently arrested. Instead, they called them “Asians.” Yeah, when I think of terror, I think of nerdy Chinese boys wearing glasses and pouring over calculus problems . . .

AmericanJewess on August 11, 2006 at 8:20 am

For that statement, the President got slashed at by CAIR. Islamofascism is admittedly a mouthful to swallow. But as a word, it describes the adversary we’re facing and the beliefs that motivate him to attack Israel, Jews and America. Much of our elites are still afflicted by Jihad Denial Syndrome. I can only retch when I think of Crazy Mike Wallace’s “interview” with Iran’s Haman and he came away impressed. With today’s attitudes, had television existed in the 1930s, Hitler would have come across as warm and personable too. Our eyes can deceive us even though in our hearts we do know the truth.

NormanF on August 11, 2006 at 8:56 am

You’ve outdone yourself this time. The Wheel of Fortune is just too funny and right on the mark.

BobG on August 11, 2006 at 9:08 am

In England, people from the Indian sub-continent are referred to as ‘Asians’ unlike the United States where only people from East Asia are referred to as ‘Asians’.

lawman on August 11, 2006 at 9:22 am

Nope! Just your everyday, average “All American” Boys. We should only be concerned with looking over a “broad strata” of potential terrorism suspects and not just isolate on just 1 demographic (Middle Eastern Males between 18-40 years of age). (/sarcmode)

Yiddish Steel on August 11, 2006 at 11:05 am

They look like they might be Mennonites.

Thee_Bruno on August 11, 2006 at 11:23 am

Actually, I refer to it as the Religion of Piece (of arm, of leg, of torso).

pdigaudio on August 11, 2006 at 10:20 pm

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