March 19, 2011, - 10:01 pm
From the halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli,
We fight our country’s battles in the air, on land and sea.
First to fight for right and freedom, and to keep our honor clean.
As I’ve noted before, Libya is NOT our country’s battle, and we should have stayed out of it. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with freedom or American honor. On the contrary, it has everything to do with pointlessly forcing out the dictator with whom the U.S. had an agreement, a rapprochement, and from which the oil companies extract a lot of what eventually becomes our gasoline, and replacing that with Islamic extremists who are far worse than the Qaddafi devil we know. There isn’t even a purpose or plan in place.
So, why the heck are we wasting U.S. resources and spending billions to bomb the shores of Tripoli, as the U.S. began doing today with air strikes? More proof that we are just like Vladimir Lenin predicted in claiming we would sell them the rope on which to hang ourselves. Except he got one thing wrong. We didn’t sell the rope. Today, we are giving it away for free. And, actually, we will pay the expensive price for those fireworks, in oil, in leaders who make deals with us and whom we betray, in the horrid results of bolstering into power an Islamo-fascist government with people not wearing the wacky wardrobe of Qaddafi but the serious, focused wardrobe of HAMAS and the Muslim Brotherhood and the Al-Qaeda network. Perhaps Obama just wants to make things consistent, since the fellow co-religionists of his Muslim father have spread their population and extremism to the halls of Montezuma, too. You’ll note the U.S. and the other Allied Forces are not bombing south of Surt, because the areas south of there are firmly in the hand of the Muslim animals . . . er, “rebels.”
It’s ironic that tonight at sundown the Jewish holiday of Purim began (and I’ll post about that later). In the true story behind the holiday, there is an extremely foolish king, Xerxes I (Achashverosh, in Hebrew), who does the bidding of the evil Haman (the enemy of the Jewish people), signing decrees to send his armies to do battle against the Jewish people.
Today, Xerxes I is not in Persia. He’s the President of the U.S., and his name is Obama. For all his reputed “smartness,” the Harvard Law Grad is a fool a la Xerxes. Today, he sent U.S. planes and bombs–again, at a cost of billions to U.S. taxpayers who can’t afford it–to help the descendants of Haman take over Libya, so that they can harass the West, Christians, Jews, and Israel from a stronger, more powerful position. But even Xerxes, implored by Queen Esther, saw the error of his ways and took corrective measures to prevent what was to come. Obama didn’t and we’ll see the awful results for a long time, throughout the Middle East and at the pump.
And you can also blame Republicans and so-called conservatives like Sean Hannity, John McCain, and Mitch McConnell, all of whom demanded Obama help the Libyan “rebels” (translation: HAMASniks, Libyan edition).
Just wait for $6-$8 per gallon of gas when the “rebels” take over. Vladimir Lenin is smiling from his tomb.
I said it before, and I’ll say it again: the U.S. should have stayed out of Libya … and let allah sort it out. This isn’t our fight.
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