Monday, March 10, 2008



The deranged Iowa extremist, Steve King, refuses to back down from his Friday racist tirade against Barack Obama.
"I will tell you that, if he is elected president, then the radical Islamists, the al Qaeda, the radical Islamists and their supporters, will be dancing in the streets in greater numbers than they did on Sept. 11, because they will declare victory in this war on terror... Additionally, his middle name (Hussein) does matter. … It matters because they read a meaning into that in the rest of the world. That has a special meaning to them. They will be dancing in the streets because of his middle name. They will be dancing in the streets because of who his father was and because of his posture that says: Pull out of the Middle East and pull out of this conflict."

Even after McCain's campaign insisted that King is not one of their surrogates and insinuated that they view him as over the edge and borderline insane, King went on Fox "News" to repeat his baseless charges and divisive hatemongering. He said he rejects McCain's disavowal. Today's Hill reminds readers that these lies about Obama were brought up earlier by a Hillary supporter, reactionary Democrat Bob Kerrey.

Less partisan observers have noted that al-Qaeda is worried that Obama will win and are all rooting for McBush who will continue George Bush policies who have benefited no one except his campaign contributors, business partners, Iran and... al-Qaeda. An anti-al-Qaeda Indian journalist reported after King's rant that "Republicans are just helping Al-Queda by spreading fear mongering. At the same time the party lawmakers claim that Al-Qaeda will dance if Obama is elected as the president of US."
Al-Queda is actually dancing on McCain’s hint US may stay in Iraq for 100 years. Mr. McCain just guaranteed Al-Queda 100 years of easy recruitment of moderate Muslims all over the world. His statement probably helped Bin Laden recruit another few thousands of moderate Muslims all over the world.

...These are the kind of politicians in the world who are the root cause of helping Al-Qaeda recruit moderate Muslims and spread terror all over the world.

Al-Qaeda wanted the war in Iraq so that they can get a firm base forever. They want US to attack Iran and other Muslim countries so that Al-Queda can spread their reign of terror, fear and blackmail.

Al-Qaeda and most of Islamist terrorists love these Republican war mongering politicians. They keep Al-Qaeda is business.

Think about a US President that is not perceived by the moderate Muslims as anti-Islamic! Al-Qaeda will be out of business in days. Moderate Muslims will fight against Al-Qaeda and put them down. Al-Qaeda survives on American politicians like Representative Steve King of Iowa who lives in the world of ignorance and lack of common sense.

The war against Al-Qaeda can be won only with shrewd diplomacy. They must be isolated as a bunch of thugs that no one wants. Look what happened in Iraq in the last six months. The coalition forces went nowhere fighting Al-Qaeda head on. But in the last six months, the US Military command made a very important decision to bring the Sunnis to their side. As Sunnis left the Al-Qaeda, the later is helpless in Iraq now.

The worst thing that can happen to Al-Qaeda is Obama’s victory in November. The underline business model of Al-Qaeda will be challenged. If moderate Muslims can ever feel they can trust a US President, their own supporters will eliminate Al-Qaeda and other terror outfits.


I'm sure McCain has some kind of line of criminality and obscene behavior that, when crossed, makes him severe ties with his associates. Apparently Iowa Congressman Steve King crossed that line. John Hagee's vicious bigotry hasn't. I wonder how many indictments have to be handed down before he tells someone they can't be co-chairman of his election campaign. Rick Renzi's 35 criminal indictments were too much and McCain boasted to reporters today that Renzi (R-AZ) was kicked off the Double Talk Express. Imagine being too unsavory for that batch of corrupt lobbyists he drags around with him!
McCain told reporters in Phoenix on Monday that he didn't know if Renzi had officially stepped down as a campaign co-chair.

But McCain says the congressman has taken himself out of doing any further campaign work.

McCain added that it's up to Renzi to decide whether he can still serve his congressional district.

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At 12:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gov. Spitzer involved in a prostitution ring!!! Any comments??

At 12:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it any wonder that John McCain could best be described, For Obvious Reasons, as none other than Indecision 2008's version of The Terrible-Tempered Mr. Bang, for all it's worth?


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