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Thursday, January 19, 2006

A truce? A truce you say? Letmethinkaboutitno!

Osama's latest missive sounds exactly like it was ghost written by Howard "Popping A Vein" Dean, John "Semper Fi...Not" Murtha, Nancy "Pullout" Pelosi, and Andrew "Torture, Torture, Squwaaaak! Sully Wants A Cracker" Sullivan. From BBC News:
I say: The war in Iraq is raging, and the operations in Afghanistan are on the rise in our favour, praise be to God.

...he [the American soldier] is between two bitter situations, something which puts him under psychological pressure - fear, humiliation, and coercion. Moreover, his people are careless about him.

...despite all the repressive measures the US army and its agents take to the point where there is no significant difference between these crimes and those of Saddam. These crimes include the raping of women and taking them hostage instead of their husbands.

If you like, read the humanitarian reports on the atrocities and crimes in the prisons of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo.

The wise ones [I wonder who bin Laden considers the "wise ones?"] know that Bush has no plan to achieve his alleged victory in Iraq.
Except for all the "God" references, that could have been any speech given by any Democrat. I bet Osama cribbed their notes, that naughty boy. Either that or Kos is on his list of daily reads.
We do not object to a long-term truce with you on the basis of fair conditions that we respect.
I'm a bit scared of what conditions they would consider "fair" and worthy of "respect."
We are a nation, for which God has disallowed treachery and lying.
Uhh, yeah riiiiight.
In this truce, both parties will enjoy security and stability and we will build Iraq and Afghanistan, which were destroyed by the war.

There is no defect in this solution other than preventing the flow of hundreds of billions to the influential people and war merchants in America, who supported Bush's election campaign with billions of dollars.

Hence, we can understand the insistence of Bush and his gang to continue the war.

If you have a genuine will to achieve security and peace, we have already answered you.
Hey, Osama, listen you dirty towel-head bastard: as the White House said today, "we don't negotiate with terrorists, we put them out of business." God willing we'll have your head on a spike in Times Square one day. Put your "truce" in your turban and smoke it.

The question now is, which Moonbat will be the first to say we should take Osama up on his offer?

U P D A T E : And the winner is (drum roll) Star Jones. Yes, Ms. Jones has said we should take Osama up on his offer of a truce and see if we can find a diplomatic way to settle our differences. From Drudge:
Star Jones has told viewers that the war on terror is nothing more than a clash of male egos between President Bush and Osama bin Laden, the NEW YORK POST reports.

She even suggested that Bush hold some kind of talk with the man behind 9/11.

"I won't trust him, but anything that gives me the opportunity to seek peace, I would at least check it out.

"People make deals with the devil all the time. We make deals with people we don't like," she said.

"You don't negotiate with terrorists," said Elisabeth Hasselbeck, the show's youngest host.

"You don't negotiate," Jones interrupted, "but I do think you figure out when there is a solution that's diplomatic that doesn't result in [loss of] human life.

"What do we have to lose to check it out?" Star said.

"You know what?" she then added, "At some point, one of these men has to put it back in his pants and zip up the zipper at some point."

"This isn't somebody whipping it out," shot co-host Meredith Vieira.

"You know what, I'm a little tired of posturing back and forth," Jones replied.
Star dear, take your own advice and ZIP IT.


Shawmut 1/21/2006 02:42:00 PM  

We paused to think about it at the
foothills of ToraBora. The ground leadership that had him bearded and cowering, slithering out through the caves called for additional forces to close him down completely. But Tenet replaced that leadership, infusing a bureaucracy into the effort. They "thought" about what to do next. He's free to make more tapes.
In bureaucracies capon reproduce while think-tankers only gargle.

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