Sociable

Monday, April 19, 2010

Isolated Incidents

Dec 30 2009

On June 1st, 24-year-old Abu Hhakim Mujahid Muhammad shot and killed Private William Long and injured Private Quentin Ezeagwula when he opened fire on a Little Rock recruitment center. It was termed by the Administration “an isolated incident”
On November 5th, Major Nidal Malik Hasan shot and killed 13 individuals and injured thirty more while shouting ‘Alluh Ackbar’ at Fort Hood. It was termed by the Administration an “isolated incident.”
When Umar Farouk Abdulmutallb ignited, but failed to detonate a bomb on Northwest Airlines Flight 253 he injured two other passengers, but very nearly killed 289 passengers and countless more on the ground. The Obama Administration has called it an ‘isolated incident” even though Al Qaeda has claimed responsibility for the planning, funding, and implementation.
So why are the President and his Administration so reluctant to see what is so obvious to the rest of us; Al Qaeda is still at war with us, even if we no longer use the term “War on Terror.” Are they in denial, or just ashamed that the horrible George W. Bush kept us safe for seven years and this Administration has failed three times within the first year?

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