Friday, September 07, 2007

Osama bin Laden voices displeasure with the United States Democratic Party

One thing is clear, if bin Laden were voting in America's presidential election he would definitely vote Democrat. Look at it from his perspective, if you want to terrorize the world in the name of Islam; you need a weak U.S. military which won't interfere......except for a symbolic aspirin factory bombing now and again. And a weak U.S. military with an attitude of cowardice in the face of war seems to be part of the Democratic party platform.

Osama bin Laden takes the Democrats to task because if there is one message they have consistently delivered, it is that they are the party of defeat. Daily, Democratic members of the U.S. Senate & House proclaim that we have been defeated in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are incorrect of course, but Democrats cling to the hope that if their pessimism is repeated in the mainstream media long enough, theirs will become a self-fulfilling prophecy; if that doesn't work then they'll threaten to cut-off funding to our troops.

Yet Osama bin Laden's political party of choice still has not delivered on that promise of defeat and withdrawal.....thus drawing harsh criticism found in his
latest videotape to the west:

"......the American people put them in power, and so far they have done nothing......"

The Democrats in congress had better implement their immediate plans for defeat & withdrawal else bin Laden might demand a political recall.

Filed under: When you cast a vote for the Democratic cast a vote for Osama bin Laden.

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