Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Winning the war on terror



Between January 1st and July 28th. more than 2700 Taliban, Al-Qaeda and other Islamo-Fascist terrorists have been sent to Allah and the 72 virgins. Since the war on terror began in Afghanistan, over 24,000 terrorists have been eliminated in that theater of battle.

Since the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom, at least 22,000+ Al-Qaeda, Islamo-Fascist and insurgents have been regulated to martyrdom. It is estimated that 30,000 Iraqi military personnel were killed in the initial invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.

With the success of the surge violence continues to decline in Iraq, down 85% from last year and Al-Qaeda is on the run. The United States just removed 550 metric tons of "yellowcake" — the seed material for higher-grade nuclear enrichment — from Saddam's failed nuclear weapons program.

I realize that most Americans have not seen the number of terrorist deaths inflicted by our armed forces. The liberal media would like you to think that only American soldiers and innocent civilians are getting killed. They also would like you to think that President Bush and our military are failures and torturers.

Americans should take comfort in the knowledge that America "is" winning the war on terror. Democrats in general and liberals in particular have fought Pesident Bush in his waging of war and delayed our victory in the process. If Obama is elected as the 44th President of the United States, I feel the tide will turn back towards the Islamo-fascists.

UPDATE-Afghanistan: As of 8-22-2008-There are now 3500 Islamo-fascist terrorists that have been sent to Allah this year alone. Nice work of our coalition forces wouldn't you say?

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2 comments:

  1. Keep up the great work!

    Although I am worried, I just saw a local News

    report predicting that John McCain will loose his

    home state of Arizona!!!


    CBS 5 News: Will McCain loose Arizona?


    Is this for real??!!

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  2. Greg, Thanks for reading and the comments. I think that I read that it was considered a toss-up last week after McCain led for the last few months. Do not fret my friend-McCain will not lose AZ. These polls will change a considerable amount after the conventions. That is when the race really begins.

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