Osama Bin Laden is Dead, and We Are Still Losing the War

From Ron Pisaturo:

The evil monster Osama Bin Laden has been killed (shot in the head) by American military heroes. Good. But centuries from now, if civilization survives or is reborn, historians will write of this event as follows:

Even in announcing America’s killing of the leader of the particular terrorist organization that had committed the September 11 massacre, America’s President Obama reiterated and emphasized two notions that would lead to countless more American deaths. The first notion was “that the United States is not—and never will be—at war with Islam. (I’ve made clear, just as President Bush did shortly after 9/11, that our war is not against Islam.)” The second notion, derivative of the first—but one that even the ineffectual apologist for Islam, President G. W. Bush did not hold—was that the fundamental enemy of America was al Qaeda.

See the full post at Ron’s blog.

5 Responses to Osama Bin Laden is Dead, and We Are Still Losing the War

  1. Billtstrong May 3, 2011 at 12:32 am #

    I am happy that OBL is dead, executed. I am angry that the US military cowardly “respected” the dead man’s very same religion that inspired his mass murder when they ceremoniously, in Muslim tradition, bury his body at sea. This cowardice only fuels the enemy.

  2. Ken May 3, 2011 at 7:18 am #

    Is it just me, but I find it surreal that so many are celebrating the death of OBL in a culture that is strongly against capital punishment. The left wing must be privately gnashing their teeth.

  3. morrel1 May 3, 2011 at 2:51 pm #

    This creates an interesting paradox for Muslims. Westernized Muslims claiming Islam is a peaceful religion should be upset that he received an Islamic burial at sea. His religious burial associates bin Laden the terrorist with the religion of Islam. One would suspect self-respecting Muslims would want to distance bin Laden from their allegedly peaceful religion. Perhaps this is the root of the problem – perhaps Muslims have no self-respect and the resulting psychosis makes them fertile fodder for acts of terrorism. Had the US shown disrespect to his corpse it would have enraged more radical Muslims. The idea that we somehow owe this murderer a respectful burial is ridiculous. His body should have been preserved and displayed at the World Trade Center site as a gory reminder of the fate of those who oppose liberty and freedom.

  4. Guest May 4, 2011 at 10:08 pm #

    Ron Paul would also agree with Obama on this.

  5. shogun May 17, 2011 at 1:35 am #

    In pigs skin. Islamic animals believe this prevents their crazy murderers to get into “heaven”. 

    Our own hussein is a known traitor, no doubt, but in general US government betrayed our country when not responded to the worst act of GENOCIDE committed by iranian military: cruel murder of more than THREE THOUSAND our people – without declaration of war- much worse than Pearl Harbor.
    iranian military and industrial infrastructure should be destroyed, gold confiscated to rebuild WTC and to pay at least $200,000,000 to each victim (family) of this terrible genocide.
    Simple. And just.
    The fact that they had civilian dress does not change the fact that they were trained, assisted, inspired by iranian thugs.
    We do not owe anything to them, we do not need to re-build their society- they owe us: not to attack as!

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