Friday, November 16, 2007
While timid, treasonous, and/or terrorist-apologizing 'tards tell us terrible things about him.
n Northeast Intelligence Network's "CAIR's objection to 30 seconds of truth," we find out which one's saying what every American needs to hear (emphases added):
- A 30-second television commercial called "Tough on Terror" began running in Iowa this week in advance of the January caucuses. Paid for by the funds from presidential candidate Rep. Tom Tancredo, the commercial depicts a hooded terrorist leaving a backpack at a shopping mall followed by a loud explosion[.] The commercial ends with "Tancredo ... before it's too late." Regardless of your political persuasion or feelings about the 2008 presidential candidate, Mr. Tancredo knows what he is talking about and his ad must be taken seriously.
According to current law enforcement threat assessments issued within the last several weeks, the threat of such an event is — play on words intended — dead-on accurate. Hence, Mr. Tancredo should win a first-place award for truth in advertising during a presidential campaign, and a medal of honor for taking on enemy fire for telling it like it is. In fact, contact last week with a high ranking member of a "mission-specific" Joint Terrorism Task Force verified that the amount of high-level intelligence that suggests such an event is likely to happen is at an all-time high.
The Religion of Peacema
and its bag of 10,000+ bodies
... hopefully not
coming to a theater or mall near you.
Labels: Religion of Decease, World War IV
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