The Dove's Are Back - Time to Cut and Run
- 2003 Marriott Hotel bombing occurred on 5 August 2003 in Jakarta, Indonesia. A suicide bomber detonated a car bomb outside the lobby of the JW Marriott Hotel, killing twelve people and injuring 150. All those killed where Indonesian with the exception of one Dutch businessman.
- The 2004 Madrid train bombings (also known as 11-M, 3/11, 11/3 and M-11) were a series of coordinated bombings against the commuter train system of Madrid, Spain on the morning of 11 March 2004, which killed 192 people and wounded 2,050. (Spain succumbed to supporting the war in Iraq and voted in a Socialist majority government and withdrew their troops. Italy now has a Socialist majority and has withdrawn it's troops from Iraq.)
- The Jakarta embassy bombing took place on September 9, 2004 in Jakarta, Indonesia. A car bomb exploded outside the Australian embassy at Kuningan District, South Jakarta, at about 10:30 local time (03:30 UTC), killing several people including the suicide bomber, and wounding over 140 others. Damage to the nearby Chinese embassy was also reported.
- The 7 July 2005 London bombings were a series of coordinated bomb blasts that struck London's public transport system during the morning rush hour. Fifty-two people were murdered in the attacks; the four said to be the perpetrators also died, and about 700 injured, of whom about 100 required overnight hospital treatment or more. The incident was the deadliest single act of terrorism in the United Kingdom since Lockerbie (the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 which killed 270), and the deadliest bombing in London since the Second World War.
- The 2005 Bali bombings were a series of explosions that occurred on October 1, 2005, in Bali, Indonesia. Bombs exploded at two sites in Jimbaran and Kuta, both in south Bali. Twenty-three people were killed, including three bombers.
This doesn't count the endless suidcide bombings and terrorist act still going on in Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey, Israel and around the world. See this list of hundreds of acts of terror around the world.
Authorities in Britain disrupted a terrorist plan to blow up as many as six airplanes simultaneously in mid-flight on their way from Britain to the United States today. The terrorists have become more creative in their design as they attempt to carry on luggage suspected of containing two liquids that could be mixed on board, during flight to execute a bombing.
It's not time to "cut and run", it's time to ramp up efforts to thwart future attacks. Liberals such as Ned Lamont, George Soros and the ranting imbeciles at the Daily Kos are full of so much hate they are as blind and dangerous as the Mullah's of Islam.
Liberals are soft on war and soft on terror. The Ned Lamont's of the left wish to divert money from Iraq to our "needs back home." Lamont never mentions security and safety. He is now the poster child of the American Left.
We need to support Israel in it's effort to destroy Hezbollah, we need to increase efforts to stop terrorism in Iraq and we need to support the idea that terrorism is not going away.
As I quoted Ayatollah Khomeini, from an 11th-grade Iranian schoolbook earlier this week, we should take note. Khomeini wrote, "I am decisively announcing to the whole world that if the world-devourers [i.e., the infidel powers] wish to stand against our religion, we will stand against their whole world and will not cease until the annihilation of all them. Either we all become free, or we will go to the greater freedom which is martyrdom. Either we shake one another's hands in joy at the victory of Islam in the world, or all of us will turn to eternal life and martyrdom. In both cases, victory and success are ours."
Rest assured, the Liberals have only one plan, a plan to gain power. Forget security, it will be more taxes, more spending on pork projects and terrorist attacks on our homeland. In the end, Liberals are soft on terror and would rather talk in the U.N. and listen to France. In the Liberals view negotiating with terrorists is better than securing our lives and defending our freedom.
The Ned Lamont victory over Joe Lieberman shouldn't be considered a referendum on the war in Iraq, it should be a referendum on how weak the socialist Liberals are on the war against terror.