Guantanaumo’s Circle Of Crime: Americans Will Die

alg_isreal_hamas.jpgOops. They did it again. America released enemy combatant al Qaeda members from Guantanamo and they tried to kill more Americans. If you missed the in-depth coverage from our elite state media, two terrorists released back in November 2007 were behind the al Qaeda plot to blow up the Northwest Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Detroit. They have been identified as Guantanamo prisoner #333, Muhamad Attik al-Harbi, and prisoner #372, Said Ali Shari. Our glorious government agreed to release the men after Saudi Arabia accepted them into “art therapy rehab.”

How stupid. Those art schools are full of liberal hippies. Thats like sending a pig into a river of mud.

Even more idiotic is the assumption that closing Guantanamo will keep America safer. Sending enemy combatants back to their terrorist soil will only ignite their efforts to cause harm to Americans by making them survivors of so-called American torture. They will regroup, reload and return to kill. Evidently, terrorists in Yemen do not honor Obama’s world citizenship. Terrorists do not get chill up their legs when hearing Obama speak, either.

How many Americans will die before the Obama administration acknowledges that we are at war? It will be many. The evidence can be seen in his commandment to his government pawns:

I’ve directed my national security team to keep up the pressure on those who would attack our country.

No, Mr. President. Do not put pressure on our enemies! We don’t know what that means, but don’t do it! Sounds too much like torture to me!

Wait a minute. If our security team can contact and put pressure on those who would attack us; then, why are they not locked up somewhere? Why are we allowing potential attackers to continue being a threat to America? That sounds like a security breach to me.

Obama will not get serious about security in the US until many Americans die. Terrorists will continue to attack the US until they send a clear answer to Obama. “Apology accepted, Mr. President.”

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