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Posted on 04/18/2013 10:11:02 AM PDT by Perseverando
Exclusive: Erik Rush responds to Islamist-defenders' eruption over his bombing tweet
Back in the late 1970s when Jimmy Carter was president, many such as myself found it disgusting that our government was telegraphing weakness abroad and that the political left was ingraining cowardice into Americans worldview, specifically in their efforts to transform us into people who regularly defer to our enemies and against better judgment. Then, in November 1979, the Iran Hostage Crisis came about, and regular Americans were reminded that we did have enemies in the world.
Immediately after the bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, public speculation began as to the cause. Although it was and remains more than a tad irritating, the conjecture by members of the establishment press as to the possibility of the culprit being the tea party or a tax protest group ought not have been unexpected.
Circumstances being what they have been in recent years, many on my side of the political fence considered the possibility of Islamists having carried out another attack. After all, bombing does fall within the modus operandi of jihadists, who continue to call for death to America across the globe, whereas neither the tea party nor tax protest groups have blown up anything.
In addition to that, there is the abysmal foreign policy and national security record of the Obama administration and its clandestine ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. In fact, last month, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul and subcommittee members were moved to inquire of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano as to why DHS had extended a trusted traveler program to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This program allows expedited clearance for pre-approved, low
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9-11 separated the outraged patriotic citizens from the fearful and gutless residents. Apparently nearly all "journalists" belong to the latter.