Sunday, August 13, 2006

GOOD NEWS AMERICA: It's Been a Half Decade

With the recent terror plot to blow up 10 airplanes headed for the United States from the UK thwarted, and then two men in Michigan arrested for suspicious activities...purchasing hundreds of cell phones, thought to be used for making calls and throwing them away so they can't be traced, everyone is thinking about the war on terrorism. After 9/11 - who thought we'd get through a year, let alone a 1/2 decade, without another attack on our soil here in America? We can thank God and be grateful for our government putting safeguards in place, including better intelligence, to protect us.

And while liberals try to politicize the war by saying it's President Bush's fault that terror has increased in the world because of the war in Iraq, it's really they who have tried to scare Americans into thinking we're weak, can't win, apply pressure to 'bring our troops home', etc.

Tony Snow, Press Spokesperson for the Present said that Pres. Bush gets up every day. He gets assessments of how scary the world really is. "You want to get scared? Look at the stuff he looks at every morning! He's been working very persistently at it. After September 11th, both political parties worked together. I'll tell you what. You want to put an end to politicization? Great. Everybody roll up their sleeves and figure out how to beat terrorists around the world. That's what we need to be doing right now."

It's good news we have a President who doesn't hold his finger up to the wind to see what position he's going to taken in the war on terror.


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