Making a list and checking it twice – supporting terror

Vasko Kohlmayer took at look at Democrats, terrorists and ‘brotherly way‘ in a special to World Defense Review. He notes some of the positions and actions taken by the Democrats such as

  • tried to prevent us from listening on terrorists’ phone calls
  • sought to stop us from properly interrogating captured terrorists
  • tried to stop us from monitoring terrorists’ financial transactions
  • revealed the existence of secret national security programs
  • opposed vital components of the Patriot Act
  • sought to confer unmerited legal rights on terrorists
  • opposed profiling to identify the terrorists in our midst
  • impugned and demeaned our military
  • insinuated that the president is a war criminal
  • forced the resignation of a committed defense secretary
  • repeatedly tried to de-legitimize our war effort
  • want to quit the battlefield in the midst of war.

Is it any wonder that “America’s sworn enemy used the term ‘brotherly’ when referring to one of our major political parties?”

Perhaps equally telling is the logic and rationale used to support these views. That gets into an interesting study of intellectual integrity and the forms of nonsensical logical forms.

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