The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round

RECEIVED Tue., Oct. 16, 2007

Dear Editor,
    Nancy Pelosi and her fellow neo-leftist Democratic congressional colleagues have passed a nonbinding resolution condemning Turkey for alleged genocide against Armenia during World War I. This putridly irresponsible act is a direct slap at America’s effort to defeat the worldwide jihadist campaign to conquer the world. Indeed, if the resolution is approved by the entire Congress, the Turkish government has made it clear that it will restrict cooperation with the U.S. military in the battle for Iraq. In the near term, this travesty would result in the unnecessary deaths of American troops in the Iraqi theatre of war. In the long term, it could mean American defeat in Iraq and a new dark age of worldwide Islamist tyranny.
    It is clear that this despicable proposal is a backdoor attempt to further the Democratic efforts to facilitate the surrender of America in Iraq. Since they have been unable to legislatively achieve U.S. defeat, they are now stooping to this horrid tactic. This newest sedition must be the final verdict against the neo-left Democrats. They are so ensconced in their desire for political and cultural power – e.g., socialistic enshrinement of class envy and morally vacant multiculturalism – that they are willing to sacrifice America to the Islamist despots. Of course, the supreme irony is that if they succeed, they will be the first to be tortured to death by the jihadists.
    We must realize that we are in World War IV. The Democrats are morally and intellectually incapable of comprehending this. There are millions of Islamists committed to the destruction of civilization resulting in the theocratic enslavement of humanity. If we allow the Democrats to succeed in their ongoing efforts to defeat America, the free world is doomed. For the sake of posterity, Democratic neo-leftists such as Pelosi must be forever condemned.
Vance McDonald
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