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Would Democrats Kick Potential Terrorists Off A Plane?

Imagine if you will that the entire US of A is actually a jetliner with the markings of “US Airways”.  And in a post-9/11 world, the following situation happens:

Witnesses said three of the imams were praying loudly in the concourse and repeatedly shouted “Allah” when passengers were called for boarding US Airways Flight 300 to Phoenix. 

“I was suspicious by the way they were praying very loud,” the gate agent told the Minneapolis Police Department. 

Passengers and flight attendants told law-enforcement officials the imams switched from their assigned seats to a pattern associated with the September 11 terrorist attacks and also found in probes of U.S. security since the attacks — two in the front row first-class, two in the middle of the plane on the exit aisle and two in the rear of the cabin.

“That would alarm me,” said a federal air marshal who asked to remain anonymous. “They now control all of the entry and exit routes to the plane.” 

A pilot from another airline said: “That behavior has been identified as a terrorist probe in the airline industry.”

We know now, based on evidence, that a Republican President will err on the side of security and preemptive action if there is a perceived terrorist threat.  We also know, based on repeated statements by their leaders that the Democrats favor a post-attack posture.  For Democrats, Terror = Law Enforcement Response.

So I ask my fellow Americans…. if you were on this US Airways flight and this suspicious behavior by the Imams began, who would you want as your pilot and flight attendants?   George Bush, Condi Rice and Dick Cheney?   Or Nancy Pelosi, Charles Rangel and Alcee Hastings?

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

Newt or Impaler? 2008 Predictions

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 10:37 am - November 28, 2006.
Filed under: 2008 Presidential Politics

No one really knows who will be the Republican or Democrat Presidential nominee in two years.  Well, maybe Hiro knows.

But I am going to make the following two predictions.

First, while he may not be the nominee, Newt Gingrich will define the issues and focus of the GOP campaign and has already begun to do so

MANCHESTER, N.H. –Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Monday that First Amendment rights need to be expanded and cited the elimination of McCain-Feingold campaign finance reforms as one solution.

Gingrich, a Republican, suggested allowing people to give any amount to any candidate as long as the donation is reported online within 24 hours.

“Just as tax lawyers always succeed in out-thinking the (Internal Revenue Service) because they stay after five and the IRS goes home, the private-sector lawyers will always out-think the (Federal Election Commission) because they stay after five and the FEC goes home,” Gingrich told about 400 people at the Nackey Scripps Loeb First Amendment Awards Honors dinner.

“We are the only society to say power comes from God to you personally and you loan part to the state,” Gingrich said. “It doesn’t begin with the lawyers , with the bureaucrats… If there is no creator, where do your rights comes from?”

My personal preference at the moment is Rudy Giuliani, but I have my eye on Newt as I think he would make a fantastic American leader in a time of turmoil.  A Rudy-Newt ticket would be even better.

My second prediction:  Neither the Republicans nor the Democrats will choose Jonathon “The Impaler” Sharkey as their Presidential nominee.




But I am going to have a fun time following the vampire’s campaign!

-Bruce (GayPatriot)