Friday, July 21, 2006

On calling a spade a spade...

PA. Congressman Rick Santorum hit the nail on the head in defining our enemy:
Islamic Fascism the Enemy, Not Terror, Says Santorum
By Monisha Bansal Staff Writer
July 21, 2006

( - The United States is not fighting a war against terrorism so much as a war against Islamic fascism, U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) said Thursday. But a spokesman for the Council on American Islamic Relations said Santorum's argument only empowers "extremists."
And just how does it "empower" extremists, CAIR? By making the "poor widdle muswim extwemists" "mad" because we're rightfully labeling them the enemy? Does not doing so decrease the amount of beheadings and bombings of innocent people, CAIR? Your organization is none better than Koffi Annan's corrupt United Nations!

Rick Santorum goes on to squarely define our enemy:
"Some say we're fighting a war on terror. That's like saying World War II was a war on blitzkrieg. Terror, like blitzkrieg is a tactic of war, used by our enemy," said Santorum at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. "It is not the enemy.

"In World War II we fought Nazism and Japanese imperialism. Today, we are fighting against Islamic fascism," he said.

Santorum labeled Islamic fascism "truly evil" and added that it poses "as big a threat today as Nazism or Soviet Communism."

"Islamic fascism is the great test of this generation," he said

Amen, Mr. Santorum. Amen.