Our nation faces a threat to our freedoms, and the stakes could not be higher.
We've seen that type of hate before -- and the only possible response is to confront it, and to defeat it. This new enemy seeks to destroy our freedom and impose its views.
Our nation does face a threat to our freedoms. And it is true that the stakes could not be higher. There are just over two weeks to go before November 7, and we must confront this enemy, and defeat it.
Oh sure, they may use underhanded tactics, and they may hate our freedoms, but they are nothing but criminal thugs and pockets of dead enders. But remember, the population at large doesn't like what they are doing,and they want a return to a normal, peaceful life where they can enjoy the same freedoms that a democracy has.
We have the terrorists on the run. We're keeping them on the run. One by one, the terrorists are learning the meaning of American justice.
As we fight this war, we will remember where it began -- here, in our own country. This government is taking unprecedented measures to protect our people and defend our homeland.
"Freedom's untidy, and free people are free to make mistakes and commit crimes and do bad things. They're also free to live their lives and do wonderful things. And that's what's going to happen here."
Looting, he added, was not uncommon for countries that experience significant social upheaval. "Stuff happens," --A cranky senile old geezer, April 12, 2003.
"We will succeed in Iraq, just like we did in Afghanistan. We will stand up a new government under an Iraqi-drafted constitution. We will defeat that insurgency, and, in fact, it will be an enormous success story."--A lying bastard who has no heart, June 2005
Except, this time, the outcome will be different.
We have the right people in charge. We will drive out the enemy. We will stand up a new government, defeat that republican party, and it will be an enormous success story.
Now, let's finish the job.