Dems On McCain's Death

Dems On McCain's Death
Dems On McCain’s Death

Sen. John McCain died… as expected, given his medical condition.¬† And, almost equally expected, the Dems¬† and many of the Leftists who employ them came out to laud him in requiem.

At first this might seem odd. After all, they had consistently a viciously attacked him in 2008 and never really quit doing so since he was so obviously among the “rightfully hated,” i.e., an “Old White Man.” It is not, however, that odd. McCain redeemed himself in the eyes of the Dems and the Left with his open and shameless hatred of President Trump.

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So…Wikileaks

Wikileaks LogoThat Was Then

America’s domestic enemies, the Liberals and Progressives, have to-date been quite enamored of- and staunchly supportive of Julian Assange’s anarcho-terrorist organization, Wikileaks. They’ve heralded Wikileaks as soldiers in the war against America and her allies and lent whatever material and emotion aid and comfort to Assange and his cronies that they could.

This Is Now

But now that Wikileaks has turned traitor, as it were, to the Liberals’ and Progressives’ cause and published data that indicates the Democrats committed election fraud in order to get their boy, Obama elected, can we expect this to change and for Wikileaks to be a valid target in their eyes?

Wikileaks recently published stolen internal email from the private intelligence and analysis firm, Stratfor which indicate that Black Democrats in Philadelphia, PA and various locations in Ohio did, in fact commit election in the 2008 presidential elections and that Senator McCain knew about it but refused to press charges or go public with the data for the good of the nation.

The black Dems were caught stuffing the ballot boxes in Philly and Ohio as reported the night of the election and Sen. McCain chose not to fight. The matter is not dead inside the party. It now becomes a matter of sequence now as to how and when to “out”.

Making public such accusations without deriding editorials, especially when they involve Philadelphia and Ohio where voting “irregularities” were complain of and ignored by the Obama Regime, is a direct violation of current Liberal and Progressive orthodoxy. Will the Left remain silent on such heresy?

Worse perhaps, Wikileaks disseminated the documents without sanitizing them. Those documents hit the public while still pinpointing Blacks as the criminal element having committed election fraud in order to “elect” their First Black President. According to the Leftists’ dogma that’s racist. Will the Liberals and Progressives still support such a racist organization as Wikileaks?

In the wake of Wikileaks’ turning against Obama by publishing evidence of his being “elected” through the criminal activities of Black Democrats will the Liberals and Progressives continue to support and lend aid and comfort to this anarcho-terrorist organization?

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America Lost

There’s not much to say. The Leftist have won the day and the Presidency. America has lost.

Someone please lower the flag to half mast and turn out the lights in mourning.

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A Tacit Endorsement

It seems that Sen. Obama has received an endorsement – though a very tacit and roundabout one – from a much unwanted quarter. An October 30th, 2008 video received by Reuters in Dubai shows Al-Qaeda giving their tacit endorsement to Senator Obama.

From DUBAI (Reuters):

An al Qaeda leader has called for President George W. Bush and the Republicans to be “humiliated,” without endorsing a party in the upcoming U.S. presidential election, according to an Internet video posting.

“O God, humiliate Bush and his party, O Lord of the Worlds, degrade and defy him,” Abu Yahya al-Libi said at the end of sermon marking the Muslim feast of Eid al-Fitr, in a video posted on the Internet.

Libi, a top al Qaeda commander believed to be living in Afghanistan or Pakistan, called for God’s wrath to be brought against Bush equating him with past tyrants in history.

The remarks were the first from a leading al Qaeda figure referring, albeit indirectly, to the U.S. elections. Muslim clerics often end sermons by calling on God to guide and support Muslims and help defeat their enemies.

Terrorism monitor SITE Intelligence Group said in a report on Wednesday that militants on al Qaeda-linked websites have for months been debating the significance of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama or Republican John McCain.

Some posters have also argued over the merits of trying to attack the United States before the election or waiting until later, the report said.

But SITE said it did not expect al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden or deputy Ayman al-Zawahri to openly favor a candidate.

“To support a particular candidate would debase al-Qaeda’s long-standing argument that the United States government is a corrupt institution no matter who is at the helm,” SITE director Rita Katz said in the group’s November newsletter.

In 2004 bin Laden issued his first video in more than a year just days before the U.S. elections. It derided Bush and warned of possible new September 11-style attacks.

Bin Laden made little mention of Bush’s Democratic challenger, John Kerry, telling Americans: “Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or al Qaeda. Your security is in your own hands and each state which does not harm our security will remain safe.”

Kerry has attributed his loss in part to the video’s high-profile reminder of the terrorism issue.

In 2006, after Democrats captured Congress, Zawahri issued an audio message saying all Americans remained al Qaeda’s enemies regardless of party, SITE said.

SITE said militant postings on al Qaeda-linked websites typically discuss Obama in terms of his race, or his religion and foreign policy. Some forecast a racial crisis dividing the United States if he wins. Others say his planned phased withdrawal from Iraq would be a boon to al Qaeda’s affiliate and give it a base for Middle East expansion.

Republican presidential nominee John McCain has been portrayed as likely to allow “the continuation of Republican control and aggressive policies toward the Islamic world.”

H/T to Bold Color Conservative

It must be noted that this is at best – or worse – a tacit endorsement. However it does seem that Al-Qaeda views Sen. Obama as “the lesser of evils.” One wonders if the media will bury this story. One also wonders what effect Al-Qaeda’s tacit endorsement will have on Obama’s chances of being elected.

Some Intel Analysis

There’s not a great deal of insight into the mind or workings of Al-Qaeda that can be taken away from this article; it’s too short and too filtered to provide good intelligence for analysis. A few points can be inferred though:

Bush & The War on Terrorism
Al-Qaeda doesn’t like and probably fears President George W. Bush and anyone that they feel will continue to prosecute the war against them in a similar fashion to how it’s been prosecuted so far.

We have hurt them and continue to hurt them. That is something worth knowing, no matter who is elected on November 4th.

Iraq
Al-Qaeda still has active operations in Iraq, but those operations are currently in disarray. Al-Qaeda needs the US to pull out of Iraq before it can further its agenda within within that region. The Surge has achieved – or come close to achieving – it aims.

Afghanistan & Pakistan
This is is much harder to analyze because I’m forced to analyze the meaning of an absence of rhetoric rather analyzing the content of existent rhetoric. I see a couple of possibilities:

Possibility #1
Al-Qaeda isn’t worried about Sen. McCain’s or Sen. Obama’s approach to prosecuting the War on Terror in Afghanistan and Pakistan because they have few if any assets in those areas.

There has always been some debate on how Arab-centric Al-Qaeda was. Osama bin Laden may have – or have had – close ties to the Taliban and to the Afghans and Pashtun Pakistanis, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that Al-Qaeda as whole has similar ties.

Possibility #2
Al-Qaeda prefers Obama’s more hawkish and unilateral approach to prosecuting the War on Terror in Afghanistan and Pakistan over McCain’s more cooperative approach to that theater.

Al-Qaeda may hope that Obama will will follow through on his promises and that this will embroil the Us in an open war with Pakistan. This would further galvanize the Muslim world against the US and keep the Waziristani region of Pakistan as a relatively safe haven for Muslim extremists such as the Taliban and Al-Qaeda.

Please understand that this analysis has a fairly low Confidence Factor. Most of it is nothing but inference substantiated by general analysis of the long running situation as it has been reported over the years.

I think that the important point to take away from this analysis is that Al-Qaeda is hurting and hoping that America will back off on direct military action in the Middle-East and approach that theater in a softer and more diplomatic manner. If they favor Obama – as the video by Abu Yahya al-Libi suggests – it is for that reason.

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Not Just A Trophy Wife

Ok – just to show everyone that some Republicans can laugh at both ourselves and our candidates I’d like to point out that I find this particular picture from LOL News & Politics to be very, very funny.

Obama Pictures and McCain Pictures
Courtesy of LOL News & Politics

LOL – That’s right! Cindy McCain is not just some trophy wife; she’s also a wealthy heiress and Sugar Mamma. I guess that makes Sen. John McCain her Kept Man.

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