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Friday, September 29, 2006


I've often wondered if al-Qaeda hadn't retained the services of James Carville or one of his ilk. And if not, what kind of machiavellian minds were conjuring up al-Qaeda strategy for their nazi jihads. They apparently don't reject all western thought.

The James Carville playbook has been readily available in the pages of the New York Times since the late 80s. I'm sure our enemies have read and enjoyed every word of it and have incorporated it into their daily activities.

We have SO MUCH for which to thank the perfidious Clintons!

Personally, I think the terrorists are using the Dim playbook, and the political commentary of each group is totally interchangeable.

Very telling that when a terrorist leader says exactly the same identical thing the Dim leadership is already saying, the Dims don't BLINK.

"The vote of your opponents is the most honorable mark by which the soundness of your conduct could be stamped. I claim the same honorable testimonial. There was but a single act of my whole administration of which [the opposing] party approved... And when I found they approved of it, I confess I began strongly to apprehend I had done wrong, and to exclaim with the Psalmist, 'Lord, what have I done that the wicked should praise me?'" --Thomas Jefferson to Elbridge Gerry, 1812. ME 13:162

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