Thursday, September 09, 2004

The Bush Doctrine vs Kerry's Sensitive War

Look at the fear in the eyes of this young boy. Thankfully he made it out with only minor injuries. The woman and child next to him were not as lucky, they were some of the hundreds who were slaughtered by these terrorists. That's right, these are not separatist, activist, or rebels. These are just cold-blooded terrorists and they should be sent to Allah in the most expedient manner possible. That's how you deal with these animals. See, you cannot ask the UN to help or play nice, hoping they will leave you alone. They don't speak that language. The only language they understand is force. Just ask the Taliban and Saddam, it's hard to support terrorism if you are dodging the might of the United States military.

We welcome Russia to the real-world solution for terror, The Bush Doctrine. Take out the terrorists where they live so you do not have to deal with them on your own soil. No matter if it's a train station in Moscow, a school in Belsan, or office buildings in lower Manhattan. Do whatever it takes to destroy the terrorist network before they get a chance hit you.

How would John Kerry deal with a threat, just take his word for it: "Let there be no mistake: I will never hesitate to use force when it is required. Any attack will be met with a swift and certain response". This would be The Clinton Doctrine, which brought us only more attacks. Kerry also let us know how he would fight these murders: "I believe I can fight a more effective, more thoughtful, more strategic, more proactive, more sensitive war on terror" . What is Kerry going to do, play Kenny G for the terrorists? Take a poll in Russia and see which course of action they want to take. Kenny G Kerry or Bush Doctrine?