Sunday, November 14, 2004

They have their story and they are sticking to it.

Tonight on "60 minutes", CBS reports that Osama Bin Laden now has religious authority to use nuclear weapons against the U.S. While I have no doubt that Osama will use nukes against the U.S. if he can, the question is why CBS and MSM are jumping on the "Osama is still dangerous" bandwagon NOW. More particularly, the MSM jumped on that bandwagon near the end of the campaign, as John Kerry needed backup for his claim that W blew it at Tora Bora.

My prediction is that the MSM will continually provide these warnings until the next attack, so they can then say "I told you so." At that point, the "blame Bush" game will begin in earnest. We ain't seen nothin' yet.

Our strategy should be to provide the same warnings. The MSM misses most of the stories that should create genuine alarm, such as the story of the stolen propane cylinders and the stolen crop duster.

If the MSM was truly serious about preventing another attack, they could sound the alarm strongly enough that we could foil most of the terrorist plans. In fact, the MSM's attitude is similar to that of a poster at LGF earlier this morning:
Brought to you by our newly elected thug
monkey in chief.

Wouldn't it be ironic if they nuke Texas?
Just desserts, eh?

Don't believe that the network of the forged memos wouldn't love the opportunity to say "I told you so" - no matter what the consequences in loss of life and destruction.

In the meantime, we must point out how nukes may be crossing the porous Mexican border due to political correctness.
We must point out how the MSM has ignored many other stories, because they would not agree with the solutions.

When the next attack occurs, it will have occured because of political correctness, lax immigration policy and a steadfast belief that Islam is a religion of piece.

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