Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Kennedy: "We All Cherish Our Children's Future." Really?

I think we have finally reached the expiration date on JFK quotes. The anamatronic Ted Kennedy just let loose with this gem from big brother,

Today in this global age, our goal of the common good extends far beyond America’s borders. As President Kennedy said in 1963 in his quest for restraint in nuclear arms: "We can help make the world safe for diversity. For in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s future."

Whoa Teddy boy. That's just it - our enemies do not, write this down, they do NOT cherish their childrens' futures. They send their children to commit suicide by exploding themselves among us. Believe them when they say, "You love life and we love death". Then, rather than mourn an immoral act of murder and willful self-destruction, they celebrate. They invite their friends and pass out sweets.

Our enemies are most certainly NOT like us. And I do not want to make the world safe for any diversity that includes them. I want to anihilate them before they kill any more of us.

Ted, you are indeed a dinosaur, lumbering toward the tar pits. Do you not even read the news? You are a relic from a previous age. You don't get it and you never will.


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