On Tuesday morning, as I watched the news concerning the wildfires in Southern California, President Bush was repeatedly referred to as Mr. Bush. This lack of respect for the leader of our country, especially in time of war, demonstrates the vulnerability of our country.
During the Crusades, Christians tried to impose their religion upon the Muslim world through aggressive military actions and elimination of those who would not adhere to their beliefs. Currently some in the Muslim world are trying to impose their religion, through aggressive terrorist activity and elimination of those who would not adhere to their beliefs, in the majority of the countries in the world – creating the third world war. They are able to carry out their war by infiltrating the porous borders of the countries they invade where defenses are weak or nonexistent.
After repeated attacks upon Americans abroad and within our country, President Bush has taken the battle to the very heart of the Muslim encampment. American soldiers are fighting enemies within Iraq and those infiltrating through its porous borders. An end to this war must begin with securing all borders, negotiating with terrorist nations and halting the advance of destruction brought on by these aggressors. Nations refusing to stop aggression by keeping their militants home should reap the wrath of all our sea and air power, but no ground troops.
Monumental as the task at hand may be in the attacks from abroad, our country’s major war is against the following: politicians, media, Marxist organizations and anti-American mobs waging a war against the defense of our country and its ideals.