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Monday, February 06, 2006

 

UH Daily Cougar Columnist Adil Saleem 'A UH Subversive Who Loves al-Qaeda' (Lectures US to return to a pre-9/11 world so al-Qaeda can kill more peeps)

There you have it. In the slightest of terms UH Daily Cougar columnist and failed al-Qaeda suicide bomber Adil Saleem has asked the United States to "back off" efforts to keep America safe from terrorism.

In his tripe today "9/11 a lesson, not a marketing tool," UH terrorist Adil Saleem doesn't like it when Americans see footage of 9/11 and get that patriotic lump in their throats. Saleem hates American patriotism, hell, he hates Americans, and thinks that he can throw our way of life back in our face and make us embarrassed enough to lessen needed restrictions just so his guys, al-Qaeda, can get a better foothold on communications in the US.

Look Saleem, or whatever your real terrorist name is, the US of today as far as I am concerned has been much tamer than the US of WWII, when Japanese and even Germans were interned in camps for the duration of the war. The United States can never forget 9/11, compare that to giving up Islam, it ain't going to happen.

Saleem today bores us with his driving woes, and is offended when he sees a sign that read "Never Forget 9/11," and begs us to MoveOn, treating 9/11 like the Clinton/Lewinsky affair in which the stupid organization of the same name begged us to MoveOn. Adil, you blithering jewel of islamic ignorance, we can never move on from 9/11. In some ways we haven't moved on from Pearl Harbor, and that was over 60 years ago. We will be remember the 5th anniversary of 9/11 later this year, and the event is still talked about as if it happened yesterday.

Saleem is upset that democratic politicians have not been able to make any gains in a post 9/11 world. I mean, in a day when democrats applaud that "social security was not saved," strenghtening national security against further terrorists attacks shouldn't even register on the liberals radar screens. Adil's frustration that national security "can't [be] argued against" is about the same as his hate for the Patriot Act.

Saleem sees that Patriot Act as taking "away basic freedoms in the name of national security," but I invite everyone to point out anyone that has been specifically listened too that hasn't been associated with terrorists. When are knotheads like Saleem going to realize that domestic spying, which liberal President Clinton started by the way, is actally good for America. If a time ever comes when Americans are spied on at random then a stink will be raised, but as long as terrorists are being targeted then I see no problem with the program.

In meat packing terms, Saleem tries to package the bad meat in with the good, but our meat inspectors have advanced technology that can weed out the bad meet while preserving the good meat. I've always wanted to say that and just then was the right time.

Adil Saleem's attempt today to switch the UH weak minded to the dark side of terroristic liberalism falls flat on its face. We don't care about his example of Jose Padilla, a US citizen whose rights may have been violated, the guy is a terrorist. Saleem begs us to understand that "if this could happen to a U.S. citizen, then none of us are safe" unless you have ties to terrorism. For the rest of us who don't like terrorists, I think were pretty much safe from being incarcerated for long time periods without trial.

Saleem's arguments are so weak against us that he its pitiful. Now if the United States were like Stalinist Russia which violated the rights of some 42 million of its citizens, then Adil Saleem might have a case. Saleem your pathetic, you yourself are using 9/11 as a way to promote your agenda for American liberalism and al-Qaeda.

I swear to God if the FBI or CIA is not monitoring this UH islamic subersive, US citizen or not, then something is terribly wrong.

Screw the libs!

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