July 30, 2005

Varifrank Hits Back-to-Back Home Runs

Filed under: News from Other Sites,Taxes & Government — Tom @ 11:16 pm

Isn’t there a blogosphere rule about this? Two unforgettable posts on two successive days?

Thank goodness, NO. VariFrank nails two issues, terrorists’ “rights” and military withdrawals, perfectly. Nothing but net.

NUMBER 1: I’ve got rights…

During the arrest, a witness said: “I heard one of them say ‘I’ve got rights’.”

Rights. Don’t talk to me about rights. You leave your country, you come to the UK, they open their arms and allow you in.

And then you kill them. And when they track you down like the rat that you are, you now cry ” I’ve got my rights”.

And what about the rights of Catherine Johnson? She lost a husband. Her husband leaves behind two kids Christopher, aged nine, and six-year-old Rebekah.

They will live with a hole in the fabric of their lives where their father used to be. When they graduate from school, when they marry, when they go on to have kids of their own, there will always be a moment when they stop to think how much they wish that their dad was there with them. They will go through Christmas after Christmas, birthday after birthday only to be quietly reminded of the horror that you gave them in trade for their father’s life. And somehow you think taking their father’s life makes you a “big brave Jihadi hero”…..

NUMBER 2: Pullout

Now that the cause is lost, America is pulling troops out of occupation duty. The foreign policy established by a President that many once considered being illegitimate and has inflamed many countries including former allies to break publicly against the nation, is finally at an end.

Of course, I’m talking of the US Army leaving Germany.

Read both in their entirety. Please.
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UPDATE: Ed Driscoll notices our hosannas to VariFrank. Welcome to Mr. Driscoll’s readers.

UPDATE 2: Moderate Mainstream makes an important distinction between Martyrs, Murderers, and (suicidal) Fanatics.

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  1. Bugout!

    Frank Martin writes:Now that the cause is lost, America is pulling troops out of occupation duty. The foreign policy established by a President that many once considered being illegitimate and has inflamed many countries including former allies to brea…

    Trackback by Ed Driscoll.com — July 31, 2005 @ 2:03 pm

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