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Appeasement Update: Syria and Cuba

February 12, 2009

The new era of Capitulation and Appeasement is in full force.  The Obama administration plans to lift all sanctions against Syria as part of it’s unraveling of the War on Terror.  Syria is a state sponsor of terrorism.  They aided Al Quaida in Iraq against our armed forces, are building a nuclear reactor, and have [...]

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Capitulating to Terrorists

February 6, 2009

The Obama Administration announced yesterday that charges were being dropped against Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the Al Qaeda member responsible for the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole.  He was being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, which Obama announced he was closing in his first 100 hours as President.  Obama also requested the suspension of all military [...]

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Obama’s Letter to Iran

January 29, 2009

Yesterday Ryan wrote on how Iran would like an apology from the Obama administration.  Well, the Obama administration is planning to send a letter to the Iranian Regieme (H/T:  Sister Toldjah), letting them know that we mean them no harm!  As part of the brave new age of capitulation and appeasement, the Obama administration will [...]

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Thus Begins the Era of Capitulation and Appeasement

January 28, 2009

We are entering a new era in American history, that of capitulation and appeasement.  President Barack Obama, in an effort to ensure that the world loves us, is giving in to dictators and thugs.  Because America is not supposed to “start by dictating,” Obama wants the world to know that the Freedom movement is dead, [...]

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1938, Part II

August 2, 2006

It feels like 1938 (not that I was there). A grave threat to civilization is on the horizon, threatening the world. The appeasers in the world are shouting “Peace in our time”. Brave leaders are mocked and ridiculed as being out-of-touch and trigger-happy. What the appeasers do not realize is that history is at yet [...]

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