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They Strike Again
September 25th, 2006 by Mike

My friends from the left are all a tither about the leaked National Intelligence Estimate cited in the NY Times which reportedly claims that the Iraq war is inflaming Islamic terrorism. They’ve renewed their “impeach Bush!” cries.

I particularly like Michelle Malkin’s response:

Michelle Malkin: About that National Intelligence Estimate
If our intelligence agencies are laboring under the moonbat illusion that Muslim hatred of the infidel West didn’t really start bubbling until the year 2003, we are really in deep, deep doo-doo. Have they not been paying attention over the last year? All it takes is a few cartoons or a dropped Koran or a defiant apostate or a Muslim woman in a bikini or a papal speech quotation to set off The Religion of Perpetual Outrage. Someone order up some copies of Legacy of Jihad and Islamic Imperialism stat.

© 2006 – 2008, J. M. Erickson. All rights reserved.


3 Responses  
  • bb writes:
    September 25th, 200618:26at

    Granted the hatred has been going on for a long time, and no I don’t believe we need to impeach, but I’m not a shrub fan either.

  • Scoop writes:
    September 26th, 200611:14at

    No one is saying terrorism and hatred didn’t exist before. The intelligence agencies are saying the actions that have been taken have made it worse.

    And yes, I think Dubya should be impeached, although not necessarily or only for this.

  • Major Mike’s Musings » Blog Archive » NIE Hand-wringing writes:
    October 9th, 200616:47at

    […] Just a followup on my previous post on the same subject. Here is a quote from the Key Judgments of the National Intellingence Estimate. The bold and underline emphases are mine. We assess that the Iraq jihad is shaping a new generation of terrorist leaders and operatives; perceived jihadist success there would inspire more fighters to continue the struggle elsewhere. […]


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