Against the War Against Terrorists
With her usual "take no prisoners" (unless they are terrorists which means they receive greater rights that Americans walking the streets) approach, Ann Coulter reviews the Democrat support for the War on Terror. Apparently, it does not include taking and holding Al Qaeda and Taliban soldiers in Guantanamo, listening to tel calls to specific numbers discovered on Al Qaeda phones and computers, surveilling or killing terrorists.
Here are some of her observations of Democrats for the War against terrorists:
New York Times columnist Bob Herbert complained this week that detainees in Guantanamo have "no hope of being allowed to prove their innocence." (I guess that's excluding the hundreds who have been given administrative hearings or released already.)
They oppose profiling Muslims at airports.
The Guantanamo detainees are not innocent insurance salesmen imprisoned in some horrible mix-up like something out of a Perry Mason movie. The detainees were captured on the battlefield in Afghanistan. You remember – the war liberals pretended to support right up until approximately one nanosecond after John Kerry conceded the 2004 election to President Bush.
Sounds pretty accurate. What aggressive plans do they have. This is no time for the "wait and see" approach that resulted in nothing being done for decades.