by Karen Kwiatkowski
The spies and betrayers are everywhere, and it's our job to expose them, even when it hurts.
Our President delivered a very important speech on October 6, 2005 to the National Endowment for Democracy.
The Great Leader has been challenged and beleaguered by terrorists at home and abroad for, well, forever.
Foreign terrorists we understand — our history goes way back with guys like Osama, the Taliban, the MEK, the KLA, etc. You know the drill. But the domestic variety is different. It seems almost incredible, but friends, the domestic terror situation is now desperately dangerous.
Domestic terrorists now include a former patriot, now apparently senile and hopelessly corrupt closet Islamofascist, George Will. In his typical elitist and inaccessible way, Will says that George W. Bush is not a defender of the constitution because he hasn't read it and doesn't understand what it means to defend and uphold something.
George Will is emblematic of the domestic terrorist who opposes the President and his leadership. Sure, Will writes a column that often takes the correct BackPageMag.com line. Just like the slimy un-American subversive he is, he titles his article benignly, agreeing with the BackPageMag.com view that Harriet Miers is the wrong choice for the court. But then he sneaks in totally unrelated charges that George Bush doesn't love the constitution!
Frankly, one might read the latest Will column and conclude that George W. Bush is not very bright, not very patriotic, and not trying very hard. We'd rather you didn't read it, and you can be sure that George Will is now on our ever-expanding watch list.
But what is more reprehensible, and the reason we are working so hard here at BackPageMag.com to ensure your ideological safety, is something we have just discovered.
Bush's speechwriters are covert terrorist operatives!
His speech this past week — probably the most important speech the President has ever given, until the next one — shows clear signs that some kind of Islamofascist subversive has infiltrated the Executive suites.
This evil speechwriting force had the President say the following:
… the civilized world knows very well that other fanatics in history, from Hitler to Stalin to Pol Pot, consumed whole nations in war and genocide before leaving the stage of history.
Evil men obsessed with ambition and unburdened by conscience must be taken very seriously, and we must stop them before their crimes can multiply.
We at BackPageMag.com are asking the collective question, "Just what is this speechwriter saying?"
'Cause the way we see it, this kind of statement is very likely a secret terrorist code, broadcast in the open, from the innocent mouth of the President. Look, it isn't our job to explain it, but a discussion of a popular leader who appears fanatical, leads his country into a consuming war with genocidal collateral damage, and who is "unburdened by conscience" and "obsessed with ambition" might be construed as an invitation for evil terrorists to attack that country, its citizens, and its cowboy leadership. Frankly, it sends a chill up our collective spines.
But the speech goes on, and the evil speechwriters continue.
Some have also argued that extremism has been strengthened by the actions of our coalition in Iraq, claiming that our presence in that country has somehow caused or triggered the rage of radicals.
I would remind them that we were not in Iraq on September the 11th, 2001, and Al Qaida attacked us anyway.
The subtlety of this seemingly innocent observation on the part of our great leader is a true sign that a radical and extremist speechwriter, or perhaps several, are firmly in place conducting their vicious acts in and around our beloved White House.
On the surface, the phrasing seems purely factual. Until you realize that the "some" that have argued the idea that our presence and actions in Iraq have increased terrorism around the world include Bush's own generals and CIA experts, and those of his less celebrated father. Setting Bush up to recall 9-11 once again in terms of Iraq was clearly designed to make the President look not only illogical and deceitful but very much like a guy who, when faced with the death and destruction his actions have produced, says, "Nannynannybooboo." Frankly, we at BackPageMag.com don't like it one bit.
The speechwriters, true terrorists with typewriters imbedded in our esteemed Presidential offices, are not finished with their evil subversion of this President and our great country. They write,
Like the ideology of communism, our new enemy teaches that innocent individuals can be sacrificed to serve a political vision. And this explains their cold-blooded contempt for human life.
Mindless repetition being our forte, we at BackPageMag.com can only ask, again, "What exactly are they saying here?" My goodness, this kind of thing might be misinterpreted and used by radical extremist Islamofascists to rally their base! Because while it is true that a cold-blooded contempt for human life and the use of an ideology to sacrifice innocent individuals at the altar of an extreme and idealistic political vision exists, it almost sounds like the speechwriting terrorists are painting a secret bulls-eye on the Dubya.
Our latest crusade is to rout out the evildoers in the Presidential speechwriting team. Smears may work on George Will, and you can count on us for more of that! But in the case of the infiltrated speechwriting team, we must recommend that true patriots cease and desist from listening to the President until we get this thing under control.
October 8, 2005
Karen Kwiatkowski, Ph.D., [send her mail] is a retired USAF lieutenant colonel, who spent her final four and a half years in uniform working at the Pentagon. She lives with her freedom-loving family in the Shenandoah Valley, and among other things, writes a bi-weekly column on defense issues with a libertarian perspective for militaryweek.com.
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