A great friend emailed after reading the initial posting of this article. She asked if I knew the difference between a dead skunk and a dead terrorist on the highway. Understandably, the response was that there would be skid marks before hitting the skunk on the highway and no skid marks if the known target was an Islamic extremist. Many that I know would be quite happy to encounter a jihad speed bump and would also likely put the car into reverse and back over such a worthy target. (note: no virgins waiting for such an unworthy death)
Lloyd Fournier : Lloyd is the founder of Thunderbird Rising (Thunderbird rising.com) and the recent recipient of a Humanitarian Award, an author (novels) and a freelance writer. His drill down style of writing is a throw back to classic journalism - completely objective and well researched. His work presents the reader opportunity to rethink issues.
[I have no time for those who cuddle up with terrorists]
Terrorism exhibits its brutal characteristics for obvious reasons. The intent of terrorism is to create fear by way of terror so as to advance the politics advocated by extreme individuals such as Omar Khadr. This individual deserves no less a fate than grief, pain and wanton cruelty inflicted both by creeps like the Khadr clan and his fellow extremists.
The evidence in the Khadr case leaves me with firm belief that Khadr is a jihad extremist with deep-seeded hatred towards those he considers to be infidels. It is actually painful to listen to Khadr’s present attempts to exonerate him by way of a clever and devious public relations campaign. Sorry, Omar I aint buying your scheme. In fact, the entire Khadr family have no place here and are unfit to live among those of us who value freedom. …
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