February 8, 2004

If I Were A Bad Guy…

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 12:56 pm

If I were a one of leaders of the Bad Guys (i.e. the Islamic fundamentalist lunatics whose sole goal in life is to kill as many Americans as possible), I would have already decided to strike America again. But, when?

I would not be inclined to do it now, because the current President will strike back, and he will not run to the United Nations with a bloodied American flag in his hand seeking permission to do so, nor will he wring his hands worrying about with the world might think. No, if I were one of the leaders of the Bad Guys I think I would be inclined to wait and see if the current Commander in Chief is brought down by those are currently suggesting that they would do exactly that.

So, for me (not being a Bad Guy), the issue is this: When we are attacked again, do I want George Bush to be the Commander in Chief, or do I want John Kerry or John Edwards, or any of the other democrats seeking the presidency, to occupy that position?

I’m going with President Bush.


  1. Hell, if we end up with some soft Democrat in office and we WILL be a huge target again.

    You’re absolutely right on this.

    Comment by Da Goddess — February 8, 2004 @ 1:26 pm

  2. I dunno, folks. I support whacking them when/before they whack us, but you know, they “waited” until we had the Bush in charge to whack us the first time.

    I would think the next attack will come out of rage, not opportunism. And if there’s anybody who can enrage ’em, it’s W.

    Edwards would be o.k.

    Comment by Jack Bog — February 9, 2004 @ 5:06 am

  3. I’ve for Bush, even though some of his policies have ticked me off from time to time. The threat from Islamic Fundies overrides any quibblings I have.

    The time for conciliation and diplomatic solutions with these people is over. I am very much all for the big stick carrying.

    Comment by LeeAnn — February 9, 2004 @ 11:03 am

  4. Yes the debate on the next election and the last election is starting to heat up. LOL When I see posts on say the netscape discussion boards, I respond with the Rip-off of the military absentee vote in FLA. Upsets the opposition no end. 😉


    Actually it really is not a laughing matter.

    Comment by Dan Kauffman — February 9, 2004 @ 11:10 am

  5. Jim, I wholeheartedly agree — I wish you could post this as a TV commercial so that many others would start thinking this way.

    Comment by Barbara — February 9, 2004 @ 1:42 pm

  6. Issues and Polls

    Smash lays things out nicely in regards to all the finger pointing at military records of the candidates between both parties in an attempt to make their respective candidate look better. I have to agree with the LT, it isn’t making any of them look be…

    Trackback by Sgt Hook — February 10, 2004 @ 11:38 pm

  7. Jack Bog —“they ‘waited’ until we had the Bush in charge to whack us the first time”

    I must correct you on your apparent ignorance of the existence of terrorist actions during the previous administration.

    1993 World Trade Center Bombed—-6 killed, 1000 injured

    1995 Bombing in Saudi Arabia—-5 killed

    1996 Khobar Towers bombing—-19 killed 200 US military personnel injured

    1996 US embassies bombed in Africa224 killed 5000 injured

    2000 USS Cole17 killed 39 sailors injured

    All of this while a Democrat (the Democrat all of these current Dems love to praise) was in office. The Democrat who had inherited the US military at its greatest (due to all of the major defense spending of the eighties) and then proceeded to weaken and overextend it for spontaneous peacekeeping missions in his hectic 8 year stay. He also vowed that those responsible would pay (I guess people don’t hold him responsible for the things he says), but refused to deliver. He also could have prevented 9/11 by taking up Sudan’s offer to give up Osama in 1996!

    They struck us repeatedly when Clinton was in office, and received no retaliation. Now that is oppurtunism. Maybe they thought all US presidents would fit the same mold. They were wrong.

    Comment by Alex Pugh — February 13, 2004 @ 10:03 pm

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