Goodbye Barry - Welcome Home AMERICA!

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Just A Couple Of Questions...

1. When the crotch bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutalla, tried - unsuccessfully - to destroy a Detroit-bound airliner and murder the 300 souls on board, WHY did our government decide to provide medical treatment for him? Any suffering he may have experienced was accidentally self-inflicted as he was trying to murder 300 other people! The only "treatment" he deserves is a swift execution.

2. Abdulmutalla admitted to being a tool of al-Qaida, which relatonship was confirmed by al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in a January 2010 speech - "The message delivered to you through the plane of the heroic warrior Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was a confirmation of the previous messages sent by the heroes of the Sept. 11," he said. "America will never dream of security unless we will have it in reality in Palestine," he added. "God willing, our raids on you will continue as long as your support for the Israelis continues." Which brings me to question #2 - WHY did our Department of Justice declare this a criminal matter for the civilian courts to adjudicate, rather than the terrorist act it was, which would have been tried by military tribunal - as it should have been?

3. This brings up question #3 - WHY are we wasting time and money on any trial? We have a confession by the principal that the act was one having been directed by al-Qaida , and confirmed by al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden. Arraign him, find him guilty, and execute him within 30 days. No lengthy, expensive drawn-out trial. No lengthy, expensive incarceration. No lengthy, expensive medical treatment for his self-inflicted burns. Simply justice - sure and swift. You did it, you admitted to doing it, and the fact that you did it was confirmed by a 3rd party - now die!
And, as a parting gift, Abdulmutalla should be made aware that his lifeless body will be wrapped in the skin of a pig prior to removal from "The Green Room", thereby canceling his ticket to Paradise!

No comments: