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Thursday, June 24, 2004

Lucom and NewsMax: Birds of a Feather

There's a new Wilson C. Lucom column out and it's called Fighting Terrorists Effectively. The Dark Window is currently trying to track down this elusive figure and will report back when we uncover his true identity. Until then, we'll just have to take his wonderful words at face value.

"Birds of a feather flock together" is an old commonsense proverb. Eagles with eagles: the United States and Great Britain. Vultures with vultures: Iraq, Iran, Sudan and al-Qaida in these and other vulture countries.

Titmice with titmice: NewsMax and Lucom.

Undoubtedly Saddam Hussein, because of his wealth, supported the terrorists and was a leader of the "vultures." They are enemies of the United States for harboring and/or supporting terrorism. Remember, President Bush said, "You’re either with us or against us in the fight against terror."

Undoubtedly Lucom, with columns like this, is a leader of the "titmice." And remember, President Bush also said, "I'm gracious that my brother Jeb is concerned about the hemisphere as well." Just wanted to point that out.

Realistically, al-Qaida and terrorist countries use the policy of "rules are for fools." They apply this policy to the U.S. 9/11 Commission, President Bush, Congress and any other "fools" who believe in rules of any kind, including evidentiary rules.

I'm going to let that paragraph bask in its own glory.

President Bush is severely criticized when prisoners are abused, not as a matter of policy but as aberrations of individual troops. The major media and TV are making a big thing out of something that should be "small potatoes" when the United States is at war. In this way they are helping the terrorist enemy.

Small Potatoes. That'd make kind of a cute nickname for old Lucom, wouldn't it?

The news media, biased 80 percent to 20 percent toward Democrats, simply mention the horrible acts of beheading or the taking of hostages and/or prisoners of war, dropping these stories after a short time. But the much less serious violation of prisoner abuse, such as making prisoners strip naked, has been constantly kept alive for over five months and will probably continue until election time.

In this instance, the American news media are benefiting the terrorist enemy, not the United States. The news media should constantly work to benefit the United States, which gives them very important rights and freedoms they would not receive in other countries.

That's right (I'm looking at you, Dan Rather)! Your role is not to report the news but to constantly work to benefit the USA (i.e. the Bushman) because if you lived in Switzerland you wouldn't be able to!

The 9/11 Commission in its final report said "no credible direct evidence" exists that there were ties between al-Qaida and Saddam Hussein. On deeper examination, this finding is useless and conveys a false impression that Bush was wrong to start the war against Hussein. It is a Democratic attack on Bush.

What does "no credible direct evidence" actually mean? No credible direct evidence actually does not mean anything, and the 9/11Commission looks really stupid in issuing such a statement.

You're right about one thing, Lucom. Somebody definitely looks stupid here...

Why does the 9/11 Commission look stupid? It is virtually impossible if not impossible to get credible direct evidence on an organization that keeps all its plans a deep secret.

It is virtually impossible if not impossible to make sense out of Lucom's columns. But they're still fun to read anyway.

President Bush had to start with one of the "biggest birds" of terrorism, Saddam Hussein, because if unopposed, the terrorists would have regrouped and again attacked the U.S. President Bush prevented future terrorist attacks by attacking terrorism on foreign soil, not United States soil, where you could have been killed.

Be glad you live here instead of there because we're killing civilians there!

Every American, instead of criticizing President Bush, should give thanks to him for thwarting any further attacks on you for two and a half years.

Kind of hard to argue with that. Thanks, Bushman! And thanks, Lucom!


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