Sorry, Karzai

I got a chance to meet and hang out with Kira Davis in Denver last November at a conference of bloggers, and can tell you firsthand that she’s an absolute dynamo.

The idea that we have to even consider what may or may not be appropriate to say to Afghani President Hamid Karzai following the deaths of four Americans during violence brought about due to the burning of Korans used to convey secret messages between detainees, other than to kiss my red, white and blue posterior, is ridiculous. We have been there for ten long years, and lost thousands of our bravest men and women at the hands of these savages, and clearly our efforts have made little or no impact insofar as civilizing the uncivilized is concerned.

Furthermore, I’m of the opinion that much of the uprising we have seen in the Arab world comes from the knowledge that, with Barack Hussein Obama at the helm, the United States of America is little more than a paper tiger. ¬†Admittedly, given the extent to which this president has NOT hesitated to use drones and make the right decisions when they are presented to him, we shouldn’t be viewed as completely toothless. ¬†However, when WE are apologizing for our troops getting in the way of fundamentalist outrage, there is a big problem.

On Wednesday night, I encourage you to tune in at 11:00 p.m. for America’s Right Radio. Former AR contributor John Cardillo and I are going to opine about President Obama’s latest apology tour. And, if you can’t make the show live–feel free to call in!–you can always download the podcast afterwards.

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  1. Jordan Bell says:

    “We have been there for ten long years, and lost thousands of our bravest men and women at the hands of these savages”

    Ah yes, because everyone who doesn’t think and act like us are savages. That is government propaganda at its finest, get you to completely hate someone 12,000 miles away that you have never met before. Don’t forget, they are the ones defending their homeland, we are the invaders and occupiers there. I’m pretty sure that if someone invaded our homeland and were doing these things, that we would act similarly.

    And since our prime target Bin Laden is dead, which was the reason to go into Afghanistan in the first place, what are we still doing there? Why are we continuing to jeopardize the lives of our troops?

    “clearly our efforts have made little or no impact insofar as civilizing the uncivilized is concerned.”

    Yes because obviously our way of life is so superior that it has to be forced upon them at the barrel of a gun. Submit and obey or die.

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