By George, Bin Laden Was Responsible

Don Surber has a post up describing who was resonsible for the bloodshed in Iraq and Afghanistan. It was not George Bush as the left has contended for nearly seven years. You know, Bush lied people died, no blood for oil, blah, blah. I know that it will be hard for the 1960s dope smoking retread hippies to actually grasp this concept but the co-founder of al-Qaeda does not blame George Bush for the bloodshed. I know that when the Berkeley moonbats are sipping their lattes and reading their Communist newspapers they will choke on their tofu if anyone draws their attention to who is really to blame.

According to the guy who helped bin Laden found al-Qaeda (among others), Sayyid Imam al-Sharif, Osama bin Laden is the one responsible for all the bloodshed. Sayyid Imam al-Sharif reveals all this in the book he wrote while in prison in Egypt. So get ready moonbats and other America haters because this is what he said:

“Every drop of blood that was shed or is being shed in Afghanistan and Iraq is the responsibility of bin Laden and Zawahiri and their followers.”

Oh snap, that is going to hurt in the morning. George Bush was not responsible and his efforts are actually bearing fruit as this bad guy gives his assessment on 9/11 and other acts of terror:

The 9/11 attacks? “Ramming America has become the shortest road to fame and leadership among the Arabs and Muslims. But what good is it if you destroy one of your enemy’s buildings, and he destroys one of your countries? What good is it if you kill one of his people, and he kills a thousand of yours? That, in short, is my evaluation of 9/11.”

Fifth Column attacks from people who migrate to Britain and other nations? “If they gave you permission to enter their homes and live with them, and if they gave you security for yourself and your money, and if they gave you the opportunity to work or study, or they granted you political asylum,” then it is “not honorable” to “betray them, through killing and destruction.” Don Surber

As Surber points out, the reason they no longer mention the global war on terrorism is because we may have won. The statements of the co-founder of al-Qaeda is certainly persuasive with regard to the idea.

In any event, bin Laden is the one responsible for the bloodshed. Not George Bush or anyone else. The moonbats in the Drive By Media and the moonbats at places like the Daily POS had it wrong all along.

Their BDS did not allow them to see otherwise. But then again, they are part of the problem and not part of the solution so what should anyone have expected…

Big Dog

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7 Responses to “By George, Bin Laden Was Responsible”

  1. Adam says:

    You agree with terrorists a lot lately just to prove Democrats wrong…

    • Big Dog says:

      But Adam, you and your ilk told me that we should listen to them. Who did you believe when they said they were mistreated at Gitmo? You guys always take the world of the terrorists first.

      The shame is, you all chose to take their word over all others.

      • Adam says:

        So you admit you agree with terrorists to prove Democrats wrong but your only response is my “ilk” did it first? Good one.

        • Big Dog says:

          No, as you recall, I agreed with bin Laden when he said he attacked because of Clinton’s weakness.

          I know it is hard when your illusions are shattered. You wanted to believe Bush lied and people died.

  2. Victoria says:

    As Surber points out, the reason they no longer mention the global war on terrorism is because we may have won. The statements of the co-founder of al-Qaeda is certainly persuasive with regard to the idea.

    I don’t believe this for a moment. Have you seen the documentary “Epicenter?”

    • Big Dog says:

      I did not see the documentary and I don’t necessarily agree. I actually think they stopped discussing it because they want to ignore the problem while the WON makes nice with the bad guys.

  3. Hagar the Hun says:

    Wah Wah Wah that and its still (EX)Pres Bush’s and the GOP’s fault is all I hear.I see the SOS over in china begging for help and get out of jail free cards being issued and 900 mil to gaza(hamas)let alone acorn getting money.Iguess all thats the rights fault but hey they,WON and the left still have another trillon on the books to vote for. wontons or borsch anyone??maybe we should declare war on them surrender and let them go broke trying to feed us.

    ohoh breaking news foot in the mouth jope has linkss to the TX Stanford 8billion boondoggle.gotta be GW’s fault also