Thursday, September 07, 2006

"I dislike Condoleezza Rice more than [President] Bush. The thing about it is that she's gotten a free ride from black people. People say, 'She's so successful' and 'Look at her position as a black woman.' She is a black woman who grew up in Birmingham, Ala., and said that she never experienced a day of racism in her life,"
"Condi, stop smoking that crack! I know you love your Ferragamo shoes, but come on. While people were drowning in New Orleans, she was going up and down Madison Ave. buying Ferragamo shoes." Bravo unaminous writer.
The anniversary of 9/11 is approaching and I still see this country in Iraq looking for terroorist (almost reminds me of Elmer looking for Bugs)
People believe that Osama's hatred is jealousy. It is not true... I do not justify what Osama did but I got a clue to why. This country used the Taliban to fight the Russians and when the war was over Sam gave the big 'f & u' to them leaving many disgruntle. I begin to wonder why Osama's family was allowed to flee the United States after the events of 9/11 took place.
Former CIA director Tenet told the 9/11 commission that the United States did not target Bin Laden at a camp in Afghanistan in February 1999 because he was meeting with the UAE royal family.
I do not blame the Clinton administration but their hands are bloody as well. I am tired of all the slop being tossed around during this time of mourning. We need to ask why the men and women that risk their lives during those hours of chaos are still having problems receiving the medical care needed. The World Trade was a festering toxic dump. The government is dragging it's feet.
I wonder why we never hold a public mourning on April 19, 1995, around 9:03 a.m. The reason is fear from the truth.. The fear that the very destruction that killed and maim their own was from the proverbial gene pool. It is easy to create a monster such as Osam or Sadam because they are not tangible. McVeigh was one of their own... Trained to kill and oblige Uncle Sam with the trophies of war. The War on Terror is a War on our phobias. Muhammad and Malvo were onto something... The problem is that they were aiming at the wrong people.... The day of reckoning will come and blood will choke the wicked.

No comments: