Sunday, May 24, 2009

Senator Kyl Sticks It To The Phony President, But Good

GOP Leader Calls Obama Gitmo Claim 'Palpably False'

"Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., called the charge "palpably false" and said the White House has not provided any evidence to back up the claim.

"He meant to say that 770 people or more became terrorists because we have a prison at Guantanamo?" Kyl said on "FOX News Sunday."

"9/11 hijackers didn't do their deeds because of Gitmo. The people who ... blew up the (U.S.S.) Cole or the Kolbar Towers or the first World Trade Center didn't say, 'There's Gitmo down there,' because it didn't exist. And even after that I don't think you saw guys sitting around in some coffee shop in Saudi Arabia, saying, 'You know, those Americans have this prison called Gitmo, I think I'll become a terrorist,'" he said. "I mean, it's palpably false to suggest that the existence of Gitmo created terrorism, and yet the president gets away with that."

FACTOID #1: Jimmy Carter had more to do with terrorist expectations of success than erecting a country club jailhouse for recalcitrant moslem killers ever could.

FACTOID #1-a: So did this fella named Mohammad. He gathered together lots of folks who hated other folks who weren't moslem folks, then told them to recruit or kill the other folks. Time went by and whenever the Mohammad folks had a chance they did just as Mohammad asked.

Capturing these sick fucks and caging them did the exact OPPOSITE of empowering or recruiting them, Mr. Obama, and the proof of this lies in the irrefutable FACT that we haven't been been airplane-killed since.

Getting to the root of the problem, which for 1500 years or so been the propensity of moslem folks to kill non-moslems, is what's MOST important, because Mohammad is long dead and can't call a "my-bad-do-over", and Jimmy Carter is senile. This means killing or caging these terrorists every chance we get, you see.

Personally, I'm all in favor of shutting down the Guantanamo prison system in favor of simple scaffolding.

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