Waterboarding?

ISIS death squads have been on a rampage viciously killing women, children, and anyone who doesn’t bend to their will. They strap bombs to innocent children and use them as weapons. They have proudly published videos of the beheading of innocent Americans and they routinely ask, and receive, ransoms for captured European citizens, killing them brutally if refused.

Now, ISIS is trying to sell the remains of beheaded journalist James Foley to his parents or the US government for one million dollars. They are calling this horrific ransom attempt an “act of mercy” and a “humanity case”.

These are the “Islamic fundamentalists” the world is up against. These are the bastards that blind, ignorant fools refuse to call “terrorists”, insisting on using the innocuous term “militants” for politically correct reasons. These are the ones we’re supposed to try to understand.

And here, in the good old USA, we’re beating ourselves up, proudly proclaiming to the world how terrible we are and apologizing to all because we dared to waterboard one of these beasts in an effort to stop American citizens from being slaughtered? We’re the ones the far-left idiots living right here in this country condemn and have no qualms about calling terrorists. We’re the ones living in fear that waterboarding will make us as brutal and uncivilized as them while we keep sending drones, hoping to kill someone important.

We are living in a fantasy world where we are always the good guy and the good guy always wins. Meanwhile, our enemies are laughing at us and patiently awaiting the victory that our foolishness is sure to bring their way. We proudly accept allowing hundreds of the guilty to go free as long as we don’t wrongly convict one innocent and we are willing to allow thousands of innocents to be killed rather than waterboard one terrorist.

What are we transforming into?

David J. Hentosh

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One Response to “Waterboarding?”

  1. Bruce Says:

    We are transforming into a secular-humanistic country. Our major religions are more interested in homosexuality and social-justice than God.

    Individuals are not responsible for what they do, if it feels good then do it. There are no expectations of good behavior like Ten Commandants require.

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