No Such Words “Enemy Combatant”

No Such Words “Enemy Combatant”

President Obama has taken the word “Enemy Combatant” out of our national vocabulary. I guess that term is too mean and hateful. I am a Marine Corps veteran so this post may be a bit strong to our liberal friends who want to declare the war on terrorism over. Charles Krauthamer on Fox News said, “What kind of signal does this send Al-Qaeda, A President who can not even say Enemy Combatant. Has no clue how to fight them.”. If someone attacks the United States of America and then attempts to blow up a plane and kill 300 people on it. You do not make this Enemy Comfortable and let them lawyer up and stand trial in a civilian court. This s o b should be beat until we find out who he is working for and everything about his organization then Shot on the tarmac.  I am a Marine Corps veteran so I may be a bit blunt. One thing I know is in war the side that is more interested in the feelings of the enemy then winning the war is the side that loses. I do not care about this enemy all I want to know about them is How to Kill them and rid the earth of this cancer to humanity.  A farmer will tell you that, when a fox gets in the chicken house and kills his chickens it is more effective to kill the fox then build a better fence. The only thing that saved the people of that airliner was God. The Government failed; Thank God the IED did not detonate correctly. I want Al-Qaeda to know there fight is not just with the American Government, it is also with the American People and they will be destroyed. General Patton had it right for the proper attitude to have during a war. Its not politically correct but we will wipe them out if we keep this attitude.

“When we land against the enemy, don’t forget to hit him and hit him hard. When we meet the enemy we will kill him. We will show him no mercy. He has killed thousands of your comrades and he must die. If your company officers in leading your men against the enemy find him shooting at you and when you get within two hundred yards of him he wishes to surrender – oh no! That bastard will die! You will kill him. Stick him between the third and fourth ribs. You will tell your men that. They must have the killer instinct. Tell them to stick him. Stick him in the liver. We will get the name of killers and killers are immortal. When word reaches him that he is being faced by a killer battalion he will fight less. We must build up that name as killers”.

– George S. Patton

God Bless America

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  • Festus Garvey

    When you wrote, “If someone attacks the United States of America and then attempts to blow up a plane and kill 300 people on it. You do not make this Enemy Comfortable and let them lawyer up and stand trial in a civilian court. This s o b should be beat until we find out who he is working for and everything about his organization then Shot on the tarmac”…you described down to the T what Bush/Cheney did with the Shoe Bomber…but I never heard a peep from you about their actions.  

  • BUUUUUUUUUSHHHHHHHHHH……/effeminate lib-whiner voice

  • First, I don’t hold the Whitehouse personally responsible for the “systemic failure” that they state happened…the PR nightmare by DHS secretary was just that….a PR nightmare…and a really foolish statement that they could have easily avoided with the usual “We’re looking into it, we don’t have all the facts…..yada yada yada”.

    But the one thing that I find really puzzling is that the story broke on Christmas day….it became widely publicized, and only after a couple of days did the President issue a “canned statement”….which he had to then follow up with a more strongly worded statement the next day.  

    However Cheney or Limbaugh starts trying to score points, and they feel the need to respond immediately?  The opposition (GOP or DEM) will always try to capitalize any way they can, but is it more important to respond promptly to critics than it is to respond to the actual issue?  Some have correctly pointed out that GW waited about a week after the shoe bomber incident….I find that troubling as well…but the statement and those following were not in response to public criticism…at least not by my memory.

    Maybe it’s just me, but this whitehouse seems more concerned with public perception and media control than it is with actually fixing the problem.

  • There is a global 911 truth movement now and political slants aside I can also point to the Bush Administration’s push to ceed US sovereignty to a North American Union.  This just happened to coincide with the bravado of patriotism, a subject which the “blue” team also would not touch with a ten foot pole.

    We have whole specials now on the History channel about how Al-Qaeda means “the database”, a CIA list of Islamic fundamentalists “WE” armed, trained and supplied when the Russians where in Afghanistan going for their pipeline rights.  The idea here is max money waste for nothing.

    George S Patton is a generation away, far away from the Myspace set of today who would not even notice if Homeboy Security SWAT team raided the house and took Grandma away.

    And you know, all merits of the last generation of capitalism aside I have very little lust for a government which does nothing, nor a society which nods in agreement at a corporate entity being allowed to frisk my wife anytime it feels like it.  The corporate policy was quite offensive and clear that should you have to work here the corporation owns you.  Does that make me an American Jihadist or just a racist.