Last week there was yet another attempted terrorist attack on our troops right here in the United States. Not surprisingly, it was another jihadist Muslim targeting our soldiers on our own soil. His name: Muhammed Hussain.
No word yet on whether Attorney General Eric Holder thinks that radical Islam MIGHT have been a motivating factor for him to want to take the kind of actions that he took. Undoubtedly, Holder is conferring with political correctness gurus before issuing any statements that might hurt the terrorist butchers' feelings.
Hussain's plan was to kill soldiers at a Baltimore area recruiting station, then move on to attack Andrews Air Force Base with bombs and hostage killings. He praised Fort Hood killer Nidal Hasan and proclaimed that jihad must come to America to fulfill Allah's wishes.
Here's the $64 million question: how much coverage have you heard of this event in the news? How much outrage have you heard being directed at this evil ideology from the White House? Exactly.
Columnist Michelle Malkin writes:
If Hussain's targets had been abortion clinics, we'd hear no end of denunciations of the hatred and intimidation. Indeed, when Little Rock jihadist Abdul Hakim Mujahid Muhammad was arrested in June 2009 for the murder of Army Pvt. William A. Long, 23, and the shooting of Pvt. Quinton Ezeagwula, 18, it took three days for the White House to issue a limp, politically correct statement expressing "sadness" over the attacks, which President Obama opaquely described as a "senseless act of violence" (instead of the intentional, systematic act of Islamic terrorism that it was). In the same week, the Obama administration issued an immediate condemnation and statement of "outrage" over the shooting death of late-term abortionist George Tiller.
Some enemies get Obama a little more "wee wee'd up," to borrow his phrase, than others.
If we aren't going to get wee-wee'd up as a people over the Muslim terrorists wanting to kill us on our own soil, our civilization will not survive.