Our en­e­mies

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Many hun­dreds of years ago a mil­i­tary com­man­der formed a plan. It goes like this: “Let them die from a thou­sand cuts.”

Let’s look at the way our en­e­mies are act­ing. In coun­try af­ter coun­try there are bomb­ings, be­head­ings, kid­nap­pings, and the list goes on and on.

Now look at Amer­ica. We are at war with an en­emy that wants us ei­ther dead or con­verted.

Look at many of our cit­i­zens and politi­cians. They view this [and the last cou­ple] wars like a TV foot­ball game. Sit down, watch, get a beer, watch, use the bath­room, watch then com­plain when the game doesn’t go the way they fig­ured it should. Four quar­ters, a cou­ple of beers and a potty break, and it’s all over.

We have a prob­lem with the re­li­gious mil­i­tants that want to kill us and have been ac­tive for 35 or 30 years plan­ning and act­ing. Now, many of our cit­i­zens and “po­lit­i­cal rep­re­sen­ta­tives” are for pulling out with the re­sult that many thou­sands of peo­ple would be killed.

And what’s re­ally scary is that many peo­ple, politi­cians, lawyers and or­ga­ni­za­tions are in Amer­ica mak­ing it pos­si­ble for th­ese killers to “work the sys­tem” and use our laws to de­stroy Amer­ica as we know it. Just look at all the law­suits be­ing en­tered, and re­mem­ber the old plan “let them die of a thou­sand cuts.” Jack Ly­don La Crosse, Wis­con­sin

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