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Punish those who destroy American way of life
Letter to editor
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Editor, Osama has assumed sea temperature. How long will it take for the liberals in the media and around the country to condemn America for killing the world-famous religious leader and honorable man, Osama bin Laden? They may be silent for a day or two, but soon they will praise the evil man as misunderstood or justified in his terrorist actions.
For a short time after Sept. 11, 2001, the liberal media embraced patriotism. It didn’t last long. A few days later, the left wanted to conduct sweet-talk with the terrorists. They adamantly were against any type of military action against the enemy. They were calling conservatives warmongers for wanting to eliminate a legitimate threat to American security and Americans all over the world.
They said that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Some denied that bin Laden was responsible, and some said that it was an inside job plotted and carried out by Dick Cheney.
It is America’s fault for being so hated in the world and American needs to change, not the terrorists. They said bin Laden was a good man who built schools for the children and provided necessities for his people. He only was striking out at America because America is the cause of all that is wrong with the world.
I do not believe that our president wanted this but is happy to take credit for it. His heart is more in line with Islamic fundamentalism than with American exceptionalism.
Although for different reasons, he is, as they are, trying to destroy the U.S. economy. The terrorists want to destroy America and kill all Americans. Barack Obama wants to bring the country to its knees so he can remold it into a socialist (or worse) state. He doesn’t want to kill his fellow Americans; he wants to seize all businesses and tax the middle class into poverty.
I am proud of President George W. Bush for starting this pursuit. I thank and praise President Obama for allowing our military to hunt down and kill bin Laden.
But we must not stop now. This is not a “mission accomplished” moment.
We must continue to find and kill all of those who are dedicated to taking innocent American lives.

— Al Teal

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