The Warrior Scholar

This is a blog about current events - a way to provide a constructive outlet for some of the thoughts I have on the issues of the day. It's also a way to generate some discussion and to get my ideas out into the world. Enjoy!

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I'm a doctoral candidate in Virginia, with a love of history and politics. My dog is a great companion, and my family always keeps me in good spirits.

Sunday, October 24, 2004

Al Quida and Democrats for Kerry

Just in case you were concerned about who's voting this year, courtesy of The Columbus Dispatch.

"Accused terrorists Nuradin Abdi, 32, and Iyman Faris, 35, are registered to vote in Ohio. An indictment unsealed in U.S. District Court in June said Somali immigrant Abdi and admitted al-Qaida member Faris plotted with a third Columbus man to attack a mall.
Fred Alverson, a spokesman for the U.S. Justice Department, said Abdi's false registration may violate state and federal law. In fact, the application he signed swearing he is a U.S. citizen notes that election falsification is punishable by up to six months in prison, a fine of $1,000 or both.
Faris, a Columbus truck driver, is serving a 20-year sentence after admitting that he scouted the Brooklyn Bridge in New York and other potential targets for al-Qaida as recently as March 2003. As an incarcerated felon, he will not be allowed to vote. Faris, from Kashmir, became a naturalized citizen in 1999."

And who signed them up? The Democratic-supported "civil rights" group ACORN. I hope this is not what Kerry was claiming when he said he wanted to fight a more "sensitive" war on terror. Since notable civil rights leaders such as Kim Jong Il of North Korea, Muktawa al-Sadr of the Mahdi Army of Iraq, Zarakawi of the Iraqi branch of Al Quida, and the humanitarian members of the European Left who have called for the assassination of President Bush all seem to agree that Kerry should be the next president, I think it is notable to note the company that his supporters are keeping.

2 Comments:

Anonymous kgilbe3@columbus.rr.com said...

Look , this is just stupid. the more you try to justify Bush the more desperate you look. The reason why Bush won reelection wasn't because he was the better man. It was because he ran on fear, and religious ferver. As for " terrorist" voting for Kerry, that is the dumbest thing i have ever heard, If anything, I would think terrorist would vote for Bush. He has been the best thing for terrorist recrutment since the Russian invasion of Afganistan.

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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11:20 PM  

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