Monday, March 3, 2008

McCain's Further Associations With Forcing Openness To Terrorism & Suchlike Undesirables

From: WorldNet Daily
Group tied to al-Qaida backs McCain for prez
'They will do all they can to turn Kosovo into a jihadist camp in the heart of Europe'
Posted: March 02, 20089:07 pm Eastern
By Jerome R. Corsi© 2008 WorldNetDaily
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain has enjoyed strong support from a lobbyist group that backs the Kosovo Liberation Army despite allegations the KLA is a Muslim terrorist group with ties to criminal drug networks and al-Qaida.
The Albanian American Civic League, or AACL, regards the KLA as "freedom fighters," said the AACL's president, former Republican congressman Joe DioGuardi of New York.
They're "not terrorist, like the Serbs and Greeks say," DioGuardi insisted in an interview with WND.
But Islam expert Robert Spencer, editor of the popular website Jihad Watch, contends radical Islam is the driving force behind the Kosovo independence movement.
JB Comments: Malice, power-greed and hatred against civilization and human success even of a modest degree could explain this, but what else could?


Anonymous said...

I stick to my original observation......Hillary or Obama would be less harmful to the republic than John McCain.

We could elect a Republican (hopefully real republicans) congress in 2010, and with the campaign season being about six months long, only giving the Democrat 18 months to wreck havoc until the election season heated up.

Gridlock with the exec. branch in the years 2010-2012, and a chance to elect an real conservative (for the first time since Reagan in my opinion) again. The media gamed this election, and thus how we got McCain.

I think Juan McCain would be an unmitigated disaster and would represent the neo-conservatives successful attempt at moving all political discourse to the left, making "moderate" republicans the only acceptable republicans and marginalizing that vast group of Pat Buchannan real conservatives to the "fringe". It needs to be repudiated loudly in my opinion on election day.

John S. Bolton said...

Either McCain is rejected at the convention, or one is stuck with the liberal race or gender representative. There's still a chance for the delegates to realize how far out on a leftward limb the democrats would be, if the republican candidate where to the right of McCain.