As it has been said after 9/11, they (Islamofascists) have been at war with us, at least for the last 30 years, but we have not been at war with them. Why? Just look at the denial from the liberal elites.
To set this up, listen to how Rush Limbaugh opened his show yesterday, depicting how liberals like New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and those in the lapdog media wanted the bomber to be a "teabagger" but dammit when he turned about to be another Muslim terrorist, it was time to twist like a pretzel.
Here's the proof to illustrate how accurate Rush is.
CNN yesterday tried to blame the attempted bombing on the pressure this jihadist was facing from his house being foreclosed on (in other words, it's BUSH'S FAULT!)
Contessa Brewer from the White House's favorite network, MSNBC (Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap), was "frustrated" the attempted bomber was not one of those redneck teabaggers.
"I get frustrated...There was part of me that was hoping this was not going to be anybody with ties to any kind of Islamic country. ...There are a lot of people who want to use terrorist intent to justify writing off people who believe in a certain way or come from certain countries or whose skin color is a certain way. I mean they use it as justification for really outdated bigotry."
NewsBusters wrote also how the DailyKooks liberal blog had a poll in which 32 percent thought it was someone from the Tea Party and 30 percent said it was someone from a militia.
The Washington Times opined about this liberal absurdity:
Whether officials will admit it or not, the United States is at war with a loosely organized sect of Islamic extremists who are attempting to disrupt U.S. interests abroad and create mayhem here at home. Muslim extremists should be considered the default culprits in every random act of terrorism unless compelling evidence exists to the contrary. It's possible that terrorists could be motivated by other orientations - witness Andrew Joseph Stack, who flew a small plane into the Internal Revenue Service offices in Austin, Texas, in February - but such incidents are outliers and, as in the Stack case, tend to be isolated.
The Times Square bombing attempt was the kind of terror attack in which al Qaeda, the Taliban and their cohorts are well-schooled, and it's reasonable to assume this was not an isolated incident, given Mr. Shahzad's recent travels to the Pakistani frontier. This was an attack either directly ordered or inspired by our enemies; it was part of their unfolding war plan against the United States. As in the Christmas Day underwear bombing attempt, we are lucky it failed.
Blaming the white American man is an ingrained habit, driven by political correctness and unapologetic biases. This is the same knee-jerk response that occurred over the October 2002 D.C. snipers. The prevailing view at the time was that the perpetrator was some kind of white, male, veteran, right-wing, religious nut. Commentators, self-appointed terrorism experts and security officials discussed the profile as though it were incontestable. When the shooters turned out to be two black males under the spell of radical Islam who virtually worshipped Osama bin Laden, the narrative collapsed. But the damage was done; shooters John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo passed a police checkpoint during their killing spree, perhaps because they didn't fit the prevailing profile.
When the rubber meets the road, elitist liberals in the media, Bill Clinton, the Democrat Party and this Administration are really the ones practicing the bigotry they claim to denounce and reject. Whether it is terrorism or illegal immigration, they are so racked with guilt over the issue of slavery and segregation (both promoted by Democrats), that accusing any non-white of breaking our immigration laws or committing an act of terrorism is akin to burning a cross. At the same time, the race industry pimps and pressure groups come out and scream "racism" or "Islamofascism" and try to get the intimidate the rest of us into silence. Never mind that the United States, in good faith, has done it's best to overcome and correct the wrongs of slavery.
Since 9/11, there have been 15,241 (as of today) acts of Islamic terrorism around the world. Can you recall how many Southern Baptists flew airplanes into buildings? (None) Bill Clinton spent eight years pretending Islamofascism didn't exist and doing nothing about it, while demonizing political opponents who listen to talk radio as being behind the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. That didn't stop 9/11 from happening. In fact, Bill Clinton's demonization of conservatives as domestic terrorists probably emboldened al-Queda.
The same kind of emboldening of our enemies is happening today in the Obama Administration. Liberal Democrats and the Administration are willing at the drop of a hat to label political opponents as "the enemy" (witness the Homeland Security report co-written by the SPLC and the labeling of the Tea Party), while calling Islamic Terrorism a "man caused disaster, the War on Terror an "overseas contingency operation" and Islamic Terrorists "violent extremists." Mix in with that President Thin-Skinned and his "outreach" in Cairo last year to the Islamic world.
What has that "change" brought us? Not goodwill from Islam, but an increase in acts of Islamic terror: the recruiting station killing, the Ft. Hood Jihadist, the Christmas Day underwear bomber, and the Times Square bomber.
We've been getting too close for comfort to another 9/11 style terrorist attack, and the denial of Islamofascist terror is not "winning hearts and minds" in the Islamic world. To the contrary, it is only emboldening them to try again, until they succeed with another horrific attack on our nation, and these liberal deniers will once again have the blood of Americans on their hands.