Wednesday, September 14, 2005

"A Plane That Crashed"

How insane is this world that we are still giving CAIR an audience, rather than laughing and booing them off stage? Michele Malkin weighs in on the insanity of making a Flight 93 memorial in the shape of a red Islamic crescent, and also brings us the lastest sewage being spewed from the terrorist supporting CAIR:

Via LGF, CAIR has already mobilized in defense of the memorial:

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ — The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today dismissed Rep. Tom Tancredo’s (R-CO) comments on the design of a memorial to those aboard a plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on 9/11 as a cynical political ploy designed to gain national attention...

A "plane that crashed?!" That's a rather telling description of the flight that fought back against Islamist terrorists. A "plane that crashed?" No, CAIR, this is "a plane that crashed." Flight 93 didn't just "crash." It was hijacked by al Qaeda followers under the banner of the red crescent, the very same symbol that may soon be implanted at the Islamists' crime scene outside Shanksville, Pa. It crashed there because brave men and women forced the hijackers' hands and refused to allow the terrorists to complete their deadly mission in Washington, D.C.

Never, never forget.


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