Monday, November 01, 2004

Osama's Big Pitch

It occurred to me earlier today that Osama's pitch, taken at face value -- isn't a plug for Bush or Kerry. It's a lame attempt at enciting a revolution.

Remember, Al Queda's goal is the complete deconstruction of Western Civilization - and by that I mean Civilization derived from liberal Greek philosophy. Any kind of internal unrest he can incite furthers that goal. He senses the frustration of half the population in a tight political race. Passions are high, and no matter who wins, half the nation will feel "disenfranchised". In other parts of the world, this could very well spark internal clashes.

Probably not here, but it's not out of the realm of possibility.

Think about it. Then his strange message makes more sense.

Then we gotta show him. No matter who wins, the country must get behind the President.

Yes, and for me, that means even if (and I hope he doesn't) Kerry wins.

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