Absolute Moral Authority

Because plain old moral authority just wasn’t good enough — a mesablue production

That is Not a National Security Policy.

Posted by Wickedpinto on October 27, 2010

I never thought these people were very smart, they might have taken the time to learn how to ape a few motions you can likely learn playing some flight sims, or rig out an existing explosive, or rocket, maybe fabricate a couple of “field expedient” weapons of death, or be given weapons by nations with no problem interfering with US interests, or steal a weapon here and there, but that doesn’t mean they have the ability to doctor evil their ass out of a paper bag.

That said, little kids aren’t very smart, that’s why they don’t have jobs, or write books.  They spend most of their time waking up at inconvenient times, shitting their pants and eating so that they can generate more shit and piss to put in their pants.  That doesn’t change the fact, that if you aren’t paying attention a child can find something and hit you in the balls with it.  Think you have nothing to worry about in the presence of a child at your own risk, for some reason they all go for the balls, totally not cool, that is why this article, while capable of attacking the superiority of the scumbag islamic extremists, also makes it possible for some to think that the stupidity of our enemy is a national security policy.

It’s not an attack on the article, it’s a good article, but I can see some of those on the other side, I mean “peace activists,” no I mean on the other side, to promote a laissez faire attitude to national security.  Fortune does not equal vigilance, and we cannot count on good fortune again to protect our nation.  We did that for almost 9 years, It cost us 3K human lives, a pretty significant portion of our most iconic city, and two of our most iconic buildings.  It’s important to always remember that we have enemies, and REAL enemies, not like our President defines it, but enemies who want to kill us.

Proactive.  Identify and attack, amazing how quickly someone will open their hand after facing the closed fist.

via the goober.

3 Responses to “That is Not a National Security Policy.”

  1. Great post…

    But proactive..?

    More like Sua Sponte.

    At least IMO.

  2. I meant “Be Proactive, Identify…” I thought the meaning was apparent.

  3. Beth said

    Proactive. Identify and attack, amazing how quickly someone will open their hand after facing the closed fist.

    Indeed, especially with regard to the current enemy we face. Mockery, while always highly recommended, isn’t going to do jackshit alone.

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