Just like their strategy for Iraq, they’re hoping and praying for the destruction and misfortune of Americans so that they can gain an advantage politically.
Michael Moore’s take on Hurricane Gustav’s impending devastation of parts of Louisiana, possibly including New Orleans?
“It is proof that there is a God in heaven.”
As heartless as this sentiment is, don’t hold your breath for Kanye West, Kweisi Mfume, Louis Farra-con and the rest of the ignorant race-baiting liberals to claim that “Michael Moore hates black people”…
But it’s Michael Moore, you say. He is a fringe element. It’s not like a mainstream Democrat said something like that…
Okay, then try this one on for size. Here is none other than former DNC Chairman (it doesn’t get any more mainstream than that) Don Fowler:
Fowler: “The hurricane’s going to hit New Orleans about the time they start. [Chuckle] The timing is — at least it appears now that it’ll be there Monday. That just demonstrates that God’s on our side. [Laughter] … Everything’s cool.”
It’s the same storyline from the Democrats. Americans in need, and they see nothing but political advantage. It’s pathetic.
As Allah rightly puts it:
This is [the Democrats’] philosophy on Iraq too, of course. Defeat actually helps America, because defeat puts Democrats in power and only by having Democrats in power can America “progress.” Bear this in mind the next time Sen. Hopenchange affects indignation in wondering what McCain could possibly mean with his insinuations about putting country first. This is what he means.
You know who else thinks it’s divine intervention when Hurricanes strike the U.S.?
A purported al-Qaeda newscast that promises weekly updates made its online debut with a report read by a masked man that included video of Hurricane Katrina — subtitled “divine punishment” — and a message from the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq.