Nasty Letters To Crooked Politicians

As we enter a new era of politics, we hope to see that Obama has the courage to fight the policies that Progressives hate. Will he have the fortitude to turn the economic future of America to help the working man? Or will he turn out to be just a pawn of big money, as he seems to be right now.

Wednesday, December 31, 2003

El Chimpo Speaketh -- er-- talks -- er yaa

Thank you all for that warm welcome.

This great country will show the world that we fight for what we believe, as we seek justice. It's a huge honor to be the greatest — to be the President of the greatest country in the world. Our forefathers would be proud, really proud of what they see in America today.

This isn't a Republican war, this isn't a Democrat war; this is an American war. Part of the war on terror is to deny terrorist weapons getting — I mean, weapons to be used for means of terror getting in the hands of nations that will use them. Our enemies send other people's children on missions of suicide and murder. They embrace tyranny and death as a cause and a creed. Terror is bigger than one person, and we will smoke them all out of their caves.

It starts with routing out terror wherever it exists. We will use whatever means are necessary to achieve our objective. You will not threaten the United States or use weapons of mass destruction against us, or our allies or friends. They must have thought we were so weak and self-absorbed, so materialistic, that all we would do was file a couple of lawsuits, if you know what I mean.

If you want to fight evil, make a contribution to a local charity. Everyone needs some cause larger than his or her own profit. We cannot be complacent.

You know, in this town, sometimes people don't shoot straight with you. They kind of come in and tell you something and then they leave, and you're wondering what they said — or if they said something, whether they mean it. I can tell when they mean it. The great strength is the American people because not only are we tough, like I said, we're also a compassionate people. We care deeply about neighbors in need. I have asked all Americans to commit at least two years — 4,000 hours over a lifetime -- to the service of our neighbors and our nation. You should think about becoming a soldier in the army of compassion.

Part of having a secure homeland is to have a good airport system, that's safe for people to travel, an airport system that is inspecting bags by inspectors who are qualified to inspect bags. I want to talk about the challenges America faces. I worry about our security. I'm worried about our homeland security; I'm worried about our national security; and I'm worried about economic security. And that's what I want to talk to you about. A secure America is an America that is a compassionate America. A secure America is also an America that is willing to hunt down international killers one by one and bring them to justice.

The textbook I read says that if we let you have your own money, you'll decide to spend it on a good and service. And if you decide to spend it on the good and service, somebody will produce the good and service. And when somebody produces the good and service, it means somebody is going to find work. We've got sound monetary policy. Interest rates are reasonable. If people want to borrow money, you don't have to pay a lot of interest. If the concern is more jobs, and people aren't lending money because there is no insurance against acts of terror, Congress needs to deal with it.

We need to simplify the process by which community-based organizations gain tax-exempt status. Our priorities is our faith. I pray that there's a shield of protection, so that if the evil ones try to hit us again, that we've done everything we can, physically, and that there is a spiritual shield that protects the country. Schools should be safe and orderly; they should be decent and drug-free; and they should teach character by expecting character. They should be places where rules are set and, as importantly, where rules are enforced. We must have the attitude that every child in America—regardless of where they're raised or how they're born—can learn. We cannot know every turn this battle will take. Yet we know our cause is just and our ultimate victory is assured. We will, no doubt, face new challenges. I also believe that out of the evil done to America will come some incredible good, particularly as our fellow Americans love their neighbor like they'd like to be loved themselves. I'm patient and I'm focused, and I will not yield. We must win. We have no other choice, for our children and our grandchildren, that we bring any terrorist to justice and hold those nations who harbor them -- which harbor them, or feed them, or clothe them to justice, as well. And the United States will prevail. Our people are united; our government is determined; our cause is right; and justice will be done.

In the coming weeks, I'll continue to focus on pursuing the war, and protecting the homeland, and strengthening our economy. And I urge the Congress to join me in this unfinished business. Thank you for coming. God bless.


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