Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Al-Qaeda Leaders Root for McCain

By Robert Parry
October 22, 2008

Gloating over the U.S. economic crisis, al-Qaeda strategists are telling each other that a John McCain victory is crucial if the slide of their American enemies is to continue and possibly accelerate.

Read on.


Anonymous said...

too funny!! i thought this was the onion for a minute. to think that al-qaeda would be rooting for mccain. to kick their ass. wow. thats was great. be careful though, some folks might think you're serious. well, shoot, nevermind. everybody knows that BHO will of course let them have a safe haven in iraq, and release them from gitmo, and stop surveilling them. forget it, nobody with half a brain would think this was real. you go girl! peace!

Wondering... said...

So, how many paragraphs did you whip out, and still end up saying nothing?

fact checker said...

Former CIA director Jim Woolsey suggested that the support was a sort of reverse psychology—that by endorsing McCain the terrorist group would encourage voters to support Barack Obama.

Anonymous said...

You wrote that Kerry lost, not because of massive vote fraud in Ohio, but Al-Qaeda's video just before the 2004 election. Since then you have been silent about the most aggregious attack on democracy in American history by Republicans. Hence, if Obama does not win this November, you can once again blame Al-Qaeda and go back to protecting your image among your "media brothers and sisters" rather than saving the country. Like many of your readers I have lost a great deal of repect for you and stopped sending donations. Your silence about election fraud cannot be explained away or excused.

Anonymous said...

For the paranoid, here's some links...


The message, posted Monday on the password-protected al-Hesbah Web site, said if al-Qaida [...]
SITE Intelligence Group, based in Bethesda, Md., monitors the Web site and translated the message.

Oh, and guess what? Al Hesbah is an intelligence front charade.