Byron York of the Washington Examiner wrote about Al Sharpton’s characterization of the democrat coalition as a bunch of old dry bones when he addressed the attendees of the liberal One Nation rally in Washington, D. C. on Saturday. Pretty funny when you think about it.
What the rally lacked most was life. That became painfully clear during Sharpton’s remarks, when he tried to illustrate the Democratic coalition’s current plight by telling a Bible story.
“They say we’re apathetic,” Sharpton told the crowd. “They say we’re not energized. Well you know, I’m a preacher. There’s a story in the Bible about a man named Ezekiel. Ezekiel saw a valley full of dry bones. Somebody said, ‘Can these bones live?’ And the way he made them live was he started connecting them together.”
“Son of man, can these bones live?”
I said, “O Sovereign LORD, you alone know.” 🙂
Who said we were not at war with Islam?
A defiant Shahzad said “Allahu Akbar” — Arabic for “God is great” — after the judge sentenced him to the mandatory life imprisonment.
“We are only Muslims … but if you call us terrorists, we are proud terrorists and we will keep on terrorizing you,” he said.
He added: “We do not accept your democracy or your freedom because we already have Sharia law and freedom.”
“Brace yourself because the war with the Muslims has only just begun,” he told the judge before he was sentenced during the 30-minute hearing. “The defeat of the US is imminent and will happen in the near future.”
I’ll tell you the truth, this man does not deserve to breath air. He was given 6 concurrent life sentences. They should have been consecutive. FOX is now sounding like it was a big deal that he got several life sentences. Means nothing because it is served as one. I didn’t hear without the possibility of parole, but maybe the multiple life sentences will serve that purpose. Though he swore allegiance to the United States to become a citizen, he stated he didn’t really mean it. Well, obviously.
He should go before a firing squad for treason.
Prisoners who are real American citizens should not have to be in the same prison with him. I wonder if he will go to Super Max in Colorado where Zacarias Moussaoui, Richard Reid, and Ramzi Yousef are imprisoned.
Interesting that Shahzad has ties to Colorado, his wife being from there. I know that the Obama administration, shortly after he was inaugurated, removed restrictions on Richard Reid, and so I would not be surprised if they are not running operations from the prison.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/times_square_bomber_faces_sentencing_jTMkFLGYDPao0qaW8bOXtK?CMP=OTC-rss&FEEDNAME=#ixzz11VK7ra3u
October 5, 2010
On Tuesday Faisal Shahzad, the unrepentant Times Square bomber, joined at least 35 terrorists in America who will spend the rest of their lives behind the high walls of a super-maximum security prison in Colorado.
His life-in-prison cellmates – although they may never have any personal contact with one another – include Richard Reid, the so-called shoe bomber; Ramzi Yousef, the mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing; and Zacarias Moussaoui.