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Never Forget!

I have good news, according to the White House, the War on Terror is over. The U.S. is no longer “officially” engaged in the “war against terror” nor are we fighting “jihadists” or a “global war”. Phew, glad that’s over, did we win? Actually, the administration is banning the use of these three phrases from the official government lexicon (man, sounds almost Orwellian).

The President does not describe this as a ‘war on terrorism,'” said John Brennan, head of the White House homeland security office, who outlined a “new way of seeing” the fight against terrorism.

The only terminology that Mr. Brennan said the administration is using is that the U.S. is “at war with al Qaeda.”

“We are at war with al Qaeda,” he said. “We are at war with its violent extremist allies who seek to carry on al Qaeda’s murderous agenda.”

Obama and his administration are still living in a 9/10 universe where they think they can treat these people like criminals or they can negotiate with them. The fact is, whatever you call it, we are in a global war against terrorists and jihadists. Specifically against jihadists as they are the one’s who have declared a jihad against us. They want to wipe us and Israel off the face of the earth. Obama says we are “at war with al Qaeda” but not in a war against terror. Well, what exactly is al Qaeda, where are they, who are they? There are tons of affiliated groups that don’t call themselves al Qaeda but they want to accomplish the same things, should we just leave them alone? What if bin Laden changes the name of his terror network to something else, are we no longer at war with al Qaeda and do we just give up our efforts? Why do we care if a bunch of people who hate us, want to see us and our way of life end, are offended by the phraseology we use to describe the biggest fight against evil since Nazism?

Hey Obama, here is some free advice. Why don’t you spend less time labeling us right-wing extremists as dangerous and more time worrying about where and when the next attack against this country is coming. Changing the words you use to non-nonsensical, feel good phrases means nothing to them. You cannot win more support by trying to make nice. Welcome to the real world and the post-9/11 universe, now grow up and face our enemies, you will be held responsible. The war on terror will continue, whatever you call it, just fight it and protect this country.

Here is Beck discussing the danger and stupidness of political correctness. When you control the language you control the argument: