Whom do our enemies endorse?

The elections are right around the corner. In four days, we will decide if we want to throw the big-government Republicans out of office, and replace them with "we just want to talk to the terrorists" liberals. Some say that this election is a referendum on the war in Iraq or on President Bush.

If that's true, whom do our enemies, the Islamic terrorists, endorse for these elections? Well, let's go straight to the horse's mouth:

"Of course Americans should vote Democrat."
-Jihad Jaara, a senior member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terror group and the infamous leader of the 2002 siege of Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity

"This is why American Muslims will support the Democrats, because there is an atmosphere in America that encourages those who want to withdraw from Iraq. It is time that the American people support those who want to take them out of this Iraqi mud"
-Jihad Jaara

"As Arabs and Muslims we feel proud of this talk [American withdrawal from Iraq]...Very proud from the great successes of the Iraqi resistance. This success that brought the big superpower of the world to discuss a possible withdrawal."
-Muhammad Saadi, a senior leader of Islamic Jihad in the northern West Bank town of Jenin

"[The policy of withdrawal] proves the strategy of the resistance is the right strategy against the occupation."
-Abu Abdullah, a leader of Hamas' military wing in the Gaza Strip

"We warned the Americans that this will be their end in Iraq...They did not succeed in stealing Iraq's oil, at least not at a level that covers their huge expenses. They did not bring stability. Their agents in the [Iraqi] regime seem to have no chance to survive if the Americans withdraw."
-Abu Abdullah

"[The mujahedeen fighters] brought the Americans to speak for the first time seriously and sincerely that Iraq is becoming a new Vietnam and that they should fix a schedule for their withdrawal from Iraq"
-Abu Ayman, an Islamic Jihad leader in Jenin

Abu Ayman also said he is "emboldened" by Americans who compare the war in Iraq to Vietnam.

These Islamic Terrorists also reject the argument that the insurgency would end if America left Iraq.

This is the argument that Nanci Pelosi has been pushing. Recently on "60 Minutes," Pelosi said,
"The jihadists (are) in Iraq. But that doesn't mean we stay there. They'll stay there as long as we're there."

When the terrorists heard this statement what was their response?

The terror leaders UNANIMOUSLY REJECTED her contention that an American withdrawal would end the insurgency.

"There is no chance that the resistance will stop."
-Muhammad Saadi

"[American withdrawal from Iraq] would prove the resistance is the most important tool and that this tool works. The victory of the Iraqi revolution will mark an important step in the history of the region and in the attitude regarding the United States."
-Muhammad Saadi

"[American withdrawal] would mark the beginning of the collapse of this tyrant empire [America]...Therefore, a victory in Iraq would be a greater defeat for America than in Vietnam."
-Jihad Jaara

"[American withdrawal] will reinforce Palestinian resistance organizations, especially from the moral point of view. But we also learn from these (insurgency) movements militarily. We look and learn from them."
-Jihad Jaara

"American withdrawal] would convince those among the Palestinians who still have doubts in the efficiency of the resistance."
-Abu Abdullah

"The victory of the resistance in Iraq would prove once more that when the will and the faith are applied victory is not only a slogan. We saw that in Lebanon (during Israel's confrontation against Hezbollah there in July and August); we saw it in Gaza (after Israel withdrew from the territory last summer) and we will see it everywhere there is occupation."
-Abu Abdullah

They urge Americans to vote Democrat. The Democrat plan (or lack thereof) for the Iraq war will embolden their followers. And, they would continue their attacks on America.

Convinced yet?

You can read the full interview here.


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