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January 03, 2005

Pink Alert: Moonbat Aid to Terrorists

Militant moonbats Gael Murphy and Medea Benjamin, representing the traveling circuses Code Pink and Global Exchange, have managed to reach a fund-raising milestone that will also raise your hair: these proud crusaders for loony-left righteousness have generated $600,000 in assistance for the terrorist stronghold Fallujah.

"Humanitarian assistance" usually makes for good press. But Benjamin admits that the point was to assist "the other side" -- i.e., the terrorists our country is at war with.

Most will recall that the rat's nest known as Fallujah was evacuated of innocent civilians (at significant strategic cost to the Coalition), so that the terrorists who had made it their de facto capital could be flushed out. Only within the last two weeks have a few civilians been allowed back in.

Considering the circumstances, and the agenda of those involved, it appears that their aid was targeted to the al Qaeda-linked insurgency that has been murdering Iraqi citizens on a daily basis, sabotaging American attempts to give the country a modern infrastructure, doing everything in its power to prevent democracy from taking root, and killing U.S. troops.

According the United States Code, the crime of treason applies to "whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere." But despite the admirable efforts of LindaSoG at Something... and Half of Something, there appear to be no plans to investigate.

Benjamin added willful inducement of nausea to her rap sheet by singing the John Lennon refrain "All we are saying is give peace a chance" after Jordanian authorities shooed her covey of kooks away from UN headquarters in Amman, where they had organized an anti-U.S. protest without bothering to get a permit.

Murphy's prior accomplishments include demonstrating the Left's high regard for the civilized norms of public discourse by disrupting Donald Rumsfeld's testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, as well as by rushing the convention floor at last year's Republican Convention dressed in pink lingerie.

Code Pink has announced plans to impose their "family-friendly" freak show on President Bush's second inauguration on January 20.

Communists and Islamofascist terrorists have a lot in common -- contempt for individual life and liberty, hatred of America, blood on their hands all the way up to the shoulders -- and of course, the same fifth-column sympathizers.

Code Pink's communist sympathies -- their slobbering admiration for America-baiting Castro clone Hugo Chavez recalls Josef Stalin's "useful idiot" fan club -- have apparently evolved into sympathy for the devil-du-jour, al Qaeda et al.

"We are the ants," Benjamin warns. "You don't see our work immediately, but we build and we build and we grow and we become so big you can't ignore us."

Someone hand me a can of Raid.


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Code Pink activists bursting loose from an asylum.

Posted by Van Helsing at January 3, 2005 06:00 AM

Comments

They were so surprised they couldn't protest in Jordan: do they think free speech is a global phenomenon?

Posted by: Jane at January 4, 2005 02:20 PM

Pink Moon Bats? Do they come in colors now? I thought moonbats were all the same color and size and whatnot...Isn't it politically INCORRECT to give a group a title that suggest the sex of it's members?
These people ARE loosers in every sense of the word. They, like MoveOn, will cause the demise of the dems.

Posted by: Raven at January 4, 2005 03:31 PM

Since they choose the most ridiculous methods of expression available, I'll dismiss them with just the kind of sentiment that boils their bras-- at least they're not so ugly as the usual Moonbat protesters against human decency. I could think of worse things that seeing a bunch of broads on Broadway in their panties. Makes the day go by, right?

TNS

Posted by: TripleNeckSteel at January 4, 2005 05:36 PM