It looks like Sarah Palin is right again, this time on the issue of profiling.
Is Sarah Palin qualified to become President? One of the crucial qualifiers for a person to be a leader of a city, state or even a country is the person's ability to have a key sense of "sound judgement". Back in November, Sarah drove the appeasers up the wall in an interview conducted by Matt Continetti. Her comments came a few days after the Fort Hood terrorist attack in which the radical Muslim Major Nidal Malik Hasan killed 13 soldiers while wounding 30. These are the comments Sarah Palin made in her interview with Matt Continetti.
Sarah Palin "There were such clear, obvious, massive warning signs that were missed. This terrorist, even having business cards" that identified him as an "SoA" or soldier of Allah." Palin blamed a culture of political correctness and other decisions that "prevented -- I'm going to say it -- profiling" of someone with Hasan's extremist ideology. "I say, profile away". " Such political correctness "could be our downfall." If the upcoming investigations into the attack reveal bad decision-making on the part of senior officials, Palin continued, those officials ought to be fired".
No doubt those on the left considered Palin to be an even further right wing hate monger for her "closed minded remarks", however it appears that Sarah Palin's words have come home to bear fruit. Yesterday on Christmas day, a person tried to commit a terrorist act in American airspace by trying blow up Delta Flight 253 that was arriving to Detroit from Amsterdam. The suspect tried to detonate an explosive device just before the plane landed. If it weren't for the device malfunctioning and the passengers attacking the suspect, 278 people would have been killed in a Christmas Day terrorist attack. So what about the origins of the suspect? I can tell you all with certainty that the suspected bomber isn't a radical Christian, Hindu, Jew, or Buddhist. Come to think of it, I can't recall any terrorist attacks in recent history that have been carried out by the above groups mentioned. The suspect accused of trying to blow up Delta flight 278 is named Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab. He's a Nigerian Muslim who claims to have links to Al Qaeda.
Profile Away? I'll use Sarah's infamous caught phrase, "you betcha". Political Correctness will wreck this country if people don't wake up. Since the flight to Detroit originated in Amsterdam, I have to wonder what is their screening protocol for explosive devices and international terrorist suspects. Amsterdam is a very liberal city, and I'm curious whether the Muslim suspect knew that and thought he would have a better chance of sneaking an explosive device onto a plane in Amsterdam rather then trying to do it in another European city. Of course, the liberal apologists are going to come out and tell everybody "not to jump to conclusions". The media is already trying to state that Abdul Abdulmutallab may have "acted alone". The appeasement media needs to realize that it really doesn't matter whether the suspect acted alone or as a part of a organized group. The suspect is still a radical Muslim who tried to commit a terrorist attack. In June, Obama addressed the Muslim world from Cairo Egypt. I thought after Obama's address Muslims were suppose to start liking us. Actually I didn't think that at all. I was being sarcastic. I guess something didn't go according to Obama's plan. Obama doesn't want to use the word "terrorist" in his vocabulary, so I wonder what he considers what happened with Delta flight 253 yesterday? Was it a "potential fatal mishap" perhaps? It definitely looks like there is a contrasting world view between Sarah Palin and Barack Obama. One sees the world through the eyes of a naive child and one sees the world through the eyes of an adult realist. Figuring who's who should be a no brainer and who is qualified to be president based on sound judgement to understand the obvious.