Sunday, April 12, 2009

God Bless The US Navy

FOX News is now reporting that Cpt. Richatd Phillips of the Maersk Alabama has been successfully rescued from the dirt bag Godless pirates. It appears that Cpt. Philips once again tried to escape by jumping overboard and when he did, the valiant men and women of the US Navy seized the opportunity and rescued the brave captain. The silver lining of this beyond the obvious is that the Navy killed at least 3 of the dirt bags and wounded one who is know en route to NY for prosecution for piracy against a US flagged ship.

I don't know what President Obama's actions were in this act of Terrorism, but he would not comment and I for one find it indefensible that anything short of his order for the Navy to take our fellow American back by force immediately is beyond compare. I also take exception to the news media using terms like "the FBI is headed to the region to assist with negotiations". This gives other dirt bags cause to believe that we will entertain the concept of negotiation. The only negotiation that should occur in such circumstances is whether the dirt bag/s in question gets killed, wounded, jailed, or some combination there of, but money not just NO but HELL NO, WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE THE BULLET MR. DIRT BAG PIRATE?

Once again the US taking the lead, and the UN sits around wasting good parking spaces in downtown NY City.

Our thoughts and prayers have been and will continue to be with the families that have had to deal with this challenging time and the only injured being the dirt bags.


Anonymous said...

Thank goodness for the rescue of the ship captain from the pirates. But rather than let the ship owner pay the ransom of $2 million, a cost of many millions more was imposed on the American taxpayers so that the federal navy could posture as the protector of mankind.