Michael J. Del Rosso, a colleague of mine on the recently released Team B II report, "Shariah: The Threat," has a question for the media, now covering and prepping coverage of the GOP Pledge.
Is there is any chance, he wonders, that "their analysis of the GOP Pledge might raise the glaring omission that -- nine years into a shooting war with 3,000 innocent civilians murdered in the homeland, many more thousands of troops Killed In Action, tens of thousands more Wounded In Action, hundreds of thousands traumatized by combat operations, over a trillion dollars spent and no end in sight -- OUR POLITICAL ELITES IN BOTH PARTIES SEEM UNABLE OR UNWILLING TO IDENTIFY OUR ENEMY, THEIR DOCTRINE, AND THEIR OBJECTIVES!"
Michael describes the crisis of our times, an abdication of responsibility, moral and strategic, of epic proportions, something I've long chronicled as a "see-no-Islam" phenomenon. It becomes all too easy not to look. But don't be surprised if liberty is lost while everyone's eyes are closed.