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Thursday, 21 September 2006
Do You Remember How It Felt
Do you remember how it felt when President Reagan gave his Evil Empire Speech?

Boy did it raise a ruckus. But you know something I was so tired of hearing over and over again how terrible America was with no response from our side.

It seemed like they could say anything, call us anything but Oh NO!, we were not supposed to say or do anything to hurt their feelings.

Then our President stood before the world and stood up for us. Told them what they really were.

My reaction was, RIGHT this man is not groveling with politically correct platitudes. This man is standing up for us and the values we hold dear.

I was proud to be an American that day. I have always been proud to be an American, unlike some who seemed to be proud to be ashamed they were Americans. That Day I was reminded of why I had a right to that pride,

I am grateful to have lived at a time where I could experience that feeling.

Do you remember how it felt when President Reagan gave his Evil Empire Speech?

If not I feel in a way sorry for you, but you have today a chance to experience a 21st Century version of that.

First there was Pope Benedict statement, taken out of context, no one seems to want to listen to his clarification.

I wished to explain that not religion and violence, but religion and reason, go together,” he said. He added that he hoped he had made clear his “profound respect for world religions and for Muslims.”

Well they ignored that but the words of Lord Carey The former Archbishop of Canterbury will send them into hysterics.

Capitan's Quarters title Lord Carey Delivers The Real Thing
THE former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey of Clifton has issued his own challenge to “violent” Islam in a lecture in which he defends the Pope’s “extraordinarily effective and lucid” speech.
Lord Carey said that Muslims must address “with great urgency” their religion’s association with violence. He made it clear that he believed the “clash of civilisations” endangering the world was not between Islamist extremists and the West, but with Islam as a whole.

“We are living in dangerous and potentially cataclysmic times,” he said. “There will be no significant material and economic progress [in Muslim communities] until the Muslim mind is allowed to challenge the status quo of Muslim conventions and even their most cherished shibboleths.” ...

Lord Carey, who as Archbishop of Canterbury became a pioneer in Christian-Muslim dialogue, himself quoted a contemporary political scientist, Samuel Huntington, who has said the world is witnessing a “clash of civilisations”.

Arguing that Huntington’s thesis has some “validity”, Lord Carey quoted him as saying: “Islam’s borders are bloody and so are its innards. The fundamental problem for the West is not Islamic fundamentalism. It is Islam, a different civilisation whose people are convinced of the superiority of their culture and are obsessed with the inferiority of their power.”

Today I am proud to be a member of Western Civilization. I have a right to be proud of that. I am grateful to Lord Carey for standing up for us for a change.

They can rant, demean, rampage, deface and we are never supposed to do or say anyting that might hurt those ucivilized barbarians feellings?

Why does that sound familiar?

Do you remember how it felt when President Reagan gave his Evil Empire Speech?

If not, you are at least fortunate enough to live in a time to read when Lord Carey Deliverd The Real Thing
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