Rattlesnake Logic – Interesting Commentary From the Internet

Rattlesnake Logic

As long as we insist on maintaining the “moral high ground,” we will NEVER win the war on terrorism! We’re in a conflict which we absolutely INSIST in playing by the rules – against a maniacal group who have NO rules!

Rattlesnake Logic in dealing with terrorists.

After the Boston bombing the news media spent days and weeks trying to determine why these men did what they did. They want to know what America did to make these brothers so angry with us.

They want to know why these men were not arrested before they did something so terrible.

The media is in a tizzy about this new era of homegrown radicals and about why and how they can live among us and still hate us.

A Texan explained it:

Here in west Texas, I have rattlesnakes on my place, living among us.

I have killed a rattlesnake on the front porch.

I have killed a rattlesnake on the back porch.

I have killed a rattlesnake on my road.

I have killed a rattlesnake by my fishing pond.

I have killed rattlesnakes in the barn, in the shop and on the driveway.

In fact, I kill every rattlesnake I encounter.

I kill rattlesnakes because I know a rattlesnake will bite me and inject me with venom. I don’t stop to wonder WHY a rattlesnake will bite me; I know it WILL bite me because it’s a rattlesnake and that’s what rattlesnakes do.

I don’t try to reason with a rattlesnake or have a “meaningful dialogue” with it. I just kill it.

I don’t try to get to know the rattlesnake better so I can find a way to live with the rattlesnakes and convince them not to bite me. I just kill them.

I don’t quiz a rattlesnake to see if I can find out where the other snakes are, because (a) it won’t tell me and (b) I already know they live on my place. So, I just kill the rattlesnake and move on to the next one.

I don’t look for ways I might be able to change the rattlesnake to a non-poisonous rat snake. I just kill it. Oh, and on occasion, I accidentally kill a rat snake because I thought it was a rattlesnake at the time.

Also, I know for every rattlesnake I kill, two or three more are lurking out there in the brush. In my lifetime I will never be able to rid my place of rattlesnakes.

Do I fear them? Not really. Do I respect what they can do to me and my family? Yes!

And because of that respect, I give them the fair justice they deserve. I kill them. As a country, we should start giving more thought to the fact that these jihadists’ are telling the world their goal is to kill Americans and destroy our way of life.

They have posted graphic videos on the internet showing them beheading Americans. They are serious. They are exactly like rattlesnakes. It is high time for us to start acting accordingly!

I love this country. It’s the damn government I’m afraid of! Why?

Look who’s in the White House!

Arif Alikhan, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Mohammed Elibiary, Homeland Security Adviser

Rashad Hussain, Special Envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC)

Salam al-Marayati, Obama adviser and founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council and is its current executive director

Imam Mohamed Magid, Obama’s Sharia Czar from the Islamic Society of North America

Eboo Patel, Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships

The foxes are now officially living in the hen house… Now ask me why I am very concerned!

Do you feel OK with this? How can this happen? – and when will we wake up? We are quiet while our country is being drastically changed!

In 2015 a federal judge took the oath of office on the Quran!!! Why should this be allowed?????

One thought on “Rattlesnake Logic – Interesting Commentary From the Internet

  1. Great story and analogy. Reminds me of the Native American story of the fox and the scorpion. In a nutshell – a fox and a scorpion find themselves in a rainstorm at the edge of a river. As the fox prepares to swim across, the scorpion asks the fox for a ride. Fox says, “As much as I’d like to help you, I know you will sting me. I cannot help you.”Scorpion replies, “I promise not to sting you, as that would be bad for the both of us. I want to live, and that can only happen if you help me.” So, the fox allows the scorpion onto his back and begins crossing the river. Halfway across, he feels the sting of the scorpion. As his legs begin to lose strength and he begins to sink, he asks the scorpion, “Why did you sting me? Now we will both die.” Scorpion replies, “Because it is my nature.”

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