Thursday, April 13, 2006

Why we fight

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Confessed Al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui said Thursday it made his day to hear accounts of Americans' suffering from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and he would like to see similar attacks "every day."
Taking the witness stand for the second time in his death-penalty trial Thursday, Moussaoui mocked a Navy sailor who wept on the stand as she described the death of two of her subordinates.
"I think it was disgusting for a military person" to cry, Moussaoui said of the testimony of Navy Lt. Nancy McKeown. "She is military, she should expect people at war with her to want to kill her."
Asked if he was happy to hear her sobbing, he said, "Make my day."
Moussaoui said he had "no regret, no remorse" about the Sept. 11 attacks. Asked by prosecutor Rob Spencer if he would like to see it happen again, Moussaoui responded: "Every day until we get you."
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Point one: This is why we fight. No question. I couldn't care less about "dehumanizing" the enemy. I'd say they do it pretty well for themselves.

Point two: Why is there still any question as to whether or not to make a martyr out of this slime?

Point three: Defense Lawyer for a terrorist. Gotta wonder how anyone does that job.