War On Terrorism Quotes by Hugh Shelton, George W. Bush, Don Feder, John McCain, Patty Hearst, Vito Fossella and many others.
Those are the things that, in the wrong hands – and certainly in our war on terrorism we also must attack proliferation and those nations that proliferate with chemical, biological and nuclear type devices, because that can cause the most catastrophic results.
This crusade, this war on terrorism is going to take a while.
Don’t you just hate it when the war on terrorism interferes with political correctness and liberalism’s equality fetish?
As long as there is a war on terrorism going on, we’re all going to have to work together.
I frankly don’t think it’s going to be a successful war on terrorism until law enforcement agencies like the FBI are willing to share with other law enforcement agencies. If they can’t share information, there’s no way this war can be won.
Ukraine has been a strong partner to the United States on international initiatives and a committed ally in fighting the War on Terrorism.
Terrorism is the war of the poor, and war is the terrorism of the rich.
Always there has been some terrible evil at home or some monstrous foreign power that was going to gobble us up if we did not blindly rally behind it.
Our government has kept us in a perpetual state of fear – kept us in a continuous stampede of patriotic fervor – with the cry of grave national emergency.
As the war on terrorism spreads and prolongs, the fruits of ending the threat of terrorism around the world will be tempered with a whole new series of problems to be addressed and resolved.
What really alarms me about President Bush’s ‘War on Terrorism’ is the grammar. How do you wage war on an abstract noun? How is ‘Terrorism’ going to surrender? It’s well known, in philological circles, that it’s very hard for abstract nouns to surrender.
Working together, America’s military, Iraqi security forces and the Iraqi people have won a major battle in the war on terrorism.
I think the worst thing in the world is to have the courts decide who to target in the war on terrorism. And courts are not military commanders.
Bush and his commanders in the war on terrorism are willing to waste non-terrorists to kill terrorists. Right or wrong, that is not caring about the dignity of every life.
We are in a war on terrorism. We need to conduct that war and take it to the terrorists, not here at home.
Richard Clarke had plenty of opportunities to tell us, in the administration, that he thought the war on terrorism was moving in the wrong direction and he chose not to.
As many critics have pointed, out, terrorism is not an enemy. It is a tactic. Because the United States itself has a long record of supporting terrorists and using terrorist tactics, the slogans of today’s war on terrorism merely makes the United States look hypocritical to the rest of the world.