Terrorists 'Will Follow The Strong Horse'
Osama bin Laden was interviewed a few years ago. In the interview he stated "they will follow the strong horse." The corollary being they will chase the weak horse. In short the terrorists respect strength and bully the weak; a concept that has been around for millennia.
he terrorists that killed Ambassador Stevens clearly do not fear America. Apologizing to the terrorists blaming the deaths on a film no one has seen is a sign of weakness. Is this our foreign policy?
Do we have a foreign policy? If so what is it?
Keith C. De Filippis
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