Thursday, July 21, 2011

We're in The Fight of Our Lives

The Fight of Our Lives

By William Bennett with Seth Leibsohn

Review by John B

Why the war?

How did it start?

Have we forgotten?

Who is the enemy?

How does he think?

What does he tell us about himself?

What does he promise he will do to us?

Have we forgotten what he already has done to us?

Have our leaders lost their resolve?

Have we forgotten 9/11?

Find the answers to these and other imposing questions, in the book The Fight of Our Lives.

This book, however, was not intended to detail every mistake, error, and lapse of judgment which was made in regard to the war, which radical Islam has declared on America and the west. (And may I add, on Israel). Also, this book was not intended for a platform for criticism of President Barack Obama. There is criticism of both this and the previous administration. There is some praise for both administrations, as well.

It is of the utmost importance to know the answers to the above questions, as well as others. if the America we know and love, is to survive.

In The Fight of Our Lives, William Bennett with Seth Leibsohn examine the devolution of America's post-9/11 tenacity and how this Country's well-meaning culture of religious tolerance , coupled with soft and apologetic political leadership, has placed us squarely in the pocket of radical Islamists who have made it clear their intention is to obliterate everything we value.(from the book jacket).

This book is a MUST READ, for anyone who cares even a little about our country, and the freedom we hold dear. The Fight of Our Lives will help us re-gain our perspective. It will help us better understand the threats we face. We will discover how our leaders have weakened their stance. See how our Politically-correct ideology has crippled us. (who decides what is politically correct? And, why do we follow their dictates?) We have little ability left to accurately interpret and respond to our enemies. We must change course. We must re-engage the fight. If we don't, the results will be tragic!

Hope you find this book as interesting and informative as I did.

John B

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