Etched into the American psyche is the carnage of terrorism. From the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and the Boston Marathon bombing to images seen almost daily from the Middle East and Africa, reasonable people agree there is no place for such brutality in the civilized world.
If you’re with the Obama administration, though, you’ve redefined terrorism and are rewarding and funding the terrorist mindset with taxpayer dollars.
Get used to hearing about the Palestinian Unity Government, a “technocratic” government, which Dictionary.com defines as “a theory or system of society according to which government is controlled by scientists, engineers and other experts.” Christians United for Israel offers a more realistic description: “bureaucrats with (supposedly) no blood on their hands.”
The dictionary definition is being used as the rationale by the administration to fund the new Palestinian government that has recently partnered with Hamas, a U.S.-designated foreign terrorist organization. The Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006 was signed into law to prevent the Palestinians from using their annual $500 million U.S. taxpayer-funded allotment to promote terrorism. Concerns about funding Hamas were serious enough that the terrorist group was singled out in the resolution: “To urge members of the international community to avoid contact with and refrain from supporting the terrorist organization Hamas until it agrees to recognize Israel, renounce violence, disarm, and accept prior agreements, including the Roadmap.”