Tancredo Critics vs. Reality
Mr. Tancredo made only one "mistake"; he said it out loud on a talk show before the PC Curtain that shields our population from the harsh reality of what Islam is all about has been pulled back.
You see, the harsh reality of which I speak is the fact that Islam has only one reason for existing, and that is to bring the rest of the (non-Islamic) world into submission. Remember, that's what "Islam" means in Arabic--"submission."
But Mme. Reality always wins in the end; Muslims will continue, relentlessly, with their goal of world conquest. Eventually, even Mr. Tancredo's harshest critics will learn that the Golden Rule is meaningless to Islam. Islam will teach Mr. Tancredo's critics why he felt he had to say what he said.
"Being nice" doesn't cut it with Islam; its canonical documents, the Koran, the Hadith, and Sira al-Rasul, all place upon them the moral obligation to conquer the world and grants them the moral authority to commit murder and mayhem to do it. Nothing is off the table when it comes to carrying out this holy command of Allah.
More attacks will come. They will be carried out wherever the infidel lives, including in the U.S. The worst case scenario concludes that there are already weapons--possibly radiologic--in place in various locations throughout our country, awaiting only the signal to be used.
Could it be as early as August 6, 2005? August 6 was the day we used an atomic bomb on Hiroshima to end WWII; some would say that since bin Laden has spoken of "an American Hiroshima," that this might be what he meant. Boston, Chicago, New York, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Phoenix, and Seattle have all been thought to be attractive targets of an al-Qaeda nuclear assault.
Whatever form the attacks on the infidel take, they will continue. They might be multiple nuclear weapons of some sort, they might be suicide bombers, they might be forest fires. Whatever they are, in time, when all else fails to stop them,even the PC will weary of them--but they will continue.
Ultimately, we will be pushed to the wall. That's when Mme. Reality will tell Mr. Tancredo's critics, "I told you so."