so good thing it wasn't just one memo then right?
when scripture is cited atop almost every memo, with a picture reference to the troops or military activities of the day previous, it seems wrong to me...especially when it is coupled with the President saying that it was God who was directing his decisions
on a separate note
will you admit that there is just as much difference between terrorist extremists and the majority of the Muslim world as there is between the members of the Westboro baptist church and the average American church goer? I agree with you that there are terrorists out there that everyone would like stopped, but the way you describe the situation, you make it sound like the majority of Muslims are terrorists, or extremists, and that they all need to be eradicated, which is not true at all.
What we need to do is show that the US, collectively, does not think that all Muslims need to be eradicated, and that they deserve, and have our respect. It's not so much our duty to persuade the jihadists you mentioned to love America, rather, our goal should be to convince those that are a part of the overarching community that we do not have radically different ideologies, and that we, as Americans, as westerners, are willing to listen, pay attention, and respect the differences that do arise in our implementation of our commonalities. Respect gets respect (geeze where have i read this one before?*), and by achieving this with the moderates we can curb the flow of new extremists.