Poor Al Queda. They must have felt left out by the Iraq Surrender Group report recommending that the U.S. negotiate with Iran and Syria. So the latest video statement by #2 mass murderer Ayman al-Zawahri shouldn't surprise anyone.
Leader Hints U.S. Should Talk to al-QaidaNow, the question is will Democrats race to the microphones to push the latest surrender to Al Queda line in the same way they have endorsed the suggestions by the Iraq Surrender Group?
By MAGGIE MICHAEL
The deputy leader of al-Qaida, Ayman al-Zawahri, told the United States on Wednesday that it was negotiating with the wrong people in Iraq, strongly implying in a video broadcast on Al-Jazeera that Washington should be talking to his terror group.
"I want to tell the Republicans and the Democrats together ... you are trying to negotiate with some parties to secure your withdrawal, but these parities won't find you an exit (from Iraq) and your attempts will yield nothing but failure," al-Zawahri said on the tape, sections of which were aired in successive news bulletins.
"It seems that you will go through a painful journey of failed negotiations until you will be forced to return to negotiate with the real powers," he said, without identifying these powers.
Heck, if they recommend negotiation with the other members of the Axis of Evil, why not negotiate with Al Queda?