You Go, Girl! Moment In Afghanistan

Can anyone imagine this incredible event happening if we had followed the hard left method of sitting back and holding meetings to see why Islamic extremists hate us after being attacked on 9/11?

Several hundred women, many holding aloft pictures of relatives killed by drug lords or Taliban militants, held a loud but nonviolent street protest today, demanding that President Hamid Karzai purge from his government anyone connected to corruption, war crimes or the Taliban.

“These women are being very brave,” said the protest leader, her face hidden by a burka. “To be a woman in Afghanistan and an activist can mean death. We want justice for our loved ones!”

Afghan police, in riot gear, monitored the rally as it worked its way slowly through muddy streets to the United Nations building here, but they did nothing to disrupt the event.

It gets better

While the women took the lead in the protest, about 500 men followed them in support, an unusual display in Afghan culture of men allowing women to take a leadership role.

Amazing that that would happen in any Islamic nation. Thank you, George Bush, for having the passion and fortitude to free these people from Islamic extremists.

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