Saturday, September 16, 2006
Muslim Fury At The Pope;
Muslim Rage At The Pope;
Muslim Fury At Bikini Model;
Muslim Fury At Jail Escape;
Muslim Fury At Sex Toy (aka "Mustafa Shag");
Let us not forget Muslim Fury At Cartoons.
And Muslim Tolerance...boy, is that an oxymoron.
Now I know why Liberals identify and associate themselves so closely with the Radical IslamoFascists. Both groups consider themselves exempt from any and all types of criticism and react abnormally hostile when admonished.
I don't agree with the Right all of the time, and often not a majority of the time, but the Left offers me absolutely nothing. I think I will be voting for many independent candidates this November.
thanks for stoppin by, take care Phoe...Yang...er...Bug. ;-)
or did you mean the liberals? in which the same answer would apply, right ?
Liberalism is all about messages that are strong enough to be disseminated from a common source, to multiple directions, explosively, as far-flung as possible. Mass communication. Talking points. Strong enough for mass communication -- but too logically weak for a dialogue. Islamo-fascism, on the other hand, is all about taking us back to a place where there was no mass communication at all. The two are finding common interests because only now, do we have things like "talk radio" (as we know it today) and "blogging" and e-mail and web pages. Only now do we have the widespread use of technology that can truly sustain a dialog.
This is too harsh of an environment for liberals, and for Islamo-fascists. So they have a common enemy now. Neither will admit to sharing interests with the other, but boy their talking points sure sound a lot alike. They can't afford for too many people to think for themselves, they have to tell everybody what to think and get "outraged" when disobeyed.
On a lighter note, I chuckle when the strict islamo facists point to living in the 7th century and strictly keeping with the mores of that time....until they have to pause to answer their cell phones.
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