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Still stuck on stupid

No common denominator here,

 

Jobs for Jihadists program to be accompanied by courses in finger painting, basket weaving, drum circles.

At the White House Summit on Extremism That Shall Remain Unspecified Because Violent Followers Belonging To Unnamed Extremist Movement Might Take Extreme Offense And Act Extremely, the feds are touting a groundbreaking new strategy to fight terrorists.

The Religion of Perpetual Outrage is just misunderstood and, anyway, it’s all our fault.

Vice President Joe Biden opened the convention of jihad-coddlers on Tuesday by emphasizing the need for “respect” (cha-ching) and “a sense of community.” White House senior aides spoke generically about terrorists of “all shapes and sizes,” as they studiously avoided the precise nature and identity of the perpetrators of evil that precipitated the meeting.

We aren’t nuanced enough to figure out the difference between Islamic extremists burning people alive, beheading people and committing genocide, and Muslims like Dr. Zuhdi Jasser who are just as appalled by the extremist element of Islam.  Why does the Community Organizer-in-Chief think the crazies of Islam have “legitimate grievances”? Isn’t he “nuanced” enough to see the difference between them and ordinary Americans who practice Islam?  BO, whether he realized it or not, made this whole Sociology 101 speech all about religion. He failed miserably – Bless his little heart.

 

The love affair is over. BO blames the (gasp) media for the distortion of Islam to the general public. He should just stop talking.

. So the image they get of Muslims or Islam is in the news. And given the existing news cycle, that can give a very distorted impression. A lot of the bad, like terrorists who claim to speak for Islam, that’s absorbed by the general population.

Has anyone else noticed the BO has taken sides in the Sunni/Shiite conflict that’s ongoing?

Deaths from Islamic terorists

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. Well, at least Bo thought enough about the Islamists war on civilization to hire a new “Twitter Czar”. Can’t make this stuff up…

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/obama-picks-twitter-czar-help-004300689.html

  2. So, finally, there is agreement…been saying this for years, it’s so obvious that it can’t be denied

    ” the Los Angeles Times concedes that, “beyond measles, however, there are some serious diseases that are brought to the United States from Mexico and Central America.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2015/02/18/l-a-times-concedes-serious-diseases-come-from-mexico-central-america/

  3. Todays’ apologists, tomorrows’ victims…bet on it
    http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/5228/islamist-threat-europe?anid=7

  4. King Abdullah of Jordan and Al-Sisi of Egypt have great jobs programs….Obama is not pleased by them.

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2015/02/egypt-commandos-strike-isis-hard-in-libya/#more-117089

  5. Like father, like son
    President Bill Clinton described Hafez Al-Assad as “a man we could work with.” A few years ago, when he was rather chummy with the Assad clan, the then-Senator John Kerry believed that Bashar Al-Assad could be “useful like his father.” Former Israeli Foreign Minister Itamar Rabinovich echoed that sentiment.

    Today, Bashar Al-Assad is playing the role of the son of the Levanter, offering his services to any would-be buyer through interviews with whoever passes through the corner of Damascus where he is hiding. At first glance, the Levanter may appear attractive to those engaged in sordid games. In the end, however, the Levanter must betray his existing paymaster in order to begin serving a new one. Four years ago, Bashar switched to the Tehran-Moscow axis and is now trying to switch back to the Tel-Aviv-Washington one that he and his father served for decades.

    However, if the story has one lesson to teach, it is that the Levanter is always the source of the problem, rather than part of the solution. ISIS is there because almost half a century of repression by the Assads produced the conditions for its emergence. What is needed is a policy based on the truth of the situation in which both Assad and ISIS are parts of the same problem.

    http://www.aawsat.net/2015/02/article55341622/opinion-like-father-like-son

  6. So much fun…LOL

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