Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Where's Molly?

America is sick.  We The People are not sick, but the body politic is, and our nation suffers from a Carteresque malaise.  We suffer from a few cancerous growths, and termites and rodents have eaten away much of our constitutional foundation.  A bipartisan gang of chiselers has turned our federal government into a criminal enterprise that hands out taxpayer money in exchange for votes, but we're wise to their depredations and we're fixin' to clean house.  Literally.

In Obama's America, Journalists hide from Muslim extremists
The story of journalist Molly Norris, now in hiding from Muslim murderers, saddens me.  It is disgusting that this should happen here in The United States of America.
The FBI told her she had to because otherwise it couldn't protect her against death threats from Muslims she'd angered. Earlier this year, Norris started "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" to protest radical Muslims' violently stifling freedom of speech and conscience. (Washington Examiner)
Meanwhile, our perfidious press, who tore at George Bush like a pack of ravenous wolves, is pissing down its collective leg in fear.  Not a peep from these supposedly brave defenders of free speech.  

New York Slimes, Washington Compost, San Fran Sicko Cornicle, El Lay Times, Atlanta Urinal and Constipation... You Suck!!!  You all suck!!!  and the quicker you all go bankrupt the better! 
 
The FBI should be tracking down and killing those threatening her, not telling her to go into hiding.

So we can't protect people in this country anymore?  OK.  Why then did we just grant asylum to Mexican journalist Jorge Luis Aguirre?  Nothing against Mexicans, and lord knows we need real journalists to pick up the slack for the media personalities who have given up real reporting.

Thank God Mr Aguirre is safe from murderous drug lords, but this reveals a gross inconsistency.  The FBI cannot protect an American citizen from Muslim murderers, but it grants asylum to a foreigner threatened by drug gangs.


Welcome to Obama's America...

3 comments:

  1. I remember all the outrage from the religious right here in America when an artist depicted Jesus with cow manuere. There were even death threats. True, it wasn't as over-the-top and dangerous as the vitriol from the Muslim world, but it was vitriol nontheless. Then there's the abortion provider murders, the gay bashing incidents, and the fact that for all our pride in our "civilized relgion," we kill each other over stupid $#@! more than the terrorists ever could.

    Look: Religion is irrational and so religious people act irrationally. There are like a billion Muslims in the world and a core tenet of their faith is iconoclasm - especially regarding any image of Mohammed. Instead of respecting that, some geniuses, looking to make a name for themselves, choose to disprepect that deeply held tenet of the Muslim religion.

    Ya' know what? If ya' can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen - or - if you can't take the death threats, don't disrespect the religion.

    JMJ

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  2. Thus spoke the dhimmi Jersey McJones:
    if you can't take the death threats, don't disrespect the religion.

    That is an extremely un-American statement and flies in the face of everything this country was founded upon.

    I also notice how liberals defend the global cancer of Muslim violence while reminding us of acts of Christian violence in this country (which can be counted without taking your shoes off and using your toes.)

    The difference between Americanism and militant islam, is that we punish such violence while militant muslims celebrate it.

    Nobody died over "Last Temptation of Christ" or "Piss Christ" or the Virgin Mary being sculpted out of elephant dung. Conversely, rioting islamists burned down embassies and killed hundreds over some cartoons.

    There is no moral equivalence between our societies. We are superior.

    And I promised Les I wouldn't talk religion here while he was away. Thanks Jersey!

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  3. "...if you can't take the death threats, don't disrespect the religion."

    Ah....excuse me, but shouldn't that apply to anti-Christian "artists", too? Otherwise, you'd be guilty of hypocracy, Mr. McJones!

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