Muslim Outreach

Posted in Humor, Politics, Religion on February 22nd, 2015

I’ve made some negative comments about Obama’s desire to provide employment to Jihadis. Amongst other things, I felt they just weren’t employable. In the latter assertion I might have been mistaken.

A Muslim Outreach program for employing ragheads
Muslim Economic Outreach

There are jobs that American tax dollars can provide for the problematical Muslims that would solve for the problem that they are efficiently and effectively. Indeed, we should shoot for 100% in the Muslim World in order to end the issue of Radical Islam and terrorism. 😉

I’d also like to point out that, if the Muslims are brought into captivity, they’re also quite employable as pharmaceutical testers. And let’s not forget that they can also replace pig carcasses for testing the terminal performance of small arms munitions.

Related Reading:

Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters
The Psychology of Terrorism (Political Violence)
Foreign Aid: Diplomacy, Development, Domestic Politics
The End of Jobs: Money, Meaning and Freedom Without the 9-to-5
The Terrorism Lectures

Who’d Hire Them?

Posted in Humor, Politics, Religion on February 21st, 2015

Obama seemed pretty proud of his regime’s “Jobs for Jihadis” program to counter Islamic terrorism.

Who’d Hire Them?

Take a look at a sampling of them though. Who’d hire them? I can’t see where any amount of economic improvement and increased employment opportunities outside of the suicide bomber marketspace would help them much, if at all. 😆

Related Reading:

Islamist Politics in the Middle East: Movements and Change
The Obama Doctrine: American Grand Strategy Today
Politics (Dover Thrift Editions)
What To Do When You Are Rejected?
Darwin: A Graphic Biography

Help A Man…

Posted in Musings, Society on September 29th, 2011

Sometimes referred to as part of Scottish Wisdom and meant with all humor, this blunt statement carries with it a great weight of vastly unpleasant truth.

Help a man when hes in trouble, and hell remember you when hes in trouble again.

I think that what humor it evokes is of the “you either have to laugh or cry variety.”

It’s true though; more often than not, the result of helping is man is that he’ll first turn to you the next time he believes that he needs help – and so the cycle of irresponsibility and dependance begins.

Related Reading:

From Poor Law to Welfare State, 6th Edition: A History of Social Welfare in America
Foreign Aid Reconsidered
Flat Broke with Children: Women in the Age of Welfare Reform
Yes Please
Gratitude & Kindness: A Modern Parents Guide to Raising Children in an Era of Entitlement