Poetic Injustice?

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society on December 18th, 2014

Last week the Muslims in Afghanistan managed to reach what was, at the time, a new nadir in both irony and feral savagery. The ragheaded vermin’s response to a play about the horrors of suicide bombings was the target of a Muslim suicide bomber.

I’m sure Allah is pleased since any God that the filthy ragheads worship must be pleased by such things.

(Reuters) – A teenaged bomber on Thursday targeted a Kabul auditorium packed with people watching a drama condemning suicide attacks and being staged at a French cultural center, killing a German man and wounding 16 people, officials and a witness said.

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Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said the bomber targeted the event because it was staged “to insult Islamic values and spread propaganda about our jihad operations, especially on suicide attacks”.

Talk about a case of poetic injustice! And you just have to “love” what Mujahid jabbered about it, though he’s quite accurate in his statement. Every single thing these terrorists and jihadis do is in accordance Islamic values, which center upon jihad.

Hopefully the survivors, onlookers, and people of the world seeing this atrocity from afar will take advantage of this act of Islamic terrorism as a “teachable moment,” with the lessons being that this is Islam and the only way to deal with it through the total eradication of its worshipers unto the last of their misborn crotch-droppings.

I’m not saying that world will finally know peace once the last Muslim’s carcass lies rotting under the sun, but it sure as Hell won’t happen before that blessed day.

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Jihad in the West: Muslim Conquests from the 7th to the 21st Centuries
No Good Men Among the Living: America, the Taliban, and the War through Afghan Eyes
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Part-Timing It

Posted in Humor, Politics on December 18th, 2014

Full times goes in and part times come out
The Obama Jobs Machine In Action

Is anyone even the least bit shocked that the Part-Time POTUS has created part-times jobs, where and when his policies and use of the “bully pulpit” have created jobs at all?

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Whose Mess Is It?

Posted in 2016 Election, Humor, Politics on December 17th, 2014

There’s little point in denying that American politics is a mess and is, more often than not, about various messes. Indeed, a large part of the rhetoric flowing from the maws of politicians, especially those of Liberal bent, can be boiled down to attempting to pin down the blame for whatever mess is the currently popularized one.

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Whose Mess Is It?

Of course, if Hillary Clinton manages to secure her installment into the White House as POTUS, she would, as Mr. Dixon so poetically predicts, continue blaming President Bush Jr. for the mess rather than Obama. Such blamecasting would be even prolific if Obama’s seeming preference, the Waba Squaw, Elizabeth Warren gained the Presidency.

Mr. Dixon is also completely right in his prediction that any mess in existence will be the current POTUS’ mess the moment – hopefully for America as a result of 2016 elections – a Republican president takes office. Both the GOP’s disdain for blaming past leaders and the lamestream media’s antipathy for the GOP will ensure that.

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The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream (Vintage)
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