Thursday, September 13, 2012

The Tell-Tale (R)

Today, I saw a report on Jihad Watch of an American politician who, practically alone among politicians (let alone mainstream media reporters and pundits) rightfully put the blame for the embassy massacre in Libya of an American ambassador and personnel squarely where it belongs: on the perpetrators.

In describing the cacophony of calls by American idiots (i.e., politicians and mainstream media) to denounce and even punish the filmmaker whose film about Mohammed triggered lunatic Muslims to go on a rampage and attack our embassy, this politician used the analogy of a rape victim, being accused in court of goading -- and effectively causing -- her own rape.

Eminent common sense.  And I knew, even before I pried apart the floorboards, that this lone beating heart and thinking brain in our morbidly correct Body Politic would have that tell-tale "(R)" beside his name.

And I was right:  Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz).


The problem is fairly elementary and simple (though, being Hesperado, I have been known to complicate it before),  We can sum it up in one pithy formula:

While too many Republicans and conservatives remain unconscionably remiss with respect to their obligation to study the problem of Islam and act on it, Democrats and leftists are far worse in this regard.

Further Reading:

Us and Dem
Left and Right in Black and White

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) four other House Republicans: Louis Gohmert (R-Texas), Trent Franks (R-Ariz.),  Lynn Westmoreland (R-Ga.) and Thomas Rooney (R-Fla.)


Anonymous said...

Plus, the movie was just a false flag pretext to cover for Muslim demands that a stone cold Muslim murderer be released to murder more Americans with impunity.

"In the following video from SUN TV, Brian Lilley discusses the real reason behind Tuesday’s protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Cairo. The Mohammed movie was only identified as the cause after the protest was already underway. When the event began, it focused on the demand for the release of the “Blind Sheikh”, Omar Abdel-Rahman, who is currently serving a prison term in the United States for masterminding the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993. The actual purpose for the protest was documented by CNN in an interview with Ayman al-Zawahiri’s brother."

Hesperado said...

Not only that, but the current President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, *promised* when he was running for officethat he would try to free Abdel-Rahman!