February 25, 2012

Obama World Apology Tour – Year 3.1 [Darleen Click]

Meanwhile, The Religion of Peace continues to riot over the Korans-used-as-terrorist-communications-media burning.

The unnamed colonel and major were reportedly shot in the head by an Afghan – thought to be a police officer – with the security clearance necessary to access their secure area the heart of the Afghan government.

The killing is likely retaliation for American troops burning copies of the Koran – as protests over the controversial actions enter their fifth day. [...]

Protests today also broke out in Pakistan as Muslim marched in support of the demonstrations in Afghanistan over the burning of the Koran.

Americans aren’t the only target.

A furious mob has desecrated dozens of Commonwealth War Graves in a Libyan cemetery amid continuing fury in the Middle East over the burning of the Koran by U.S. soldiers.

Headstones commemorating British and Allied servicemen, killed during World War II campaigns in the Western Desert, lay smashed and strewn across Benghazi Military Cemetery. [...]

There were immediate fears the Taliban and other insurgent groups would try to exploit the claims, using it as a rallying call against US, British and fellow Coalition forces.

The protests come as the FBI announced it has removed hundreds of pages of training documents that painted inaccurate or stereotypical views of Islam.

The counter-terrorism training materials referred to the Prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam, as a cult leader and included graphs that implied devout Muslims got more violent throughout history, while Jews and Christians became less violent.

Heh.

Sarah Palin wonders where is Karzai’s apology and Newt brings it home …

“There seems to be nothing that radical Islamists can do to get Barack Obama’s attention in a negative way and he is consistently apologizing to people who do not deserve the apology of the president of the United States period,” Gingrich said.

“And, candidly, if Hamid Karzai, the president of Afghanistan, doesn’t feel like apologizing then we should say good bye and good luck, we don’t need to be here risking our lives and wasting our money on somebody who doesn’t care.”

Worthless Jim Carney whines

“[The apology] is wholly appropriate, given the sensitivities to this issue, the understandable sensitivities,”

Funny, how Obama’s definition of appropriateness of behavior based on religious sensitivities doesn’t include Christians.

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  1. Two more for the “Ann Coulter has the right idea” file.

  2. A confident culture would have burned ‘em unapologetically,

    An astute, culturally sensitive confident culture would have shot the message passing jihadis in the head for defiling the Koran.

  3. As I understand it, the Korans were confiscated because prisoners were writing in them to pass messages to one another. It is considered desecration to write in a Koran, if a Koran is desecrated the proper procedure is to burn it.

    If you are fighting an enemy that is batshit fucking crazy, the proper procedure is to kill the motherfuckers and not waste time trying to reason with irrational idiots.

    And don’t apologize if you are right.

  4. Two more for the “Ann Coulter has the right idea” file.

    Amen to that. Did you all see the video made by Kira Davis? It was awesome.

  5. Great, even better. We’re apologizing for trying to do the right thing.

  6. Fuck them and their fucking Koran. I was always the type of person who would respect the objects that others revered.

    Since 9/11? Not so much.

    backward, 8th century, barbarians.

  7. In related news a deranged food stamp recipient recently denied the benefits he’d used to purchase lobster and soda pop went on a rampage, killing two.

    Obama promptly apologized to the Welfare State.

  8. This makes me long for that “old time religion.”

    “Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius.”

  9. I’m waiting for Obama to apologize to the Catholic Bishops. Ordering them to directly violate their faith certainly ranks higher than merely torching their holy book.

  10. Good thing that Sec. of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano had the foresight to focus much of her departmental apparatus on the dangers stemming from all us right-wing, gun owning, ex-military types……everybody knows that WE’RE the ones that should be feared.
    Nothing to fear from the jihadists, after all, that would be profiling.
    And profiling is wrong.

    Butch is Sundance
    Peanut butter is jelly
    Beanie is Cecil

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  12. This makes me long for that “old time religion.”
    “Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius.”

    The book to read.

    About the Albigensian Crusades, that is. Because Béziers was an earlier massacre.

  13. Careful Ernst and kensei – I made some crack once about the “endura” and we had someone from the Albigensian Anti-Defamation League or some such pop in and chide me… You guys would get the full finger wagging for sure!

  14. Oh, and this is not going to help, Mr. CinC.

    Showing good manners helps – but going too far in an apology gives off the scent of weakness – one might as well rub a steak on onesself and jump into a kennel of hungry and pissed off Rottweilers.

  15. well that “kick me” sign on barack’s back doesn’t help

  16. Shoulda killed every one of those dirtbags when we had the chance, plowed the fields with salt and left.

  17. My husband’s remark whenever this sort of thing happens is “Glass”. I concur.

  18. He’s one sorry sumabitch ain’t he.

    eight more months.

  19. Iranian Commander says the only thing to pacify the muslims is to burn down the White House and kill all the military leaders.

  20. I’m happy to have this primary fight because it is being fought in suchgood faith. Republicans being against sex is not good,” the G.O.P. strategist Alex Castellanos told me mournfully
    Wyoming it is.

  21. yea i was watching fox last nite and judge janine and her pals were saying rethuglicans think sex is “icky”. off button.

  22. Hey nr I was thinking about you yesterday. It had been such a long time since I had read Havel, and the green-grocer allegory has been buzzing around in my head ever since you posted it; in part because I have taken my sign down, and the personal consequences are coming due, but I am dropping my fears and chains. Thanks.

    I came in to paste that this sounds like a fabulous idea to me(no need to click over)

  23. I’m watching some Dem repeat the Chris Wallace charge that “no republican will accept 10 dollars in spending cuts in exchange for 1 dollar in tax increases”.
    I think it is time to call that bluff. Can someone craft a plan like that and ask the Democrats if they are willing to accept it? $10 dollars in real cuts, actual fewer dollars spent, and a tax reform plan that wipes out all the crony capital bullshit exemptions deductions, etc, streamlines the code, and changes the Hollywood accounting system to their taxes being a cut of the gross, add a surtax on trial lawyer earnings, start taxing private “institutions of higher education” on their endowment earnings.. We can get a relative dollar’s worth of tax increases without touching the productive members of the society.

  24. The media would surely bring up Anita Hill’s allegations of sexual harassment. Voters who looked past Barack Obama’s and George W. Bush’s youthful drug use, however, might be similarly inclined to forgive Thomas for an indiscretion that occurred 30 years ago. It’s also hard to imagine the Democrats, who still embrace Bill Clinton, gaining much traction with Hill’s old accusations.

    Yeah, just ask Herman Cain.

    Where do they find these people?

  25. While Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney have all criticized President Obama’s Afghanistan apology in recent days, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said in an interview on Sunday that such rhetoric was “troubling” and could potentially exacerbate the conflict.

    “I find it somewhat troubling that our politics would enflame such a dangerous situation in Afghanistan,” she said in an interview with CNN.

    Clinton said that “it was the right thing to do” for Obama to apologize

  26. “Whenever Congress refuses to act, Joe and I we’re going to act,” Obama said at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, with Vice President Joe Biden off to the side. “In the months to come, wherever we have an opportunity, we’re going to take steps on our own to keep this economy moving.”

    He added later: “With or without Congress, I’m going to be continuing to fight with them. I do hope Congress joins me instead of spending the coming months in a lot of phony political debates focusing on the next election.”

    So he is going to continue to fight with Congress whether they fight back or not?

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