Saturday, September 16, 2006

Muslims and the Pope's Comments

Instapundit (see blogroll at left) says it best:

Frankly, I'm pretty tired of "Muslim rage." If they're that insecure about their religion, maybe the problem isn't with the critics. I'm also pretty unimpressed with Western commentators who serve as enablers to such juvenile and destructive behavior.

"Baptist rage" certainly wouldn't get this kind of slack from the Times.


Anonymous said...

So much for "hearts and minds" eh?

Oh well, at least they still have oil we can take using the barrel end of a gun.

Darren said...

Hearts and minds? When they're burning effigies of the Pope, and constantly calling Jews pigs and saying they're descended from monkeys, show me where these people have either.

As for the oil--yeah, we're taking lots of it. Actually, we're *paying* for it. Show me where we've taken so much as a drop at the barrel end of a gun.

Anonymous, you're an idiot. An anti-American idiot.

Anonymous said...

My vote counts as much as yours.

Darren said...

Sad but true.

rightwingprof said...

The savages have murdered an Italian nun in her seventies -- by shooting her four times in the back.

See here.

allen said...

anonymous wrote:

My vote counts as much as yours.

For which you can thank dead, white, slave-owning, European males who believed that the inalienable rights are worth fighting for. With the barrel end of a gun if necessary.

Fortunately for you, the philosophical heirs to their legacy still exist and are still willing to fight for the inalienable rights.

nebraska girl said...

Amen allen. Well said!

Darren said...

Nebraska girl, welcome! I don't recall seeing your name as a commenter before.

If I may ask, how did you happen to find my little corner of the internet? And will you be coming by again some time? (say yes)

EllenK said...

I don't know about you, but I don't think we can take much more of Islamic style "peace". It appears to me that in some perverted way, peace=death to them. The only way they consider peaceful is if every single one of us believes exactly like they do. Frankly it scares the heck out of me how conciliatory so many EU and American governmnet elected officials have become. At what point exactly, do we have the right to say stop? It would appear that will only happen when something catastrophic, bigger than 9/11 happens. And I am afraid that by that time it may be too late. Plus, I look lousy in headscarves and will move to Alaska if it means I can avoid it.

nebraska girl said...

I stumbled upon your blog from visiting Joanne Jacobs' blog. I've been lurking for a few months now, finally decided to comment. And yes, I will be coming by again.