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“Religion of peace” update, gay edition

One thing that annoys me about many (not most, but many) gay people is their childish accusations that if you oppose any aspect of the gay agenda (be it marriage, openly serving in the military, adoption of children, subsidized #ssless chaps and Village People posters, etc.), that your motivation is your own latent homosexuality.  “Tee-hee…you’re really gay, neener neener!”

In this instance, though, I have to throw them a bone.  OK, bad choice of words!  How about “They may have a point”?  Yeah, that’s more like it!  Anywho, from Weasel Zippers:

Only in the Muslim would homosexual rape be the punishment for homosexuality…..

Kamal was just 16 when gunmen snatched him off the streets of Baghdad, stuffed him in the trunk of a car and whisked him away to a house. But the real terror was about to begin.

The men realized he was gay, Kamal said, when he took his shirt off and they saw his chest was shaved. (That tripped their gaydar?  Dude, every wrestler in the WWE, plus every one of the male American Gladiators, would apparently qualify as homos with this low threshold of proof! – Ed.)

“They told me to take off my clothes to rape me or they would kill me immediately. This moment was the worst moment in my life,” he told CNN, weeping as he spoke of the 2005 ordeal.

I was watching them taking off their clothes, preparing to rape me. I did not know what to do, so I started shouting loudly, ‘Please do not do that! I will ask my family to give you whatever you want.'”

A U.N. report on human rights in Iraq reinforces the accusations of violence. Although gays are supposed to be protected by law in Iraq, it says, they face extreme brutality.

“Armed Islamic groups and militias have been known to be particularly hostile toward homosexuals, frequently and openly engaging in violent campaigns against them,” the report said, adding that homosexuals have been murdered.

Islamic weirdbeards punish gay Iraqi by performing an act of gay rape.  After all, nothing says “I can’t stand queers!” quite like…uh, sodomizing one.

Methinks Ibrahaim and Abdul were repressed young jihadis.

July 24, 2008 Posted by | gay, religion of peace | 5 Comments

Obama skips visits to military bases…in order to visit throng of thrilled European fans

But hey, Senator Arugula “supports the troops”, right?  From Germany:

++ Visit to US Military Bases Cancelled ++

1:42 p.m.: SPIEGEL ONLINE has learned that Obama has cancelled a planned short visit to the Rammstein and Landstuhl US military bases in the southwest German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The visits were planned for Friday. “Barack Obama will not be coming to us,” a spokesperson for the US military hospital in Landstuhl announced. “I don’t know why.” Shortly before the same spokeswoman had announced a planned visit by Obama.

Landstuhl houses wounded American soldiers, among other patients.  Barry O loves the troops so gosh darn much that…he can’t even pay a little face time to the wounded.  Nice.

Notes Ed Morrissey:

The message here is that thousands of screaming German fans at the Tiergarten take precedence over visiting Americans serving their country at Rammstein and Landstuhl.  Maybe one of the networks following Obama could interview a few of the soldiers about how they perceive that set of priorities from Obama.

Ed notes that though the French are not as enthused about the Obamessiah’s visit as the Krauts are, Barry O still feels like gracing Gay Paree with his presence…thus showing that even the Frogs get priority over our soldiers!

What a disgusting piece of trash the left has nominated!

July 24, 2008 Posted by | Euros, Obama, shameful | 10 Comments

Obama’s new target audience: convicted death row killers

Barry O must be proud.  From Mississippi:

The youngest inmate executed in Mississippi in two decades urged death penalty opponents to vote for presidential candidate Barack Obama in order to end executions and apologized to the family of the victim in his final moments.

Dale Leo Bishop, 34, was put to death by lethal injection Wednesday for his role in the 1998 claw hammer bludgeoning of a friend.

Congrats to the Obamessiah for this most coveted endorsement.

July 24, 2008 Posted by | capital punishment, Obama, shameful | 7 Comments

The left’s anti-war hypocrites

Excellent analysis by Ralph Peters that nails the moonbats for their blatant hypocrisy on the war on terror.  Read it, please.  Here’s the intro:

AM I the only one who’s noticed the silence? Mere months ago, left-wing bloggers and demonstrators were wailing Support our troops, bring them home! seven days a week.

Now their presidential candidate has announced that he won’t bring all those troops home, but will simply transfer combat forces from Iraq to Afghanistan – expanding that war. (He’s discussed possibly invading Pakistan, too.)

And the left’s quiet as a graveyard at midnight.

Where are the outraged protests from MoveOn or the DailyKos? I thought the extreme left felt sorry for our service members in harm’s way and wanted to reunite them with their families.

What happened?

We all know exactly what happened. The left has nothing against foreign wars (as long as they don’t have to fight in person). They just want to pick our wars themselves.

The problem with Iraq wasn’t that America toppled Saddam Hussein, but that George W. Bush did it. I’ve been saying it for years: Had Bill Clinton done the job, the left would’ve celebrated him as the greatest liberator since Abraham Lincoln. …

Hit the nail on the head with that one, didn’t he?  Think about it: Bosnia was kosher for the left, since the Clenis was the one prosecuting it.  Sure, there were no American interests involved, but by golly, if the Chief Diddler of Portly Interns said it was needed, then that’s all we peasants needed to know!

July 24, 2008 Posted by | Afghanistan, hypocrisy, Iraq, moonbats, Obama | 6 Comments

MSM donates to Dems by a 100-to-1 ratio?

From IBD:

… True to form, journalists are defending their bias by saying that one candidate, Obama, is more newsworthy than the other. In other words, there is no media bias. It is we, the hoi polloi, who reveal our bias by questioning the neutrality of these learned professionals in their ivory-towered newsrooms.

Big Media applies this rationalization to every argument used to point out bias. “It’s not a result of bias,” they say. “It’s a matter of news judgment.”

And, like the man who knows his wallet was pickpocketed but can’t prove it, the public is left to futilely rage against the injustice of it all.

The “newsworthy” argument can be applied to every metric — one-sided imbalances in airtime, story placement, column inches, number of stories, etc. — save one.

An analysis of federal records shows that the amount of money journalists contributed so far this election cycle favors Democrats by a 15:1 ratio over Republicans, with $225,563 going to Democrats, only $16,298 to Republicans .

Two-hundred thirty-five journalists donated to Democrats, just 20 gave to Republicans — a margin greater than 10-to-1. An even greater disparity, 20-to-1, exists between the number of journalists who donated to Barack Obama and John McCain.

The contributions [of individuals who reported being employed by major media organizations] add up to $315,533 to Democrats and $22,656 to Republicans — most of that to Ron Paul, who was supported by many liberals as a stalking horse to John McCain, a la Rush Limbaugh’s Operation Chaos with Hillary and Obama.

What is truly remarkable about the list is that, discounting contributions to Paul and Rudy Giuliani, who was a favorite son for many folks in the media, the totals look like this: $315,533 to Democrats, $3,150 to Republicans (four individuals who donated to McCain).

Let me repeat: $315,533 to Democrats, $3,150 to Republicans — a ratio of 100-to-1. No bias there.

But I’m just sure that this disparity never shows up in reporting or coverage, o rlack thereof!  Nope…no liberal media bias!

July 24, 2008 Posted by | media bias | 2 Comments

Euros want weaker America, and thus support Obama

From Neal Boortz:

To say that Europeans are fond of Barack Obama would be an understatement. It seems that he has reached the same level of adulation and worship as he has in the United States. So when asked who Europeans would prefer to see elected as the next US president, it is no surprise that citizens of France, Germany and the UK all chose Barack Obama … by a landslide. In the UK, Obama was favored 60-15. In France, 64-4. And in Germany, they chose Barack Obama by a margin of 62-10 over John McCain. Frankly, I’m surprised that the numbers were this low.

Now if it were up to people like Barack Obama, the opinions of these foreign countries would matter. Remember Obama’s thermostat comment … “We can’t drive our SUVs and eat as much as we want and keep our homes on 72 degrees at all times … and then just expect that other countries are going to say OK.” What does it matter what other countries think about our habits? In fact, what business is it of our president? But the Europeans sure can’t wait for this guy to be in power.

Now here’s something that you won’t hear from any of the networks when it comes to analyzing the European infatuation over Obama. Several months ago the Pew Research Center did some polling in Europe. That polling showed that 58 percent of Europeans want the United States to be weakened. They want a weaker America. Oddly, that 58 percent figure is pretty close to the margin for Obama. So how are you going to feel about European attitudes about our presidential election if you walk up to someone on the street and have this dialogue:

“Would you like the United States to be weaker or stronger.”

“Weaker.”

“Who do you support, then, for president?”

“Barack Obama”

Does anyone care to look into the motives behind this European love affair with The Messiah?

It’s quite simple: Euros don’t like America and want us weak, and they think Barry O is just the guy for the job of weakening us.  A pretty good barometer of who you should vote for is whoever the Euros don’t want to win.

July 24, 2008 Posted by | Euros, Obama | 9 Comments

Senate GOP: Drill, or we’ll block everything else

Where were these nads when they ruled the chamber?  From The Hill:

Senate Republicans have threatened to block nearly all other bills pending before the August recess if Democrats refuse to vote with them on expanding offshore drilling.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said bills that do not pertain to energy can wait until after the August recess, with gas prices now surpassing $4 per gallon. McConnell and top Republicans indicated Wednesday they would oppose any procedural votes to take up other legislation, which require 60 votes to succeed.

“We think there is nothing more important that we can do right now than to deal with the Number One issue of the country,” McConnell said. “This is the biggest issue since terrorism right after 9/11. People are pounding on their desks, saying, Why don’t these people get together and do something about this problem?”

The hardball tactics reflect Republican confidence that they can pull off a major election-year victory with gas prices at record highs, after they have been battered at the polls and have lost on several recent high-profile legislative battles. …

Good luck with that.

July 24, 2008 Posted by | environuts, oil | 6 Comments

Obama blasts Bush for not boycotting Olympics opening ceremonies…then buys sponsorship!

The Obamessiah then:

Democrat Barack Obama took issue Monday with President Bush’s decision to attend the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games, saying he would go to Beijing only if he saw progress between the Chinese government and the Dalai Lama.

“In the absence of some sense of progress, in the absence of some sense from the Dalai Lama that there was progress, I would not have gone,” the presidential candidate told reporters at a news conference.

The Obamaliar now:

It’s official. Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign will be among the TV sponsors of NBC Universal’s Olympics coverage. In the first significant network-TV buy of any presidential candidate in at least 16 years, the Obama campaign has taken a $5 million package of Olympics spots that includes network TV as well as cable ads.

According to NBC’s political file, the campaign had initially requested information about 500,000, $2 million and $4 million package of Olympics spots. The network also offered the candidate a $10 million package.

Shameless piece of human waste, no?

July 24, 2008 Posted by | hypocrisy, Obama, shameful | 2 Comments