Better in a Burka

Hijab is pathetic: Why not done the full Monty?


U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, wears a scarf inside Ommayad Mosque during her tour at a popular market in downtown Damascus, Syria, Tuesday April 3, 2007. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrived in Syria on Tuesday, the highest-ranking American politician to visit the country since relations began to deteriorate four years ago. President George W. Bush criticized the trip, saying it sends mixed signals to President Bashar Assad. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

5 thoughts on “Better in a Burka”

  1. This is a pathetic person struggling for international recognition as a viable leader of this great country of ours. My God how she and her little group of wannabes are appeasing our enemies.

    This reminds me of the days when Hanoi Jane partied with the North Vietnamese while our own were imprisoned in boxes and wet concrete cages.

    It’s pictures like this and comments made by her, Reid, Murtha, et. al. that scare the ever loving crap out of me. Where is this country heading?

    Thanks for your posts. These are good, informative reads!


  2. I agree, some people have checked out altogether, this woman has a mental look about her too, any western person, not a loan a women that appeases Islam or becomes a Muslim, they are not right in the head. Extreme mental illness alert

  3. Tired of being beheaded, hijacked, kidnapped and terrorized? Try Dhimmitude! It’s 100% submissive and guaranteed to appease the enemies of freedom. Well, temporally anyway. Because that’s all we have to do you know, is just be nice to them.

  4. Seems pelosi can’t keep a message straight(Yahoo news Reuters):

    “(Our) meeting with the president enabled us to communicate a message from prime minister Olmert that Israel was ready to engage in peace talks as well,” Pelosi, the third most senior official in Washington, told reporters after talks with Assad.

    An Israeli government official said that was not the message Olmert had asked Pelosi earlier this week to convey to Assad, who seeks the return of the Golan Heights, a strategic plateau Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war.

    “The prime minister said Israel is interested in peace with Syria, but Syria would first have to abandon the path of terror and providing support for terrorist groups,” the official said, in reference to Palestinian group Hamas and Lebanon’s Hezbollah.

    “Comments (Olmert) made to the speaker of the House did not represent any change in a policy Israel has expressed to all international figures dealing with the (Syrian) issue,” a statement from Olmert’s office said.

    Syrian officials said Damascus wants to help Washington achieve an “honorable withdrawal” from Iraq but in return the United States must press Israel to return the Golan Heights.

    “The United States has been working in multilateral forums with countries in the region, countries in Europe, to send a message to the Syrians that they need to change their behavior, and it’s unfortunate that she (Pelosi) took this unilateral trip which we only see as counterproductive,” White House National Security Council spokesman Gordon Johndroe told reporters.

    The United States withdrew its ambassador from Syria shortly after the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Rafik al-Hariri in February 2005. Many Lebanese blame Syria for the killing. Damascus denies involvement.

    Pelosi arrived in Saudi Arabia later on Wednesday. She is set to visit the unelected quasi-parliament on Thursday after visiting King Abdullah’s ranch outside Riyadh on Wednesday night, Saudi and U.S. officials said.

    Normally close U.S.-Saudi relations suffered a rift last week when King Abdullah termed the U.S. occupation in Iraq as “illegitimate” in a speech to the Arab summit in Riyadh.

    (Additional reporting by Jeffrey Heller in Jerusalem, Tom Perry in Beirut and Andrew Hammond in Riyadh)

  5. I guess we are going to have to shoot the democrats. The founders of our country recognized that this might have to happen now and then to preserve liberty. I’m surprised no one has started taking them out yet.

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