Christians are the Real Haters
an article asserting that the “anti-Obama hyperventilating” was the result of … Christianity.
- Jennifer Rubin nails the problem with Obama’s foreign policy apparatus: It’s the President, Obama-bastard, stupid!
By Matthew Philbin/News Busters
“Our Time Has Come”, say Islamists planning to lead “at least 50,000 Muslims” to Capitol Hill Friday, September 25.Â Organizers–includingÂ several tied to the 1993 World Trade center attack–boast “the AthanÂ will be chanted on Capitol Hill, echoing off of the Lincoln Memorial, theÂ WashingtonÂ Monumentand other great edifices that surround Capitol Hill….”
Yet another setback for the “all religions are equally likely to inspire violence” crowd. Note the official indifference and complicity. “Muslim Man Beheads Christian in Egypt,” by Mary Abdelmassih forÂ AINA, September 21, via JW
watch stadiums, hotels, entertainment complexes for radical Christians!
Al Qaeda is a Christian organization, isn’t it?
“The bulletin on stadiums notes that an Al Qaeda training manual specifically lists ‘blasting and destroying the places of amusement, immorality, and sin… and attacking vital economic centers…'”
New York City on High Alert for Islamic Bomb Attacks: Scouring Stadiums, Mass Transit, Hotels, Entertainment Complexes UPDATE: “Especially Troubling” Revelations on Muslim Suspects, 9 More BEING SOUGHT
LA Times offers soapbox to Muslim Brotherhood Â agit-prop Tariq Ramadan who promptly lies his ass off:
“I am a reformist Muslim; I am a reformist scholar. . . . I take the Koran seriously. For me, these are texts that are Islamic reference…” More>>
The trash piling up in Cairo is compared to the garbage that radical Islam is dumping on the rest of the world.
- Letterman: It’s ‘Satisfying’ to Watch Obama Work
- Bill Maher: Teabaggers At March Were ‘Fat’, Lazy And Mad About ‘High Price Of Health Care’…Should Be A Tax On ‘Crappy Foods’
The Prince, who has two Jaguars, two Audis, a Range Rover and still drives an Aston Martin given to him by the Queen on his 21st birthday, said developers had a duty to put public transport and the pedestrian at the heart of their housing schemes.
Sure. Why not? The Duke of Wellington, the victor over Napoleon at Waterloo, thought it a mistake to build railroads because they would “only encourage the common people to move about needlessly.”