Damn Straight!

Congressman West also commits the greatest sin possible in CAIR’s eyes, calling the enemy by its proper name, “Islamic terrorists.”

I heart him


20 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kim
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 11:17:17

    I want to extend my sincere condolences to the families of the Army Colonel and Major who were killed by Afghanistan security forces over this “burning Koran” episode.

    If we had resolute leadership in the White House, we would have explained that these Islamic terrorist enemy combatants detained at the Parwan facility used the Koran to write jihadist messages to pass to others.

    In doing so, they violated their own cultural practice and defiled the Koran and turned the Koran into contraband.

    The Islamic cultural practice and Parwan detention facility procedures support burning the “contraband.”

    Instead here we go again, offering apology after apology and promising to “hold those responsible accountable.” Responsible for what?

    When tolerance becomes a one-way street it leads to cultural suicide.

    This time it immediately led to the deaths of two American Warriors.

    America is awaiting the apology from President Hamid Karzai.


  2. Kim
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 11:30:56

    CNN Contributor Will Cain counters, “Senator Durbin, I haven’t heard one thing that backs up what you suggest. Just give me an example, how are they at war with Islam?



  3. Sherry
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 12:13:14

    I just heard that Congressman West wants to give the victims of Ft. Hood the Purple Heart. I’m all for that!

    I read an article that was the best on this subject of what is up in Afghanistan. These rioters and murderers are not al Queda or Taliban. They are citizens. The writer says alot that you will say, Damn straight, to, so here’s the link:


    Another article talked about burning being the only method to getting rid of the koran. However, and the writer missed it, it is not to be buried in a garbage dump afterward. Nevertheless, these bassackward barbarians go too far with their retaliation when they murder people over it. These muslims want to destroy our Lady Liberty because she’s an idol (yeah…right-like we would go out and riot and commit murder in the communities of muslims if something happened to it) yet, they treat their koran as an idol when they act out like this.


    • Kim
      Feb 27, 2012 @ 12:35:59

      How do these rioters even know about this event when more than 90% of them can’t even read the slimey book?

      I will tell you how – the imams are given the heads up and call the useful idiots out and send them into the chaos

      inbred fools


      • Sherry
        Feb 27, 2012 @ 13:36:43

        I understand that the garbage men came to pick up the trash and as they were putting the trash in the incinerator they noticed the books and tried to retrieve them before too much damage was done.I’m sure the imamms, with their bloodlust, couldn’t wait for an excuse to shed blood.

      • Kim
        Feb 27, 2012 @ 13:48:37

        It has been blow so far out of proportion as to almost be cartoonish. If it wasn’t that people are being killed over it this would be totally laughable

    • Kim
      Feb 27, 2012 @ 12:47:36

      Muslim leaders and their leftist apologists are also forever lecturing the United States about “proportionality” in our war-fighting. Yet when it comes to Muslim proportionality, Americans are supposed to shrug meekly and accept the “you burn books, we kill people” law of the jungle. Disgustingly, the Times would inure us to this moral equivalence by rationalizing that “Afghans are fiercely protective of their Islamic faith.” Well then, I guess that makes it all right, huh?


  4. Sherry
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 12:15:08

    Rush Limbaugh said that a muslim group wants to put the soldiers on trial for the “crime” of burning the korans (which, btw, weren’t totally burned). NATO approves of this. 😡


  5. Kim
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 12:30:14

    The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan website posted this report on the agreement with NATO forces on the koran burning at Bagram Air Force Base. NATO has agreed to bring to trial those accused of the “crime” as soon as possible.



  6. thearcher
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 12:46:39

    Im 100 percent with you that this was an error on the U.S.’s part and that retaliation by the Afghans was completely out of line, but when is it ever inline?
    This is the problem with getting involved in foreign wars,however, inflaming the rhetoric doesnt do anyone any good, most especially the troops on the ground there that are in real danger. We are bringing our troops home where they belong, the Russians found out that you cannot govern or control a country mired in the 18th century and neither can we. Our presence there has been one of tactics, for listening in and trying to stem other countries and terrorists to completely take over the Middle East. There is no way that it seems that we can maintain a presence in these countries or fight a war there, but when we get out we again face new dangers. Its best to leave the heavy tough talking by politicians out of this, it doesnt do any good except to put more troops in harms way.There is no reasoning with these people – our govenments move is to ameliorate the damage as much as possible without inflaming further. Its okay to say you are sorry when you make a mistake whats wrong with that? It was an error you are sorry end of story. We cannot compare what they do with what we do. They are not the U.S., we are supposed to be better than they are more civilized than they are right? We are better than they are and more civilized then they are in any case and the best thing is to get the hell out of there. Of course, other countries are going to take advantage of our leaving, but we cant stay there forever and there is nothing to be gained except for more of our troops to die. We will just have to ramp up our security in this country and keep intelligence on the ground there to keep us informed.


  7. Kim
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 13:26:45


  8. Kim
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 14:05:05

    “That was embarrassing what we saw,” Charles Krauthammer said about the Obama administration issuing multiple apologies to the Muslim world for the Koran-burning incident.

    “We have gone from apology here to abject self-debasement and groveling. And groveling to whom? To the mob. We should’ve had a single apology from the commander on the ground and that’s it. Not from the Secretary of Defense. Not from the President, of all people. Remember when the president had to pick up the phone when there was a crazy pastor in Florida who wanted a Koran burning and he had to be talked out of it,” Krauthammer said on FOX News’ “Special Report.”



  9. Kim
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 14:13:50


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