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Thats Just Lame.

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2/10/2015 7:38:28 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
That"s Just Lame

By Donna Wasson

Ladies and Gentlemen, let"s give a huge round of applause to the Prince of Prevarication, the King of Colonic Comments, and the Delusional Defender of all that is Dar-Islam, yes folks, put your hands together and salute our very own White House Occupant, for his insipidly moronic monologue at the National Prayer Breakfast this week, in Washington D.C.

In his belligerent haste to defend what is obviously near and dear to his heart, the savage, backward, heathen ideology of Islam, reminding the audience that atrocities have also been committed "in the name of Christ," would be gut-busting hilarious were he not serious.

He stated that ISIS was "a brutal vicious death cult that, in the name of religion, carries out unspeakable acts of barbarism." Then he whined "Lest we get on our high horse and think that this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. In our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ."

What parallel universe does this Nimrod live in?! Mr. Occupant, for your information, Christians were the ones putting their lives and reputations on the line to abolish slavery. Christians were the ones helping runaway slaves get to safety. They were some of the ones marching with Martin Luther King, Jr. and pressuring our government to pass the Civil Rights Act.

Is it just me, or does his statement sound like a tantrum-throwing 7 year-old, trying to point out their sibling"s behavior as a way to obfuscate their own disobedience? Um, excuse me but that is just lame, lame, lame! This is supposedly a "brilliant mind" speaking here. There is NO moral equivalence between the Crusades, which were military defense campaigns against the encroachment of I-S-L-A-M into Europe, and the uninterrupted crimes against humanity perpetrated by Muslims since that satanic religion"s inception!

Princeton scholar and Islamic expert, Bernard Lewis said "At the present time, the Crusades are often depicted as an early expansionist imperialism"a prefigurement of the modern European countries. To people of the time, both Muslim and Christian, they were no such thing. The Crusade was a delayed reaction to the jihad, the holy war for Islam, and its purpose was to recover by war what had been lost by war"to free the holy places of Christendom and open them once again, without impediment, to Christian pilgrimage."

"Regarding the other fable, the Inquisition, the Catholic Church had almost nothing to do with it. The church saw heretics as lost sheep who needed to be brought back into the fold. By contrast, secular authorities saw heresy as treason; anyone who questioned royal authority, or who challenged the idea that kingship was God-given, was guilty of a capital offense. It was they"not the church"who burned the heretics. Indeed, secular authorities blasted the church for its weak role in the Inquisition."

I love what Evangelist Franklin Graham had to say about this. "Mr. President, many people in history have used the name of Jesus Christ to accomplish evil things for their own desires. But Jesus taught peace, love and forgiveness. He came to give His life for the sins of mankind, not to take life. Muhammad on the contrary, was a warrior and killed many innocent people. True followers of Christ emulate Christ"true followers of Muhammad emulate Muhammad."

Ooooo, that"s GOTTA sting!
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2/10/2015 7:52:26 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Levin, who also runs the Landmark Legal Foundation, was the chief of staff to Attorney General Edwin Meese in the Reagan administration.

He continued, "Let me be very, very clear about this: The people being slaughtered in Africa are not white people, they"re black people, and our first black president barely, barely raises a finger. Most of the people being slaughtered in the Middle East are Muslims, even though there"s an effort to eradicate Christians. And what does Obama do? Barely anything."

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Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh shortly before he was executed, burned alive and then run over by a bulldozer, by members of the Islamic State.

"The Egyptians are looking at this in disbelief," he said. "The Jordanians are looking at this in disbelief. The Saudis are looking at this in disbelief. Our ally in Yemen doesn"t even exist anymore " gone! Our ally in Iraq doesn"t even exist anymore " gone!"

Secretary of State John Kerry "behind the scenes, in secret, is negotiating with the Islamo-nazi regime in Tehran and they are openly bragging that they"re getting 80% of what they want," said Levin. They"re going to keep thousands and thousands of centrifuges, and Obama is begging them for a deal."

"Meanwhile, in our own country, the pressure is on to destroy the Churchill of our time, Benjamin Netanyahu," said Levin, author of the New York Times best seller Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto. "The pressure is on to destroy the Israeli ambassador Ron Dermer."

"Why?" said Levin. "Because they dared to accept an invitation from the Republican Speaker of the House so Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, can speak to the nation, because he might offend the Islamo-nazi regime in Tehran. But more importantly, he might offend Obama."
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2/10/2015 7:54:41 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
I get that you're angry because you were cursed with a laughably small penis, but what do think posting inaccurate rhetoric on the internet is going to do about it?
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2/10/2015 8:18:56 AM
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Rant is possibly high as a kite on illegal substances or alcohol, his posts certainly give that impression!
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2/10/2015 8:26:23 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Did that make more - any - sense in your head? As a reply it has brevity on its side but is remarkable lacking in relevance.