@Neanderthal:"Now, we have in the news, an attack by Muslims on
the US embassy in Libya with the Ambassador and three others killed! Why?
Because Muslims in that country took offense to a film they said insulted their
profit, Mohammad."Yes, and the Obama administration, including
the fearsome-in-chief, would have us hush up about saying or do anything in
America that would insult their prophet... despite the fact that we have a First
Amendment right to say and do anything we wish, including such criticism.
It's time, actually way past time, that Americans stand up against the
world threat of Islam and its terrorist ideologies. And it's past time that
we toss our Muslim sympathizer out of the sacred places."These
people are insane."These terrorists even have our own beloved
news sources frightened about putting in print any of the above mentioned
criticisms, countermanding the provisions of our very own Bill of rights. Go
Wyomex:"Neanderthal and wrz are absolutely right. It is beyond
pretty ridiculous..."It's very dire... We hear on Rush that
Michigan booed the loudest at the convention with the inclusion of God and
Israel in the Democratic platform. And, guess what? Michigan has a very large
Muslim population. It is not only coming to America, it's arrived.And yet we sit fat, dumb, and happy. Any criticism of Islam/Muslim is
wadded up and tossed into the waste-can as being excessively critical of a
harmless, beneficent,loving religion. When will we wake up? How many deadly
attacks in the name of their god/prophet must we endure before we come to?"Porter Rockwell, Joe Smith's gunman."Well, we
know Rockwell was accused of shooting (wounding) the Illinois governor, Boggs.
But I doubt the label you gave him is accurate. I could accept
Obama's theological affirmative action plan has blown up in his face.US Presidents should not treat religions and though they were nations. His
negotiations with Islam have changed the diplomatic lexicon with such
meaningless phrases as "Overseas Contingency Operations." His efforts
to give Muslims the benefit of the doubt have resulted in the deaths of four US
Citizens on protected soil. (Hint: He should have had the guards locked and
loaded the moment Muslims took to the streets a week ago.)It's your
move, Mr. Obama.
@ ute alumniI did not mean to compare Mormons to Muslims. Rather,
the comparison was the response each religion takes to offense. Neanderthal and wrz are absolutely right. It is beyond pretty ridiculous -
that was just the first "PR" words that came to me as I read the
article. Perhaps the "PR" we should consider is our
Potential Ruin if the threat is left unchecked. It may be that the only
"PR" the Muslim extremists understand will be the Porter Rockwell type -
you know, "Porter Rockwell, Joe Smith's gunman." The
challenge we face in the future will only grow as the brainwashed
"students" of radical Imams' "schools" are unleashed on the
@wrz:"It's far more serious than PR (pretty ridiculous).
It's more like DTTA (death to the infidel)."Did you mean
DTTI?I totally agree with your point. Now, we have in the news, an
attack by Muslims on the US embassy in Libya with the Ambassador and three
others killed! Why? Because Muslims in that country took offense to a film
they said insulted their profit, Mohammad. These people are insane.When will we ever learn who we put into our White House?
@Wyomex:"For Muslims, 'PR' today is Pretty Ridiculous
- an unbalanced, overwhelming, emotional response often incited by
leaders."It's far more serious than PR (pretty ridiculous).
It's more like DTTA (death to the infidel).It has to be more
than just apparent that Islam uses terrorism to accomplish aims and objectives.
The world is beginning to cower before the Muslim onslaught. And it's also
CTA (coming to America).
comparing mormons to muslims is not only offensive, but ridiculous. muslims look
for any excuse to be offended and retaliate against innocent people. bigots are
still alive and well in the us.
Two "M" religions have been in the news recently, each handling offence
differently. For Mormons, "PR" today is Public Relations.
A hundred fifty years ago it was Porter Rockwell. For Muslims,
"PR" today is Pretty Ridiculous - an unbalanced, overwhelming, emotional
response often incited by leaders.