Tuesday, July 23, 2013



sue hanes said...

Joe - Yes - I vote that RS crossed the line by putting him on their cover.

But I didn't have to watch Judge Jeannine's excellent vidoe to make up my mind. I decided the instant I saw the cover. Rolling Stone made a big mistake.

Ducky's here said...

Sorry Joe, I couldn't listen to much. She piles so much extraneous junk on a simple issue.

Rolling Stone wrote a story and they designed a cover that would sell magazines, especially to their demographic. I'm not going to get excited about that.

What the right WILL NOT talk about, however, is the content of the story which does take a point of view that I support. This pathology could not have been generated by radical fundamentalism alone.
There were serious mental health issues and these two were little different than the perpetrator of a mass shooting.

The right is not interested in understanding and simply wants to generate false indignity, not helpful.

Joe said...

Ducky: The left is not interested in understanding...

Xavier Onassis said...

As always, this idiot misses the point of the article.

OH! You didn't know?? There was actually an ARTICLE. A bit of actual journalism that expounded and explained on WHY he was on the cover.

The whole point in a nutshell is this.

The people who "hate America" aren't just bearded Middle Eastern Muslims wearing a western sport coat over a traditional thawb, screaming hysterically and waving the Koran over burning American flags.

Sometimes, it's the kid next door who comes from a good family, attends a good school and appears to be a mostly normal kid.

That was the point.

Anonymous said...

Oh so she missed the point. And. An idiot like you gets it? Wrong!

Xavier Onassis said...

Anonymous - Yes. I got it right (having actually read the article), and she got it wrong (having only seen the cover and jumped to conclusions).

I can pull a dozen random people off the street who have a better grasp on reality than that crazy lady.

Anonymous said...

The mother of a Benghazi victim is furious about the new White House strategy of calling the terrorist attack and many other scandals plaguing the Obama administration “fake” or “phony.” Patricia Smith, mother of Sean Smith, who was slain in the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack, lashed out on “Your World” on the Fox News Channel about that terminology. President Obama has never revealed what, if anything, he was doing while workers at the Benghazi embassy were urgently requesting support, nor has the administration explained why no forces were sent to protect the embassy

Xavier Onassis said...

Anonymous - All of the information on Benghazi is out there. The fact that you refuse to acknowledge it and keep harping on it like a one string banjo is what makes it a phony controversy.

Even Darrell Issa has given up trying to make a mountain out of that molehill. Maybe you should too.

Ducky's here said...

Get used to it, XO.

We're going to hear about Benghazi right through Hillary's administration.