Saturday, August 17, 2013

How to Behave During an Islamic Massacre


sue hanes said...

Thanks Joe and Andrew Klavan for this humorous instruction on how to treat Muslims. It's one I won't soon forget.

The Crusader said...

Just remember folks, while the Progressives remain silent about the massacre in Egypt, that Secretary Hillary Clinton’s top aide was Huma Abedin, daughter of founding members of the Muslim Brotherhood, and a onetime assistant editor of their newsletter.

Isn't it funny (NOT!) but Obama is always on the wrong side!
Obama ordered, aided and abetted the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak! Humm.

Xavier Onassis said...

Crusader - The massacre in Egypt was the Egyptian military killing hundreds of members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

So what, exactly, is your point?

Let's see. The former Secretary of State's top aid is (you claim) the daughter of a founding member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Are you implying that this ridiculously nebulous connection to Obama somehow influenced his foreign policy regarding Egypt?

Are you insane?

Everyone knows it was the Bilderbergers, the Rockefellers, the Trilateral Commission and the Illuminati who pull the strings in Washington, not Anthony Wiener's wife.


Conversations Over Dinner with a Brainless Liberal said...


You are the Poster Boy for the word Putz.

Conversations Over Dinner with a Brainless Liberal said...

This entire mess in Egypt is the fault of the that Miserable Failure Barack Hussein Obama and Hitlery Clinton.

Xavier Onassis said...

CODWABL - Lemme see. The Egyptian people rose up and overthrew a dictator that had subjugated them for over 30 years.

We supported the Egyptian people.

The Egyptian people held elections and elected their first democratically elected leader EVER in over 5,000 years!

We supported the Egyptian people.

The Egyptian people quickly realized that when you elect zealous religious people to high office, bad things happen. So the Egyptian people begged the military to fix the situation.

We supported the Egyptian people.

What, exactly, do you think we should have done differently?

Fight to keep Mubarak in power against the will of the Egyptian people?

Prevent the Egyptian people from electing Morsi?

Fight to keep Morsi in power against the will of the Egyptian people?

What would you, with your VAST experience in diplomatic affairs, have done differently?

Please be specific.

Duckys here said...

It amazes me that the fringe right has suddenly become so concerned about Muslims.

The fringe right clown car never fails in its hypocrisy

Anonymous said...

Yeah I'm concerned about Muslims. I'd like to see the whole lot of them wiped off the map.

Xavier Onassis said...

Anonymous - They feel the same way about you. Call me crazy, but I think that some sort of rational middle ground where no one gets wiped off the map would be a better path for all concerned.

Publius said...

Xavier Onassis said...
" Call me crazy"

OK, I'd be glad to.

Lone Ranger said...

You would think politicians would have learned from Jimmy Carter, but nope. The recipe is always the same.

1. Remove ruthless dictator.

2. Muslims stupidly vote for Islamists.

3. Islamic government FAR more brutal than ruthless dictator.

And the cycle just repeats over and over. The Egyptian military is trying to prevent Egypt from becoming another Iran. But Obama and his liberal sycophants just don't get it.

Dave Miller said...

Lone... if you were president during the time of the uprising, what would you have done?

The US has a stated policy of desiring democratically governments around the world, except of course when those countries elect someone we don;t like, then we overthrow those democratically elected governments.

Have doubts? See Iran and Iraq.

The larger question is whether or not we should be involved in these types of issues at all and darn few politicians of either party have been able to make a credible case for that.

Like many, you complain a good game, but have offered no solutions that are workable.

And before you type in just get rid of Obama, that's about as useful as when liberals said just get rid of Bush during the Iraq war.

It sounded good, but that did not change things.

Dave Miller said...

XO... like Lone, I doubt COBWEB will have anything specific to add.

It's much easier to complain than propose workable solutions.

Just ask the GOP Congress...

Anonymous said...

Oh please Dave get your facts straight and stop drinking that crap you call sangria

Dave Miller said...

Anon, I noticed you posted nothing disputing any facts I might have posted.

Why is that?

Instead like many you went to my blog, a blog about improving Christian Mission around the world and you posted this...

Go. Screw. Your. Mother.

Very adult and "conservative" of you.

Joe, while libs can, and do sometimes get snarky, I've never seen that kind of stuff directed at you personally here.

Even when some get close to the line, at least it is in connection to the post theme.