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Sunday, November 22, 2009


Since 9/11/01, there have been at least 22 Islamic terror attacks on American soil, with 46 deaths and 110 injured as a result. Thanks go out to the Jeff Head website for chronicling it. I'd love to see the odds of 22 Muslims just suddenly snapping and none of them having common ground with each other. All isolated incidents I'm sure.

Here's the CHART:

Uh, excuse me, but wouldn't it seem that the politically correct whack jobs haven't a leg to stand on? Not sure who I'm angrier at most - those who engage in PC despite these recurring slaps in the face or those who tolerate PC in the first place.

h/t to FR


Gotta admit. This one is darn funny and dead-on accurate (with the exception of an American looking Chinese president). The truth is China is getting justifiably angry with the United States over this administration's reckless spending. In light of the fact that our economic survival depends on China buying our debt and China's economy is dependent upon our ability to pay them back, they may be just as angry at Obama as clear thinking Americans who actually understand where money comes from are.

Enjoy. Nicely done by SNL.

h/t to HA


I don't know what's more disturbing - the fact that if Matthews actually DID interview Nidal Malik Hasan, this is probably exactly how it would go OR that there are so many Americans stricken with Stockholm Syndrome (a disorder in which hostages align with their hostage-taker as a survival technique). A consequence of SS is the shared enemy of the hostage-takers and their hostages becomes entities who are trying to help the hostages.

Clearly, Matthews is easily diagnosed. Political correctness is the Hostage-taker and Matthews is fully entrusted with doing its dirty work. Another symptom of someone with SS is that they realize their behavior is out of whack but at the time they're engaged in it, it seems relatively normal. Only after they snap out of it, do they look back and realize how wrong they were.

I'm not holding my breath that Matthews will regret the "leg thrill" anytime soon but he should really try to watch this interview with an objective eye. That said, his giving Hasan the benefit of the doubt in this interview by suggesting he yelled, "All of you to the snack bar" instead of "Allahu Akhbar" says it all.

Chris, there really are people out there who are trying to help you!

CLICK HERE to see the interview.

h/t to JAWA


I'm not really sure what to make of this after reading the story. Rep. Patrick Kennedy (son of the late Ted Kennedy) was told by Bishop Thomas Tobin in February, 2007 that he would not be served communion, presumably because of Kennedy's stance on abortion. Most recently, Kennedy supported a provision in the healthcare bill that would allow federal funding of abortion.

What's confusing is that Kennedy apparently decided to go public with what most would perceive as an embarrassing predicament best left private, especially for a politician. CNN reported:
Kennedy opposed a provision that restricted the use of federal money for abortions, but voted in favor of final passage of the bill that included that language.

In an interview published Sunday, he told the Providence Journal that Tobin had barred him from receiving Communion and instructed priests in the diocese not to administer the sacrament "because of the positions that I've taken as a public official."

In his statement, issued in response to the Kennedy interview, Tobin said his advice to the congressman was "pastoral and confidential," and he was surprised that Kennedy chose to discuss it publicly.

"I am disappointed that the congressman would make public my request of nearly three years ago that sought to provide solely for his spiritual well-being," he said.
So why would Kennedy go public with this? I'm sure there are possibilities I'm not thinking of but I can't help but wonder if this was a conscious effort by Kennedy to make life uncomfortable for the Bishop and by extension, the church.

That said, I hope Tobin stands strongly behind his decision, especially if Kennedy is attempting some form of vicarious intimidation. The community orgs are usually all too willing to bully people.
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