2.27.2012

Man, That Koran Burning Has Really Stirred Things Up Over There


Let's get out of there.

Story.

(And I'm putting the number of comments at four before a certain subject is brought up.)  Edit: Katy with the win in Comment #6.  You people need to step it up!

35 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nuke 'em!

Obama got is into this mess, it's you liberals who are to blame!

Religion of peace!

Dirty Muslims.



Did I beat the line?

Rage

Anonymous said...

Gonna get worse before it gets better. A whole lot worse.

My Other Brother Darryl

Anonymous said...

What gets me is this--someone burns a Bible, and the entire Western world, including devout Christians, would just shrug their collective shoulders and say "meh". Those people are nuts.

Anonymous said...

Subject: Alegebra?

Anonymous said...

Why does the comment window look different?

Katy Anders said...

The secret word of the day is: "Apology."

Anonymous said...

I think another apology might be in order here. The first one didn't take. Go bama

BigTex said...

Why can't we just bomb them the way we did the Germans and Japanese.

Anonymous said...

The world loves us now that Obammy is President. Oh, and he lowered the sea levels too. He's got my vote.

Anonymous said...

Since gas is almost at 4 dollars a gallon, Chevy Volt sales have increased 100 per cent. A guy in California bought one today.

Anonymous said...

Why can't we just bomb them the way we did the Germans and Japanese.

Because we're all out of serviceable B-17's and B-29's, dipshit.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Rage, Can't we use that new plan we just developed, the B-52?

Anonymous said...

4:14, Someone should have told him to do what Obammy said to do and just get a tune up and keep his tires inflated at the right pressure on his old car.

BigTex said...

With soldiers like this, no wonder we can't defeat the muslims.




http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/gay-marine-homecoming-kiss-goes-viral-172452159.html

Anonymous said...

Because we're all out of serviceable B-17's and B-29's

How about a B-24 Liberator built in Fort Worth, Texas?

Anonymous said...

I'm going to burn a copy of the Messenger to see what happens.

I'm guessing...not much.

Anonymous said...

Rage

3 words.

Tom Cruise missiles.

Anonymous said...

That's worse than Romney dissing NASCAR fans in the audience that had on the plastic rain jackets.

Anonymous said...

Rock lobster.

Double Fake B-52s

Anonymous said...

Lord Have Mercy!! (And I'm a secular humanist!!)

In light of Tocqueville's warning (and I'm not going to guess how many of you intellectual giants recognize that name!) that democracy requires well-educated and well-informed citizens in order to function, it's outright terrifying that you people vote!

Anonymous said...

What else should I be? All apologies
What else could I say? Everyone is gay
What else could I write? I don't have the right
What else should I be? All apologies

Double Fake Kurt Cobain

Anonymous said...

Bring the troops home. They hate us.. Let them live in filth and ignorance. We can do our war killin from 80,000 feet.

Anonymous said...

Big tex looks like a puss

Anonymous said...

Big Tex

Kiss your wife for me and tell her I had fun with her.

Triple Fake... said...

the intellectual giants (and a majority of the average intelligence six footers) know that the topic is tossed out as dangling liberal bait. Perhaps the over-educated fail to recognize that most of the comments don't even seriously address the topic. It's mostly just trading barbs.
Thinking that everyone on here votes is a dangerous assumption. But go ahead and vote for us all by proxy since you're so g-dang big brained; we'll be sitting at home drinking beer and watching NASCAR

Alexis de Tocqueville also believed that black people couldn't be assimilated. Did he get that right, too? Plus, he was French, so...

(JK about the voting thing - NASCAR doesn't normally run races on Tuesday!)

wordkyle said...

Abu Ghraib was on the front page of the New York Times for months, and was Bush's albatross for the rest of his presidency. The media laid the whole affair right at his door. Shouldn't Obama likewise "own" this incident, along with the so-called "Nazi flag" photos?

Anonymous said...

WK - Obama is the Commander-in-Chief and therefore ultimately responsible for actions of his military. When they perform well (bin Laden killing) he gets some of the credit. When they do stupid things, he has to take some of the blame. His apology to the Afghans for an act that the US government does not endorse is appropriate. We as a country do not approve of desecrating anyone's religious items. We also shouldn't endorse the radical, lawless elements in Afghanistan or anywhere else.

Remember, we went into Afghanistan to get at al Qaida and the regime that harbored the 9/11 terrorists. Maybe it's finally time to turn the place back to the Afghans - while keeping an eye on any international terrorist re-development.

wordkyle said...

941 - If Obama is "responsible," then why are there no screaming headlines holding him responsible? Obama is still milking the bin Laden raid, so where are the media stories linking him to the other incidents?

Unwritten and unreported, that's where.

Anonymous said...

Katy is right- those dirty Muslims SHOULD offer us an apology.

Alexis de Tocqueville was a friend of mine and you 12:22 are no Alexis de Tocqueville.

Anonymous said...

Katy is right- those dirty Muslims SHOULD offer us an apology.

Alexis de Tocqueville was a friend of mine and you 12:22 are no Alexis de Tocqueville.

Anonymous said...

just a observation: why is it a third world country such as Afghanistan has such a large part of the population that has time to protest and cause mayhem in the streets? Do any of these people have jobs?

Anonymous said...

Speaking of getting out of there, I would suggest those same people get out of the US!

Anonymous said...

How would it feel to be in a military who is more concerned with offending Muslims that protecting its soldiers?
Sheesh

Anonymous said...

Bush got us into this, sorry Cracker..

Anonymous said...

Whoa there. The military who burned those Korans are the ones who have increased the danger to our troops. It may have been inadvertent but it sure increased the exposure of the soldiers and civilians there. Actions have consequences.