08 April 2010

Calling terrorists by a different name doesn't make them disappear

B.O.'s brilliant plan to re-name radical Islamic terrorism out of existence is working great.  

This just in:  an elderly Methodist woman is caught trying to blow up an American passenger jet while screaming something about a conspiracy against Jeopardy and her SSI benefits


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  1. HEY, quit picking on the poor old Methodists! I mean REALLY.


  2. Anonymous10:19 AM

    The gubmint must not take away from the tender darlings their human dignity nor contradict the good of the persons made in God's image.

  3. Anonymous10:40 AM

    It drives me up the proverbial wall when news reports describe terrorists as "militants" or "fighters" or some other wishy-washy euphemisms. They're freaking TERRORISTS, and they should be described as such. This kind of PC garbage is not only a lie, but an offense against the English language. Time to call a spade a spade rather than a "garden digging tool"!

  4. Anonymous4:34 PM

    This is a subliminal admission that muslim terrorists are not the enemy.

    The American people are the enemy, the majoroty of whom oppose the program to decontsruct the private sector economy and their desired way of life.

  5. Referring to terrorists as militants shows a confusion in our identity. If we were behind or sympathetic with them, we would be calling them fighters/militants.

    With regard to the post, though, I'm afraid that in the future terrorists might very well step up efforts to get just such unlikely people to do their dirty work.