November 9, 2009, - 11:08 am
Check out the cartoon below. I’ve been saying it for years.
Everyone’s up in arms that Nidal Malik Hasan, the Islamic terrorist who murdered 13 American soldiers and wounded 30 others on U.S. soil, belonged to an extremist mosque where some of the 9/11 hijackers worshipped. But I noted that mosque and that it was extremist, on Friday Morning, well before the Telegraph (which reported it Saturday).
Still, it makes no difference that he went to that mosque. Do you think the extremism preached at that mosque is any different from the extremism preached at any other mosque in America? And do you think the CIA or FBI watched the worshippers of that mosque at any time in the last 8 years since 9/11? Think again. Instead, President Bush was giving out awards with his-then Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham (whose wife is the President of Team Sarah) to members of that mosque and others hand-picked by them. It’s not about a particular mosque. It’s about a particular religion. And we refuse to face the facts.
And as I’ve repeatedly asked on this site, why the heck are we fighting jihadists over there, if we’re giving them carte blanche and promoting them over here? And that’s why I love the cartoon above, by cartoonist Jim McCloskey, which I saw on Sean G’s site Religio-Political Talk. Check out all of the great political cartoon’s he’s posted on the Fort Hood Muslim Massacre.
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