September 16, 2012, - 4:23 am

Does It Matter That Murdered Amb Chris Stevens Was Gay? Only If You Pander to Islam

By Debbie Schlussel

Many readers have been sending me reports that murdered U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens was gay. The website Hillbuzz (a pro-Hillary Clinton/anti-Obama site) posted the news and photos, such as the one below, of Stevens with one of his alleged boyfriends–the boyfriend posted the pics on his Facebook page. I’m amazed at how many conservatives have e-mailed me and/or posted commentary elsewhere about how “inappropriate” it was for Barack Obama to send a gay man as a U.S. Ambassador to a Muslim country. Huh? Why should we give a crap what Muslims think about gays? And why should we pander to what they demand? Heck, if I were Prez, I’d send gays, strippers, and Playboy centerfolds as U.S. Ambassadors to every single Muslim nation (if I even sent any of these places ambassadors at all, since we know ambassadors are in these countries strictly to kiss the asses of Third World savages and pretend that they’re actually a civilization; oh, and to give them visas to come to America and disappear on American soil to do who knows what). Next, you’ll be telling me that it’s “inappropriate” to send Christians and women to these countries because Muslims hate them, too. And forget about the Jews. Are you kidding me? This is your excuse for why Muslims were right to murder this guy? (In other gay-related news in the everyday world of non-stop Muslim violence, gay porn star Tim Dax says he was duped into starring in “Innocence of Muslims,” the anti-Mohammed movie being used as a phony excuse for the Muslim violence that Muslims engage in, movie or no movie.)

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Ambassador Chris Stevens, Murdered by Muslims, with Alleged ’70s Boyfriend Austin Tichenor

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Behead Those Who Wear Lavender

I wonder if Stevens was openly gay, and I bet he was not, since we’ve heard little about it. I doubt the Muslims who murdered him had a clue about this guy. They only knew that he was the U.S. Ambassador. They didn’t know, for example, that he’d dedicated his life to putting Islamo-savages like this into power and wanted to be the first U.S. Ambassador in decades to Iran. They also probably had no clue that this far-left State Department careerist was very pro-Palestinian, very anti-Israel, and is now being mourned by P.L.O. terrorists. And they–the Muslims who murdered Stevens–probably hadn’t a clue that he was gay. And like most gays, he was moronically in support of the one culture around the world–ISLAM–that executes gays and severely oppresses the few gays that it doesn’t murder. Like most gays, he was against the one country and people in the Middle East that treats gays better than anywhere in the world, the one country and people that gives gays more rights than anywhere in the West: ISRAEL. Yup, Chris Stevens was a dhimmi member of what we call, “The Purple (or is that Lavender?) Jihad” . . . just like American Taliban John Walker Lindh’s dad. There’s a reason why they don’t call Benghazi, “Ben-gay-zi”: the cretins Chris Stevens championed to power made sharia the law of the land and homosexuality punishable by death–not even the sex acts, just the fact that someone is gay (even without being publicly so), is grounds for execution in Chris Stevens’ “new and improved” Libya.


So, frankly, I couldn’t care less that Barack Obama sent a gay to a Muslim country to be U.S. Ambassador. (If he and Hillary refused to send someone to a Muslim country as an Ambassador because that person was gay–and I’ll bet that’s happened–then, it would be a big story to me, since we know Obama is a complete fraud and hypocrite on the issue of gays and gay marriage.) I care only that Stevens was a hypocritical gay–like most gays–who worked to put in power those that would murder him if they knew he was a homosexual. That’s not the reason they did kill him. They took his life because he was an American (if nominally so, since he was a far leftist who worked against American interests in the Middle East). I care only that he was a gay who was vehemently against gay-friendly Israel and staunchly on the side of “let’s murder the gays” Palestinians. I care that he was a gay only because–like most gay activists around America who constantly attack Christians and their churches for opposing gay marriage but say zilch about mosques and Muslims who oppose it just as much–he kowtowed to and gushed over the one religion that actively beheads people like him for the kind of sex they have and who they have it with: ISLAM. That is the only reason his sexual preference is relevant. NOT because we need to give Muslims what they demand. That’s what we’ve been doing far too much of in the last 11 years since 9/11, and look where it’s gotten us: Muslims attacking us around the world non-stop.

For the record, I oppose gay marriage (which is an entirely different issue). But I have no problem with sending gays to Muslim countries as ambassadors. We need to be as in your face with Muslims about Western culture and freedom as we can be. Being against Obama shouldn’t kill your brain cells and take you to the point of siding with and wanting to appease Muslims on social issues. That’s what Dinesh D’Souza (who said America deserved 9/11 because Muslims have a right to hate us over the gays) and blind, stupid partisans do.

It’s not what America does. Not what America should do if it wants to survive.

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107 Responses

Yes, his supposedly being gay does not mitigate in any way what happened to the man. As Debbie noted, it is almost a certainty that his killers knew nothing more about Stevens other than his being the U.S. Ambassador to Libya. The trouble with Stevens was his slavish support for regimes and groups that not only openly discriminate against gays, but denied their right even to live. In supporting those who consider all non-Muslims as conversion material or not being worthy of life, I would condemn the man. Gay stuff does not interest me, but for those who think Mr. Stevens’ being gay somehow justifies his murder by Muslims in Libya, I would say that you are more like those you oppose than you imagine.

Worry01 on September 16, 2012 at 4:40 am

    I am trying to figure out what that has to do w anything…

    As goes... on September 17, 2012 at 4:48 pm

I’m not convinced that they didn’t know he was gay. Some gays have impulse control, especially when they have or perceive that they have authority (such as gays infiltrating Catholic priesthood, sports coaches, school teachers, scout masters, etc.) and even if he was not openly gay, he made have tried to cruise/pay too much attention to attractive, young Libyan men or boys thus starting rumors or speculation.

I agree with Debbie that we should not kowtow to muslim “standards” and avoid not trying to “offend” them, and that they would have killed any American ambassador regardless of their “acceptability” in muslim culture or doctrine, but I am saying that they raped him because they knew he was gay.

DS_ROCKS! on September 16, 2012 at 7:50 am

    DS ROCKS: Nonsense. They raped Gheddafi before they murdered him; does that signify that the the much-married Colonel was gay?

    Laura Latini on September 16, 2012 at 10:42 am

      Actually Laura, there have always been rumors to that effect floating around, just as there will continue to be about the “much married” Tom Cruise. In the case of Yasser Arafat, it wasn’t even ambiguous.

      Irving on September 16, 2012 at 12:05 pm

      Laura, that is a pretty bad example. Try recalling what Moammar wore for the last 10-15 years. Those were outfits that even a transsexual would have found to be a bit much.

      Worry01 on September 16, 2012 at 1:09 pm

That “Gay Moslems for Peace and the Destruction of Israel” slogan sounds like a winning entry for an ornament on the WH Christmas tree this December, assuming the Che, ACLU, Mao, SPLC, NAMBLA and Mo’ornaments have not already filled the branches.

Otto Schaden on September 16, 2012 at 8:39 am

Since the ambassador is essentially a butt-kissing job to Muslims, we should send pro-Muslims from all walks of life to staff these Muslim embassies, so that when they get killed, it’s not our loss.

Also, Dinesh D’Souza (of Indian origin, and not even a Muzzie) should be sent as the US ambassador to either Pakistan or Bangladesh. I’d like to see him last there. Send Cynthia McKinney (Abid woman) to Saudi Arabia. Stan Cohen – does he have US or Israeli citizenship? If the former, make him envoy to Sudan or Yemen. Noam Chomsky to Egypt. Edward Said to Lebanon. And so on.

I like the idea of being in your face to Muslims, but the only people who look like they’d do that is people like us, and I don’t want them to be targets. Best targets would be those who already bend over voluntarily, and put them in tenured posts where they can be gotten rid of.

Infidel on September 16, 2012 at 8:40 am

    Infidel, I thought Said was dead.

    skzion on September 16, 2012 at 10:22 am

      You are correct, skzion. Said died in 2003.

      JeffE on September 16, 2012 at 1:13 pm

Now that photo of Chris Stephens shows him with Austin Tichenor, one of the actors (and founders/writers) in the Reduced Shakespeare Company. Austin dresses in drag regularly as part of his act. Austin’d break out laughing if you added some pictures of Austin in drag to your blog. The photo you do use is from a fraternity `Great Gatsby’ party circa 1980. Everybody dressed up in Gatsby-era foppish clothes. That you use it as evidence that Chris was gay is hilarious and so ignorant that I wonder how much you drink out of your toilet, when you’re not washing your hands in it.

Raoul Wallenberg on September 16, 2012 at 9:41 am

The New York Times seems to be backing off of their Saturday statements regarding the death of Christopher as an accident due to a fire. Today they state death undetermined. Act surprised!

Rochelle on September 16, 2012 at 10:13 am

I don’t care if he was gay either. I think there needs to be a thorough investigation as to what took place. The “news” articles are not consistent with respect to the details. (and it starts right from the beginning — why did Stevens decide to pop into Benghazi? According to one account, it was supposed to have been a “secret” drop-in to the consulate. Why was he there? Was it a set-up? Then it gets worse from there — increasingly confused and contradictory accounts are being given). (on a different topic, I think the embassies which are coming under threat should be closed and foreign aid money stopped).

J.S. on September 16, 2012 at 10:24 am

    J.S. some of the confusion and contradiction is obviously from some people engaging in c.y.a.. It is easier to disguise incompetence and negligence while there is a fog.

    Worry01 on September 16, 2012 at 10:31 am

This is not unusual in the State Dept. There is a big GLBT mafia in this government agency that is bigger that in ICE. No doubt this personality clashes with the macho types in the security and military side of an embassy.

Ex Fed on September 16, 2012 at 10:45 am

Funding of the Muslim world must end, that precious money can be used to fatten the wallets of American consumers. Muhammad lived on camels milk so can his followers. Plentiful camel milk is the answer to a Muslims prayer; it can nourish a billion believers. The return of camel herding in the greater Middle-East will end dependence on US dollars.

chowching on September 16, 2012 at 11:34 am

    Actually Chowching, you are being quite racist towards Mohammed. He was a very wealthy warlord who raided caravans and demanded tribute from those he defeated. Also, what is with your camel udder fascination? Is there something you wish to discuss involving that?

    Worry01 on September 16, 2012 at 1:35 pm

“Can’t tell you anymore than that, other than I am very much NOT anti muslim. one world one love.” – Tim Dax

Yeah.. good luck with that! You just keeping saying that to yourself and anyone who is stupid enough to listen to you as the mooslums hunt you @$$ down for insulting mohamad… and being gay. I wouldn’t want to be in your shoes or anyone identifiable and having their name on this project!

James D. from the Republic of Texas on September 16, 2012 at 12:03 pm

    Converting to Islam wouldn’t save his life.

    To Muslims, a good image matters more than righteous conduct. They don’t want good people to join them, they want stupid people who will obey the cult without question and do whatever they are told.

    Tim Dax like most leftist morons, doesn’t get it about Islam. Apologizing to them never works.

    NormanF on September 16, 2012 at 3:37 pm

“.., the one country and people that gives gays more rights than anywhere in the West: ISRAEL.”

Not sure that is something to brag about or that Israel would like to be known for.

Orthodox on September 16, 2012 at 12:04 pm

Well if it truned out that U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens was gay, and he was raped before being killed… at least he died doing something he loved! What? Too soon?

James D. from the Republic of Texas on September 16, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    No doubt he loved as much as Lara Logan did, James.

    skzion on September 16, 2012 at 4:30 pm

It is customary in Islamic countries to rape their victims before killing them. The Russians big fear in Afghanistan was to be captured rather than killed in battle for being raped and tortured before getting killed. Its a form of additional humiliation not necessarily a homosexual act.
He was careless or our own leadership failed to recognize a clear danger in a country still in a revolutionary tremors. Until and unless a strong hand surfaces (someone willing and able to eliminate elements) in that country, we have no business being there in the first place. As for our Middle Eastern policy if any, it is an entirely different issue.

Sgardality on September 16, 2012 at 12:52 pm

Debbie, Debbie, Debbie,

By robotically reciting the mantra, “I don’t care that he was gay,” you do your fair share of pandering yourself. It sounds like you have learned your lines well.

Sure, America has been kowtowing to Muslims in the last 11 years. But it’s been even more extreme in its utterly insane amount of toadying to homosexuals – toadying that is completely unwanted by the American people, by the way.

When SCOTUS screwed the pooch (not to mention the taxpayers who employ them) in 2003, the silence from the self-proclaimed “conservative” intelligentsia was deafening. The day they announced that sick decision should have gone down in history as the Supreme Court’s final day of business. If it were left up to the American people, our policy would be very different. These overhyped dingleberries on the federal bench undoubtedly think of themselves as courageous regulators working the controls of some terrible machine, keeping it from exploding. That machine is the American people. If that machine ever pulls them in and chews them up, you certainly won’t see me crying about it.

Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 1:03 pm

    @ scrotus flunky:

    STFU!

    IceNoMore on September 17, 2012 at 9:27 am

“And like most gays, he was moronically in support of the one culture around the world–ISLAM–that executes gays and severely oppresses the few gays that it doesn’t murder. Like most gays, he was against the one country and people in the Middle East that treats gays better than anywhere in the world, the one country and people that gives gays more rights than anywhere in the West: ISRAEL.”

Wrong, Debbie. And wrong on the second count, too.

I am gay, read gay blogs, and talk to other gay men. Most of them dislike Islam and like Israel. Yet, like most far leftists, the gay far Left is loud, obnoxious, and not at all representative of gay man as a whole.

Kyle on September 16, 2012 at 1:45 pm

    @Kyle,

    Can you name a single homosexual of any note who has done something to make his country better, instead of worse? Besides Barney Frank and Bradley Manning, that is.

    Even wolves take care of their own.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 2:17 pm

      SCROTUS FLUNKY: STFU!!!!

      IceNoMore on September 17, 2012 at 9:28 am

      Alan Turing was a gay man that effectively created the computer on which you type showing your ignorance to the world.
      Raoul Wallenberg got it right. If you use one picture to “prove” he was gay, you all are as brainwashed as the morons that believe FOX News doesn’t lie on purpose since the FL Supreme court gave them license to lie legally. The diplomatic circles in Chicago would say anything to make the president look bad and uncaring of gay people. It fits with Keven DuJan’s delusion.

      Scott McG on October 13, 2012 at 5:56 pm

I am not pro-gay, but it doesn’t matter that Chris Stevens was or was not gay. He was an American. He was murdered by barbaric savages. This should be condemned and avenged. Obama has done nothing but inflame the situation by blaming a stupid film that has been on youtube for a year now and just “recently” translated into Arabic. This smells of subversive operatives working behind the scenes to inflame Muslim sentiment against Israel and America to ignite more terrorism and possibly WW3. This created chaos fits into O’s scheme very well of bringing down the US and fomenting war against Israel, which he will conveniently throw under the bus. More terrorism in the US will allow him to expand the police state and institute Federal tyranny and dictatorship. Think I am being conspiratorial? We will find out soon!

Paula on September 16, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    @Paula,

    I’m not pro-gay either. I don’t care about Muslim sensibilities – the U.S. shouldn’t be sending homosexual ambassadors to ANY country, period. Why would you send a known sexual deviant to another country to represent America, anyway? Hm? To “make a point” to Muslims? Why does anyone care what they think? I definitely don’t see why America should – out of simple spite – embrace people who choose a sociopathic lifestyle.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 3:11 pm

      There are only two topics that get Monkey really excited: Skunky (who ignores him totally) and homos.

      Now our formidable public intellectual posits that the US has pandered more to gay people this past decade than toward Muslims. Let’s see… the number of Bnei Amalek (Muslims) in the US has increased by 100% during this period, as I recall. During the same period, the US has vigorously increased homosexual immigration … well it hasn’t, has it?

      Gays flew planes into the WTC and got a massive new community center near Ground Zero to appease them. (I may have some details wrong.)

      Leading Republican politicos will not praise homosexuality even if they reject job discrimination against gay employees. Meantime, such politicos can be counted on to praise Islam as a whole even if they single out a tiny subset for criticism.

      I could multiply such examples endlessly.

      But our young man isn’t content to limit himself to recent history. He asks:

      “Can you name a single homosexual of any note who has done something to make his country better, instead of worse?”

      I dunno, I guess we could start with Socrates. Alexander the Great also comes to mind. Da vinci, Michelangelo.

      Oh ok, let’s start with the “A’s” in the America of the 20th century, where we find Aaron Copeland.

      Yes, it’s true: monkey is one of our most valuable public intellectuals.

      By the way, Debbie presents no evidence that the typical gay person in America hates Israel or loves Muslims. Frankly, she is on firmer ground regarding the gay politically active stratum.

      skzion on September 16, 2012 at 5:32 pm

        Monkeypud “is one of our most valuable public intellectuals.”/

        SAID NO ONE EVER!

        Skzion, you have credibility here. I have no clue what that zombie victim said because as you quite rightly asserted I DO ignore him totally. He’s a bloody bore and I don’t care what he thinks of me and his opinions in general.

        But you have credibility here and we have your back!

        Skunky on September 16, 2012 at 8:56 pm

          Thanks Skunky.

          skzion on September 16, 2012 at 9:51 pm

          @Skuzzy,

          Your routine is funny. You post comments attacking what I said (even the obvious points), and then deny reading the post that you just got done responding to.

          LOL, “Mommmmm, tell ADAM [who is sitting right next to me] that I am NOT speaking to him.”

          If only it were so. You just go on “ignoring” me. I doubt many of the people who actually read your self-absorbed twaddle ignore it. They’re actually the ones for whom the follow-ups are intended.

          Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 9:58 pm

          Oh, and I see that monkey has blathered a response to mine that is as literate and carefully reasoned as his previous one.

          You know, Skunky, I try not to jump to conclusions about people, unless they are Muslims or Nazis. But you were completely right about monkey from the start. This guy can’t make an argument. Yet he scoffs at others who can from the Olympian height gained through his two years at a sub-mediocre state university. He also is much more concerned with his stupid trolling here about gays than he is about Islam.

          I’m feeling that he may be working through his issues around his own father’s coming out and would want to support him, but I am wondering if this forum is really appropriate for such a purpose?

          [LOL, Skunky. That last bit was an inside joke about PC jargon.]

          skzion on September 16, 2012 at 10:07 pm

          @Gay Obama,

          It sounds like you’re the one who’s hung up on the “daddy issues,” though I’d say that *your* problem more likely stems from your relationship with the parent of the opposite sex. Was she mean to you? I guess you showed HER.

          You’re also clearly hung up on academic pedigree. Not that I care or anything, but most people are pretty impressed by my alma mater. But as any educated man will tell you, college is the LAST place you’d go to learn something.

          Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 10:40 pm

          Monkey sez:

          “Well, it *was* your example. And presumably the strongest one you could think of.”

          “Presumably?” No need to presume. I told monkey that the name was the first one that I came across in a list of gay Americans in recent history, sorted by first name, and filtered by my own assessment of merit. That’s how I selected “Aaron,” which was early in the list.

          Notice how dishonest this monkey guy is. He is much like Obama, except that it’s easy to see through him.

          skzion on September 16, 2012 at 11:07 pm

        @Gay Obama,

        LOL at your bill of particulars. Clearly you are butt-hurt because this country (in your warped view) hasn’t given you enough goodies.

        And that list – wow, it’s getting pretty thick in here. Leonardo da Vinci and Michaelangelo, huh? Are you referring to the artists (for whom there is zero evidence to support your claim), or your personal collection of Ninja Turtles? While we’re at it, why don’t we add Andrew Jackson, Thomas Edison, and Count Chocula to the list?

        I guess I could go on, but if I did you might start threatening to kill yourself – or maybe to fly a plane into a building somewhere. You comment sounds like it came from a spoiled minority rights absolutist – you know, the type of person who simultaneously benefits from affirmative action AND still thinks that he is in chains.

        Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 9:50 pm

          P.S. Who or what is an “Aaron Copeland?” You mean the “artist” who was justifiably blacklisted for Communist activities?

          Great example of an American homosexual who helped his country. Him AND Alger Hiss.

          Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 10:10 pm

          Poor monkey is in quite a bind. I showed his claim that gays were more pampered than Muslims in the past ten years to be inane. He has no response.

          Then, to his assertion that no homosexual “of any note” has ever made his country better off (which I don’t think is the best basis for judging merit anyway), I gave him some clear examples of homosexuals who surely have done so. I only needed one example, really, given how he posed the challenge. I don’t know about ninja turtles–in my day, Jewish mothers didn’t encourage reading comic books–but the sexual orientation of those I mentioned is not in doubt. Next thing monkey will tell us is that Sappho wasn’t gay either!

          If he weren’t such a frenzied idiot he wouldn’t get himself into such messes.

          However, monkey need have no fear of my committing suicide. I’m way too old for that. I just wish he’d get his degree and move out of mommie’s house. Maybe then he could join A1 in precious absence.

          skzion on September 16, 2012 at 10:36 pm

          I meant “Copland.” I’m sure monkey was thrown off by my misspelling, he being expert in music and the arts.

          Copland was a Jewish New York liberal. Oh well, I didn’t say I liked his politics. Even liberals, though, can make their country better off so long as they are not primarily politicians.

          But really, why am I bothering with this epsilon slacker?

          skzion on September 16, 2012 at 10:47 pm

          @Gay Obama,

          Well, it *was* your example. And presumably the strongest one you could think of.

          Sounds to me like this Red was mostly in it for Aaron *Copland.*

          Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 10:52 pm

      SCROTUS FLUNKY: AGAIN, STFU!!!!!

      IceNoMore on September 17, 2012 at 9:30 am

One has to ask why is it that Obama is militantly pushing both the radical homosexual agenda (anti-family and anti-morality as it is) and the Islamic agenda (as per his working in tandem with the Muslim Brotherhood). In the rational mind, support for one agenda cancels out the other, given this history of oppression of gays in the Muslim world. But there is nothing rational whatsoever in any part of the Leftist agenda.

And as to the appropriately named ‘RampantStupidity’, it is quite evident that this troll resorts to the kind of cheap ad hominem smears and slurs because they can’t debate the issues at hand that Debbie brings forth.

ConcernedPatriot on September 16, 2012 at 2:47 pm

I saw a few clips of Susan Rice making the rounds on tv, alleging that the murder of Stevens was all about some film protesters (who just happened to be armed with rpgs, I guess).
I recall, last summer, everyone in the media (especially CNN) was crowing and mindlessly repeating the White House lie that al-Qaeda and radical Islam was defunct, dead, defeated by Obama. This is why, in part, it is so very, very important that the Obama administration maintain the fiction that the murder of Ambassador Stevens was the work of a few “hot heads gone wild” or due to a protest over a film. The murder cannot have anything to do with radical, terrorist Islam – since that would destroy the Obama narrative of having single-handedly taken out al-Qaeda and its leaders.

J.S. on September 16, 2012 at 2:49 pm

Chris Stevens sexual orientation or proclivities are irrelevant. This entire purported anti-Islam film is also irrelevant. The problem has been outright U.S. government support of the “Arab Spring” and a pro-Muslim government agenda.

The questions that the “leadership” of the government continue to ask are “What can we do to make Muslims across the globe more happy?” and “What can we do to make Muslims like us more?” These are the wrong questions and they pursuing the answers to those questions, as the government has done, will only continue to lead to more deadly results.

The correct question to be asking is “What can we do to drive absolute fear and panic into the hearts of our Muslim enemies?” Until that question replaces the questions in my previous paragraph, expect more of the same, and worse.

For your amusement, I’ve posted this MadTV video before, but for those who haven’t seen it, you might get a few laughs from it, even though it is several years old: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS4v_kj9rw4. Obviously, it’s still relevant humor.

Ralph Adamo on September 16, 2012 at 3:02 pm

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new slogan….Instead of BF Egypt now we can use BF Libya.. That’s all….Carry on…

Gino on September 16, 2012 at 3:04 pm

I doubt the Islamic terrorists who murdered Stevens knew that he was gay – if they had, it would have been an extra special reason to kill him on top of being an American. Ditto if he was a Jew.

As I’ve said, I don’t think we should have relations with savages but if we do need to protect our interests with them, the least we should do is make sure our diplomatic corps represents the American diversity that they hate. If they don’t like atheists, Jews, Christians, Hindus, gays and women for Ambassadors – tough luck.

We don’t have to apologize to them like there’s no tomorrow for our decency and civilized standards. For once, the President and Secretary Of State Clinton should STFU and drinking a steam cup of coffee! As I’ve mentioned also – I am sick and tire of the constant apologies for Muslim violence.

We are not and have never done anything to offend them. Keep in mind you’ll never hear an apology for them for all the atrocities and outrages they’ve committed upon Americans and Jews for decades. Good luck with them ever showing contrition for their evil. Its not we who need to change to please them; its they who need to grow up and learn to live in the 21st Century.

Let’s remember the country Ambassador Steven came from is the greatest country on earth and our enemies will never be able to destroy what’s good about America. They fear we’ll change them and let’s keep on doing that – Islam cannot survive freedom. That is our value and let’s hold fast to it.

And one day, Islam will be history.

NormanF on September 16, 2012 at 3:51 pm

Is EVERYONE insane.
The Muslims are barbarians.
Period.
That’s what we should take from this.

C Smith on September 16, 2012 at 4:17 pm

@Statusmonkey,

I have several gay friends who have served years in the military and in combat to give you the right to spout the nonsense that you do. They are on the ground protecting this country and they are gay.

Kyle on September 16, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    @Kyle,

    Sounds like you need to re-read the question.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 9:23 pm

Agree with Ms. Schlussel on this article. I’m still in a state of disbelief with regard to how every single one of our female politicians wears the scarves all over their stupid heads when in those countries. We should flood the embassies with gay porn stars and put the security staff on orders to take care of business as needed. As the security personnel deem necessary, not some ass kissing bureaucrat.

samurai on September 16, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    @Samauri,

    Um, and we would do that WHY, again? If your only purpose is to be insulting, then how are you any different from the guy who made this stupid movie?

    I guess you could always tattoo an anti-Muslim message on your forehead, too. THAT’d teach ‘em.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 9:30 pm

      @statusmonkey. Looking at your posting activity, I’m going to go out on a limb here just a bit. You’re a huge celibate loser. Your writing isn’t even understandable to me, and your trolling is borderline. At least be good at your chosen hobby. I have nothing against tattoos, but getting one on my forehead is not going to happen. Ms. Schlussel blogs this stuff out and always presents an informed, educated opinion. I’ve disagreed a few times in the past on several different topics, but in this country at this moment, we still have a right to make a statement unless it’s a death threat or something bad like that. Most comments like yours are immediately flagged for the b.s. they are. Here’s an idea for you. Take off your adult diaper, shave your face, and go out and get a job so you can get out of moms basement. I picture you like that man baby that went to court to sue for his right to live as a baby to be taken care of by his welfare cheese mom. The web has churned out lots of people just like you. Useful idiots. Out.

      samurai on September 16, 2012 at 10:05 pm

        samurai, I’m not sure you’re really out on a limb here.

        skzion on September 16, 2012 at 10:52 pm

        @Sword Crosser,

        So when you don’t understand something, the person who *wrote* it is the loser? LOL.

        People usually flag comments when they don’t have an effective response. So I’m guessing that you flag comments all the time.

        And my comment about getting a tattoo on your forehead was sarcastic. I was using an example to show why your statement was stupid.

        Sorry for confusing you.

        Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 11:02 pm

Why do we have to choose sides between the Sodomites and the Muslims? The type of personnel our country uses in it’s embassies and consulates are nobody’s business except for the people of the U.S. If the murdered official was a homo, that is no excuse for his murder, but neither does it call for any kind of defense of homosexuality. Now some are saying that there was plenty of advance intelligence notice that these attacks were going to happen. What’s the problem, Saddam…ooops, Barack Hussein Obama too busy with the campaign and the golf course to make sure his people are doing their jobs? What an OBAMANATION!

RT on September 16, 2012 at 8:42 pm

Gay prez obama appoints gay ambassador thru gay Hillary and Huma.

Bobby99 on September 16, 2012 at 9:17 pm

@Statusmonkey,

I’m sorry if active soldiers are not “of note” enough for you, but they do more for this country than most politicians, straight or gay. Furthermore, your question is a red herring (and intellectually dishonest) as most gays have not come out until recent years.

Furthermore, my initial comment was on Debbie’s misstatement about gays in this country. They do not, by large, support Islam or antagonize Israel.

Kyle on September 16, 2012 at 10:37 pm

    @Kyle,

    “Red herring?” Um, more like it cuts through all the BS like a laser and addresses the heart of your assertion. In a way you don’t like, obviously.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 10:48 pm

Yes, monkey’s intellect is like a laser. Sort of like the laser in a mouse.

skzion on September 16, 2012 at 11:11 pm

    @Gay Obama,

    In your case, I think a gerbil would be more likely.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 11:22 pm

Considering the news items about ICE, the border patrol and various other government institutions and agencies, some of whom Debbie posts about here, I have to wonder if being a sexual deviate of any sort is a prerequisite for an appointment to a government post these days.

RT on September 16, 2012 at 11:11 pm

@Statusmonkey,

I asserted that gays as a whole don’t hate Israel and don’t love Islam. Then you started talking about “gays of note” vis-a-vis the United States…seems like your “laser” is aimed in the wrong direction as it missed what I was saying.

Red herring *and* intellectually dishonest. Don’t forget that latter one, too!

Kyle on September 16, 2012 at 11:19 pm

    @Kyle,

    Yes. Because nothing could be more pro-American than pandering to Islam. Still confused?

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 11:26 pm

@Status,

Ummm, yes, I’m confused because you’re not making sense.

As I stated, except for the loud-mouthed far leftist gays, the majority of gays (those with decent-paying jobs and decent educations) are not pandering to Islam. Reading gay blogs, almost all seem horrified when Iran hangs more gays or Lebanon targets more gays. Bring up Israel, and a significant majority commends Israel for its humane treatment of gays and the rights they have there (often more than in the US).

Still confused?

Kyle on September 16, 2012 at 11:31 pm

    @Kyle,

    Virtually all of them are “loud-mouthed far leftists.” And sociopaths to boot.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 11:41 pm

@Status,

One-fourth of gays vote Republican, so certainly not “virtually all of them” are far leftists.

You don’t even have your facts correct, which calls into question any of your opinions.

Intellectually dishonest.

Kyle on September 16, 2012 at 11:47 pm

    @Kyle,

    So there’s no such thing as a leftist Republican? Clearly the problem here is that you can’t tell the difference between “facts” and your opinions.

    Statusmonkey on September 16, 2012 at 11:51 pm

@Status,

I don’t know too many “far leftist” Republicans (remember, you said “virtually all” gays are far leftists). If you need to redefine terms, though, to suit your collapsing argument, by all means. But I’m guessing I know a lot more about gays than you do.

And again, you tellingly move away from my first comment and keep focusing your “laser” on extraneous issues. Debbie was wrong when she said most gays support Islam and are against Israel.

Kyle on September 16, 2012 at 11:57 pm

    @Kyle,

    If you actually believe that “far leftists” (your term) are the only ones who pander to Islam, then you are a fool indeed.

    Statusmonkey on September 17, 2012 at 1:30 am

@Debbie,

Not only were you incorrect to state most gays support Islam and hate Israel, but I’ve even seen your work (regarding the gay, Jewish man who “fell” down an elevator shaft in San Francisco) positively cited to by commentators on one of the most popular gay websites out there.

Gay men read your blog, and many sympathize with your views and even support them, especially regarding Islam. Few gays outside the loony far left have any misunderstanding on how they’d fair in Islamic regimes.

Kyle on September 17, 2012 at 12:07 am

Y’all are arguing with an illiterate, un-exciting dopey loser. Monkeypud is a waste of your precious time here on earth. Just ignore him.

He’s a crashing bore and his writing is so bad I am NEVER tempted to even read one word of his solipsistic palaver.

Samurai has it right. Re-read what he said and get on with your lives. His is sucky, sooky loser so let the loser be the loser he is.

Skunky on September 17, 2012 at 12:40 am

    @”Y’all,”

    The Skuzz (who often refers to herself as “we,” LOL) is just miffed that so many people on the right are ditching Loser Romney’s fading campaign. If you aren’t 100 percent chained up in that doggie crate on Mitt’s roof, this tool has the same scat-focused witless repartee for you.

    At least my comments (which she angrily denies reading, LOL) have gotten SOME original content out of this twit. Normally she can’t even breathe without Schlussel suggesting it to her.

    Statusmonkey on September 17, 2012 at 12:53 am

Skzion, don’t worry about that sad, sook Monkeypud. Just ignore him as I do. I am glad you see what he is now.

And Skzion, you called him out early for his little bruised ego Jihad. Very good point. He’s not an agent provocateur because the boring bastard is not provocative in the LEAST but you were spot-on about his girly anger ALWAYS superseding his “so-called” Conservative talking points. He’s too thin-skinned and dumb to be consistent.

Monkeypud, you old rotten piece of daggy crap hanging from a Sheep’s bottom, I have your desiccated, miniscule remains of your scrotum since your Bob Dole “exclusive” right HERE.

And I am NEVER giving them back to you, little girl! :D

Skunky on September 17, 2012 at 12:49 am

    @Skuzz,

    Bob Dole? Maybe he’s hiding somewhere in Serbio-Croatia with Clint Eastwood’s chair and the last hopes of the Mitt Romney campaign.

    LOL, that last half of your whine is exactly the kind of intellectualism that “Yalies” like Gay Obama have come to crave from this site.

    And you think *I’m* boring? Pfft, that says a lot, coming from someone who mindlessly repeats whatever Schlussel says, but adds a potty obsession to the mix. I pity you. What are you going to do when Romney loses? LOL, he’s sinking fast, you’d better send him $2500 quick. Except that such a sum is probably like a full year’s pay for you.

    Statusmonkey on September 17, 2012 at 1:13 am

september 11 1683 the raghead army was humiliated and destroyed at the battle of viena so it is an important date for ragheads.what ever! we should kill all the ragheads before they kill us.

BRUCE on September 17, 2012 at 8:50 am

Norman, I’d prefer that the US have no diplomatic relations w/ Muslim countries. But if they do, I’d prefer that they populate their embassies w/ only Muslims, Arabists, pro Muslim dhimmis and so on.

That way, when something like this happens and savages in Cairo, Benghazi, Tunis, Islamabad, Sanaa, Beirut or anywhere else want to burn down an embassy & kill a few people, guess what? Advocates of grovelling to Muslims are being sacrificed. I’d think of it like a Rachel Corrie or a Chris Stephens – no big loss. Keep sending such cretins there, so that finally, or hopefully, we run out of them and can then snap all ties w/ dar ul Islam.

Infidel on September 17, 2012 at 9:31 am

@ scrotus flunky:

You’re a menial little dweeb. Go crawl back in your non-descript corner and play with your little smokie. It’s evident you’re a waste of DNA and what’s worse is you’re breathing our air….

IceNoMore on September 17, 2012 at 9:33 am

    @SpammingForeverMore,

    Um, I’d say that my problem is that I’m NOT a “flunky.”

    You and Gay Obama (aka “skzion”) should get a room together. Once those doors are closed, the two of you could spend all NIGHT talking about fashion and Sex and the City.

    I just don’t understand why some people believe that sex offenders and sociopaths should be representing America as ambassadors. Do you? In your case, however, a perv might actually be the most “representative” choice.

    Statusmonkey on September 17, 2012 at 11:46 am

I agree with Debbie, the ambassador being gay wasn’t why he was killed. He was killed because he was an American representing American interests.

I’ve got to disagree with most people posting here about what type of person should be posted to diplomatic stations in muslim countries. I believe someone like General Pershing should be assigned to diplomatic posts in muslim countries. And those embassies should have an entire platoon of locked and loaded Marines to guard it, not just the typical Marine Security Guard.

Jarhead on September 17, 2012 at 9:46 am

Debbie has a good point. Stevens wasn’t killed because he was gay. He was killed by those Muslim savages because he was an American. Even though the toady pandered to Islam he was done in by the same third world cretins that he tried to help. It also strikes me as pathetic that the same Muslims who hate gays raped this man before they killed him. So much for consistency from these “peaceful” Muslim ingrates. And anyone who believes that said ingrates got all worked up because some fools made a “movie” making fun of mohammad are drinking the same koolaid as that idiot Susan Rice. At least I got to watch as two of my least favorite people Hannity and McCain take it out on each other over their support for Odummer intervention in Lybia. Even though Vannity is spinning like a member of the Obowma administration trying to deny it.

Ken b on September 17, 2012 at 12:01 pm

@ scotus…

It’s quite evident you have more problems than being a flunky; I don’t even think meds would help you. You so hung up on everyone being a closet gay one would think you’re trying to come out yourself.

I’m not gay, never have been, never will be. The question of whether or not gays should be in ambassador positions is of no consequence to me; what pisses me off is our embassies and interests are not being protected and the Obumfuck administration (you probably voted for him and won’t admit to it) has taken the mamby pamby PC approach instead of lighting these pukes up and turning their sorry ass countries into parking lots as we should have done long ago.

Your problem is you miss the point on everything because you’d rather spew your vile, visceral, misinformed tidbits of trash at others instead of offering anything of value to the conversation.

Go climb back in your tree and have a banana……

IceNoMore on September 17, 2012 at 12:21 pm

    @SpammingForeverMore,

    I dig that label “scotus.” Are you trying to nominate me for the Supreme Court?

    I’m the closet case? Um, you’re the one issuing the denials here.

    You STILL haven’t explained why it’s a good idea to have a known sexual deviant representing America as an ambassador. What’s next, a plum ambassadorship for Jerry Sandusky?

    You sure talk tough about Muslims and parking lots, but I seriously doubt you’d have the stones to pull the trigger yourself. You just want someone else to do the dirty work – sissy.

    Statusmonkey on September 17, 2012 at 1:56 pm

      Scrotus….you’re an uninformed, belligerent rat-smacker who still thinks poontang is the capital od China. I never mentioned ANYWHERE of it being a good idea to have a sexual deviant representing this country anywhere, anytime. You pulled that from your gaping, fetid ass which I’m sure has been over-plundered by your hidden gay agenda friends.

      As far as me having the balls to pull the trigger, I spent half my life in federal law enforcement and overseas missions….I’d have no problem pulling the trigger on anything I felt was a threat or needed extermination….

      STFU asswipe!

      IceNoMore on September 18, 2012 at 9:52 am

        @SpammingForeverMore,

        An “overseas mission?” Like the kind that are usually organized by CHURCHES? Oh noes! LOL, were you in that French mansion with Mitt Romney? Those are some major warrior creds there.

        And federal law enforcement, pffft. Anyone who has ever worked in that field knows that nine tenths of those people never even SEE a gun, except when they’re watching tv and pretending to be Jack Bauer.

        And I “still think poontang is the capital of China?” LOL, it sounds like that “half your life” you referred to must be about years – at most.

        Statusmonkey on September 19, 2012 at 11:31 am

Wow, you are basing that this guy was gay on what? If you do a search on the “boyfriend” you will see that this picture came from his facebook page and they were college friends. He makes a comment on one of the pictures saying they looked gay but that was in jest. The guy is an actor, is on IMDB, MARRIED with 2 kids. What other facts do you have to drag this guy into this by claiming he is gay and that they were boyfriends?

Tim on September 17, 2012 at 3:14 pm

Looks like @monkey has made some new friends here. His laser-like mind is very appealing, I admit.

I think it’s time to ignore him. He could not possibly add anything to a conversation.

Still waiting for Bob Dole to show up at the Republican Convention.

skzion on September 17, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    Now you’re cooking with grease, Skzion. He is easy to ignore because he makes Zero sense and he’s three times as boring.

    Skzion, you’re too much an individual thinker who is too well informed to waste your precious time on such a crashing bore know-nothing.

    All his schtick is self-masterbatory and a snooze. It’s more fun and edifying to ignore him and let him hoist himself on his own retarded petard! ;)

    Skunky on September 17, 2012 at 8:04 pm

      @Skuzzy,

      Well, this is only like 20th time you’ve vowed to “ignore” me, but maybe this one’ll take.

      And YOU would know how to spot an “original thinker.” you’re about as “original” as the bs coming out of Mitt Romney.

      Also, it’s cooking with OIL. Retard. And I’m three times more boring … than zero? Um, I know this will probably break your mind in half, but three times zero … is still zero. Much like your mathematical abilities, it would seem – LOL.

      Statusmonkey on September 17, 2012 at 11:27 pm

      Yeah, I finally stopped responding to him when he whined about the poor little Fakestinian offspring in Yesha and badmouthed R’ Kahane. This told me that, without question, @monkey scum was pro-Islam. His reference to Goldstein (who died to prevent a pogrom against Jews the following day) tells us what kind of material he reads. Ugh!

      skzion on September 18, 2012 at 4:40 pm

        @Gay Obama,

        If opposing Kahane is the standard, then I’d say about 95 percent of Jews are “pro-Islam.” That diaper-wearing retard was about as cool as the AIDS virus.

        He’s pretty much the Israeli version of David Duke. You are a moron, so I guess the 2 of you have something in common, LOL.

        Statusmonkey on September 18, 2012 at 8:24 pm

    @Gay Obama,

    I’m sure that if they could have a do-over, Dole WOULD be the speaker. I just wonder who the NOMINEE would be.

    I wonder if any of my “new friends” aren’t you under another name. Care to share, Schlussel?

    Statusmonkey on September 18, 2012 at 12:15 am

Debbie, it DOES make a difference. Why? Because he was in THEIR country – even if the embassy is considered American soil. YES, they know he was homosexual. He was not closet. He was open. It was discussed by the staff.

That lifestyle is cause for death/mutilation/rape/torture in their country.

That country is NOT the USA. That is what people do not clue in to. That country is NOT bound by the laws of this country.

NOR are we bound by their laws (even though BO seems to think we are).

Dolphie on September 17, 2012 at 9:56 pm

NOW I KNOW WHY HE WAS NECRO-SODOMIZED!!! The press must think we are SCHTUPID!!!!! Did the crowds of Muslim animals know this??? If they did, he’s dead because Obama slipped Libya a gay ambassador as opposed to a “gay” movie. This is such bullcrap…Islamanimals HATE gays….they murder gays….they decapitate gays….what will it take to have the libtards realize that they can have their own opinions but NOT their own facts??? Making “nicey” with the Islamanimals??? What a waste!!! Stevens should have been sent to be the ambassador to San Francisco….in fact, I could swear he was from the Gay (I mean Bay) area.

Ed von Richtoven on September 17, 2012 at 10:41 pm

This woman is an Israeli. They have done nothing but make American foreign policy difficult for the last 60 years. Though I may agree with her take on pandering to Islam I don’t agree with pandering to Israel.

Graffen on September 25, 2012 at 5:50 pm

Thank you for the auspicious writeup. It if truth be told used to be a entertainment account it. Look complicated to far added agreeable from you! However, how can we keep in touch?

gay sex on July 19, 2013 at 1:38 am

Your batting on about protecting what you call western culture and freedom and yet you say you are against gay marriage. Indeed your whole article reads like some hateful fundamentalist Islamic diatribe. Your a complete half wit. Western culture constantly evolves , that is what allows it to be more free.It’s currently evolving in its approach to homosexuality. It’s shedding its judeo based hatred of homosexuality. Your a dinosaur soon to be swept out of the way like dirty snow. Get over it and stop preaching hate. You must be so unhappy . I wish you luck in your search for happiness.

robert on January 18, 2014 at 6:33 pm

no one cares that both of the obamas are gay. However, that the piece of burnt sinew has had lovers murdered so as to shut them up, is a horse of a different color.

That we, with our blood and treasure, are fighting the caliphate war (sunni vs. shia) may anger some folks when it becomes (duh) more obvious. Wasn’t he so excited to kill UBL. WHY? Come on. You can do it…

CHESS on January 20, 2014 at 11:49 pm

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