September 4, 2013, - 8:59 am

John McCain Pulls a Michelle Malkin on Syria: Defends Jihad, Islamic Extremism

By Debbie Schlussel

Yesterday, John McCain got very upset with FOX News morning host Brian Kilmeade after Kilmeade said he had a problem with Syrian rebels yelling the jihadist Muslim slogan, “allahu akbur”–which means, allah is the greatest or greater (than your and my G-d)–after they shot down a fighter jet.


Two of a Kind

But I’m not surprised by this ridiculous, hypocritical behavior on McCain’s part, because for me it was like deja vu all over again. Faux-conservative and eternal hypocrite Michelle Malkin, a complete fraud, did the same thing to me, as she defended a frequently used jihadist slogan, Islam’s oath of martyrdom, in order to attack me. At the same time, she also demonstrated a creepy pedophiliac crush she and the two hideous hags who run her self-masturbation site, Twitchy, have.

Last year, Muslims around the world, particularly in Turkey attacked me non-stop (and they still are) because I warned parents that One Direction pop group member, Zayn Malik, was proselytizing Islam on impressionable young girls around the world who are his fans. This led to death-threat-filled attacks on me (which Malkin praised, defended, and whitewashed) and a particular hashtag topping the worldwide trends of Twitter, something the extremely jealous and bitter Malkin has never been able to inspire. And, so, she and her hags attacked me on Twitchy, noting their unrequited love for teen Muslim Malik, and defending the Shehadah (see also here)–the Islamic oath of martyrdom that is front and center on the Al-Qaeda flag and is chanted at Muslim rallies for Hezbollah, HAMAS, and various terrorist groups. The oath states that the only god is allah and that the only prophet is Mohammed. Malkin thinks this is just swell, and let the world know this in her attack on me–and in one of her 36(!) posts declaring her crush on One Direction and its Muslim Zayn Malik, very weird pedophiliac behavior for a women who is almost 43 years old and a married mother of two. (Her hypocrisy and fraudulent behavior is nothing new. She took over $40,000 in cash from the financier of the New Black Panther Party, despite trying to build her career on attacking the scumbags. Cha-ching!)

So, here’s more of John McCain’s Malkin-esque–or, rather, Fraudkin-esque–behavior in support of the jihad, a jihad in Syria that I’ve been saying for the last couple of years, we should stay out of (yes, I said, “let allah sort it out,” long before Sarah Palin’s handlers told her to):

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) blasted Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade on Tuesday for questioning members of a Syrian opposition groups’ use of the phrase “Allahu Akbar” after what Kilmeade said “looks like a fighter jet being shot out of the sky.”

“I have a problem helping those people screaming that after a hit,” Kilmeade said.

McCain criticized Kilmeade for his skepticism of the phrase, which means “God is greater” or “God is the greatest” in Arabic.

“Would you have a problem with an American person saying ‘Thank God? Thank God?'” McCain said. “That’s what they’re saying. Come on! Of course they’re Muslims, but they’re moderates and I guarantee you they are moderates.”

McCain said on NBC’s “Today” show he would support President Barack Obama’s request for action, but didn’t agree with the president that any military force should “be designed to be limited in duration and scope.” McCain said he’s hoping for resolution of intervention that includes authority to degrade Syria’s air defenses.

McCain then compared this to Christians saying, “Thank G-d” or “G-d bless you,” as if it’s exactly the same thing.

Um, it isn’t the same as “Thank G-d” or “G-d bless you.” It’s a declaration of Islamic supremacism. Question for John McCain: How many Christians say “Thank G-d” or “G-d bless you” before and during the beheading of innocent Americans and Westerners on video? (And how many Christians actually perform such beheadings and make and distribute such videos?) (Question for Michelle Malkin: so you have no prob with the Islamic oath of martyrdom, also chanted before and during the beheadings of innocent Americans and Westerners? Thanks for the tip, hun.)

As I’ve noted before, John McCain was the Obamas’ spokesman in urging the Muslim Brotherhood to run candidates for Egypt’s leadership–from which HAMAS and Al-Qaeda emanated–and easing the terrorist group into office. He’s a complete hypocrite and fraud. Just like Malkin.

Sadly, their pan-jihadist views are also very dangerous.

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What a crew! The dynamic duo (Powers & Rice who look like they have been muzzled), Obama, McCain, Graham, Shrillary, Boehner, all talking about the urgent necessity of bombing Syria. And then Rand Paul trying to bring down the Egyptian Government.

It is worth studying FDR’s reign — it basically influenced all the Democrats (and some Republicans) after that. Every bit of legislation has to be passed immediately or else we will have catastrophe. And people voted for Obama/Roosevelt so the handouts wouldn’t stop.

The one difference — Roosevelt restricted (Jewish) immigration (with apologists such as Dershowitz and Breitman still defending him) and Obama is opening the doors, like Syria, without meaningful opposition. (And incidentally, those who today are competing against each other to show how much the Commies influenced Roosevelt, might do well to evaluate the influence the Commies had in encouraging Roosevelt to restrict immigration — not a word from the vocal combattants about that so far.)

I used to say that I hoped the New Year would be better than the one before, but I think this decline is irreversible. With all the science and technology at our disposal, the world is entering a new Dark Age, that will make the former one look like the Enlightenment.

Little Al on September 4, 2013 at 9:32 am

    Hey “L A”

    You may wish to start earlier in time than FDR .

    Margaret MacMillan’s “PARIS 1919” – A post-WWI book about Wilson, League of Nations, etc.

    Keep in mind the old saying that “YOU CAN’T FIGHT CITY HALL” and if one thinks UN GLOBAL GOVERNMENT is the answer, well, it is magnitudes of difficulty greater than fighting City Hall!

    Next, keep your eye on any Global Monetary System movement – e.g. expansion of U.S. Dollar as World’s Reserve Currency becoming only currency??? – as well as a read of Amity Schlae’s “THE FORGOTTEN MAN”.

    BTW, I respect John McCain’s bravery and service, but he has to retire asap before he becomes a bigger buffoon than he already is…Please, John, save your honor and retire.

    Dennis on September 4, 2013 at 10:14 am

      Yes, Wilson was atrocious also, and a role model for FDR who served as Asst. Sec. of the Navy under Wilson.

      BTW, you mentioned the IMF and UN. The roles of Comrades Hiss and White were momentous in their formation.

      Little Al on September 4, 2013 at 1:10 pm

Moderates, who just happen to have the equipment and knowledge to shoot a plane out of the sky. What an idiot.

ender on September 4, 2013 at 10:00 am

Debbie –

To think we both voted for him – decent people can make mistakes. Happily, it wasn’t an irretrievable one!

Obama and McCain want us to intervene in Syria for the same reason we got involved in Libya – and look how well that turned out.

Like we need to help the folks who gave us 9/11 for reasons that aren’t entirely clear. Sure, Assad is a ruthless thug – but that’s the reason we should let “Allah sort it out.”

While stopping Assad from employing weapons of mass destruction (like his chemical weapons arsenal) may be a good objective, we lack the will to really do what it takes to stop barbarism in the Middle East. Here’s a hint:

Assad isn’t isn’t the problem: its Islam. But good luck in getting the US government to ever take it seriously. America is royally screwed.

NF: Because the GOP didn’t give us a choice, as it hasn’t since Reagan. As I’ve noted several times, if that schmuck Al Gore had been Prez instead of Bush, we would not have wasted lives and limbs and mega-gazillions to hand Iraq from Sunnis to Shi’ite Iran, and we wouldn’t be in Afghanistan. And the Middle East would be more stable. And if McCain had been Prez, we’d have been wasting lives and limbs on the ground in Syria long ago. DS

NormanF on September 4, 2013 at 11:02 am

I seem to remember McCain has been, of late, a de facto stooge for the Muslim Brotherhood. Wasn’t he among the RINO’s who went after Michele Bachmann when she raised questions about the particular ties of Mrs. “Carlos Danger” (a.k.a. Huma Abedin), about last year? I.I.N.M., Debbie wrote about that one extensively, last July. (And Marco “Boob-io” was amongst the RINO pile-ons.)

ConcernedPatriot on September 4, 2013 at 11:04 am

When it comes to the Muslim Brotherhood – both the Left and the Right are equally clueless.

No wonder the Egyptians and the Saudis hate our guts! There will always be anti-Americanism in the Middle East but it has to be admitted we betray our allies and help our enemies.

Why any one in the Middle East should admire America for trying to screw things up over there more than they have already been screwed up – that’s a very good question indeed.

And the Syrian jihadists won’t love us just cuz we’re mad enough to teach Assad “a lesson.”

NormanF on September 4, 2013 at 11:11 am

John Mccain sucks so much he ought to be listed in the Astronomical Register as a black hole …

Jack on September 4, 2013 at 11:36 am

OT is our resident Mental Health expert but you don’t need a doctorate in medicine or psychology to know this McShame is deeply mentally ill. It’s understandable but he should NOT be representing the USA citizens.

I blame those dopes who voted him back in. I’m not from Arizona but I knew he was lying like a psychopath during his last campaign for re-election. I wouldn’t have voted for him but the duped GOPers of Arizona did. No better than dumb Libtards (redundant).

Does his retardo guarantee come as strongly as a Scrappy Joe Biden guarantee? This geezer is an idiot. Look at his bimbo daughter! Look at how he treats his weird wife! This old fool should just go away. I don’t listen to ANYONE who equivocates on Islam.

Oh, that little Mooooooslim fraud from that dopey band is now engaged to a white, Pom singer. Who wants to bet that the dopey Bim will revert for that pillar of Moooooslim modesty?

I remember that column DS wrote and took it seriously (otherwise I’d ignore that freaky, little poufda…). Is it true Fraudkin likes him? I just thought she thought what DS wrote was nonsense NOT that she had a pube-y teen crush on the dork? Oy vey!

Sorry, but I don’t take ANYTHING lightly when it comes to Islam. Sadly, many people do. If it’s not PC foolishness holding peeps back from seeing the truth it’s the silliness of giving them the benefit of the doubt.

And that’s how the nasty vermin Moooooslims are winning. The idiots are doing us in!! It’s tragic because there are many stories that prove that how duplicitous they are…even thou’ many more stories are hidden to protect them.

Skunky on September 4, 2013 at 11:38 am

    ReeAAALlYYyyy!! *gasp*
    You were right eugene!!! We struck a Goldmine!!
    I’ll be checking next………

    FredFreud on September 4, 2013 at 2:13 pm

      What the hell are you crapping on about, you retard?

      If you’re gonna take umbrage with what I said at least point it out, you moron. Most here are not illiterate like YOU.

      If one were a sad freak like you I’d check out or before I would even take a peak at flatearth…just sayin’…

      Skunky on September 4, 2013 at 5:36 pm

I wonder how much McCain is being paid by his wealthy Middle Eastern friends to defend the Muslim Brotherhood and pretend the Muslims are just like the rest of us Christians and Jews. Nothing to see here…move along. They are just freedom-loving peaceful jihadis. Just like you and me. There has to be a ton of money changing hands between the Muslims and the pandering politicians in Washington.

MIGirl on September 4, 2013 at 11:47 am

IMHO the fact that voters in Massachusetts (democrats of course) could re-elect Ted Kennedy so many times demonstrates that state’s moral bankruptcy. The fact that voters in Arizona (republicans) could not get rid of John McCain demonstrates that state’s mental bankruptcy.

CornCoLeo on September 4, 2013 at 12:54 pm

These people leave me flabegasted about the way they behave an d act. What happened to the proverbial American Intelligence. I do not see it any more. !- Hillary hires the daughter of promnet Taliban as her secretary 2 – Kerry talks foolishly about the happenings in the middle East. 3 – Obama picks seven Moslem brothers as his top advisers for the Middle East. THe whole clique endorse the war on Syria which if this occurred will wind up being a Haven for Al-Qaedah AND THE TALIBAN. Forgive Mam I do not want to say what I really think of this group of Morons.

G. R. Scharoubim on September 4, 2013 at 1:15 pm

After I saw the video I am convinced that McCain is a fool. He have been bamboozled by the terrorists. How can he utter this nonsense on public television ??? This alone gives you an idea about his level of lack of intelligence.

G. R. Scharoubim on September 4, 2013 at 1:20 pm

Debbie, you are right sweety, John McCain did indeed pull off a “Michelle Malkin/Fraudkin” as you stated in most of the piece here (for those who are going to troll here and attack Ms. Schlussel, we know that you’re going to do the rhetoric of: “you’re such an attention whore Debbie, blah blah blah”, DS is only making a “reference” of involving Ms. Malkin on her hypocrisy when MM attacked DS a year and a half ago when she called out that muslim singer from One Direction), instead of McCain giving kudos to the Fox News guy, he attacked him and began shilling for islam.

We all know that you speak fluent Arabic Debbie, and the phrase “Allahu Akbar” in the arab dialect means “God is good/great”. For Mr. McCain, let us go way back when, during the course of Crusades, when the Christian crusaders countered the Islamic army who occupied and took over lands in the middle east and southern Europe by being imperialist, the Christian crusaders said “With God’s will”, they didn’t say that phrase to murder innocent people in the name of Christianity, Jesus, the Bible, vice versa, as I said, they said that to fight against the Islamist to take back the lands that the arabs stole during the Islamic Conquest.

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 4, 2013 at 2:57 pm

John McCain should just worry about making sure that he changes his depends after each of his temper tantrums.

And another thing, John. Getting shot down over Vietnam does not make you an expert on the military, or anything else.

Jonathan E. Grant on September 4, 2013 at 3:03 pm

“How many Christians say “G-d bless you” before and during the beheading of innocent Americans and Westerners on video? (And how many Christians actually perform such beheadings and make and distribute such videos?”

That’s it.

DS_ROCKS! on September 4, 2013 at 3:25 pm

McCain, feh.

jake49 on September 4, 2013 at 3:27 pm

McCain the “Epsilon” Senator.

His “performance on a recent Tonight Show was embarrassing.

Panhandle on September 4, 2013 at 3:37 pm

Maybe, McCain is the real Manchurian Candidate.

JeffT on September 4, 2013 at 4:28 pm

McCain plan is very smart. Borrowing money from China to support an Al-Qaeda-backed opposition in a nasty fight against a Russia-China-Iran-backed dictator. And you also have “conservative” speechwriter for G. W. Bush, Marc Thiessen, talking about the “moderate” rebels. Please, gimme a(n Arab Spring) break.

Rodrigo Veleda on September 4, 2013 at 4:33 pm

I bet if a raghead was on a plane with McCain and he screamed “allahu akbur” while the plane was in the air, McCain would shit a brick and have a heart attack. What a moron.

Why doesn’t McCain take the Arlen Specter route and just switch to the Democrat party? Everybody knows that’s where his allegiances are anyway.

Jarhead on September 4, 2013 at 4:48 pm

“Nah, nah”

No pardon me. I am drunk and McCain looks creepy as hell.
What they’re are saying is their God is greater not thank god.

You don’t say god is greater after your kid narrowly avoids an accident do you?

Please understand what situation you are in now. Wake the fuck up.

Frankz on September 4, 2013 at 4:53 pm

Here is a prediction. Before the end of this year,it will be revealed that the republicans in the US Government have been supporting the Al Quaida led insurrection in Syria. Mr MCain is simply leaking a foretaste of the thinking we will be asked to accept,That is: to accept Al Quaida as the ruling force in the middle east so we can stop fighting them… There is money to be made in Wars as Bush and his buddy Cheney showed us.
Russia may be heading back to the days of Stalinism under Vlad, but they will be better as allies than the mob of cultist corrupt boy fuckers that are Al Quaida.
We dont need Syria and we dont need to defend Al Quaida,whom I am reminded of everytime I enter a public building or Airport and are forced to undergo xray sctreening and suffer humiliation as an old man, as i struggle to bend over to remove my shoes in public.
Let us not forget the picture of John Kerry chumming it up with Assad in 2009. If they are calling him bad names now,who are the good guys? surely not Al,9/11, Alquaida??

Aron B on September 4, 2013 at 4:56 pm

I don’t think even the Russian tough guys will make it their on their own.

Frankz on September 4, 2013 at 4:59 pm

Oh, and as I now remember,
Where exactly did the Al-Qaeda insurgents so close to McCain’s heart get the anti aircraft missiles from?
Lets get an in depth analysis on that question please.

Frankz on September 4, 2013 at 5:46 pm

McCain is running to beat Jimmuh Carter for the most clueless dunderhead award. He has to have some personal interest in this action, or he is absolutely tone deaf to his constituents.

The Saudis woudl, I’m sure, be happy to see us help change government in Syria. I’d wager they would gladly pay for it; they could just sit back and watch while Wahabi Muslims take over a neighbor. At that point, the US would be no more than mercenaries.

For my personal gripe column. Could we please stop using the term “fighter jet?” The correct term is “Jet Fighter.” The noun is fighter; the modifier is jet. Its counterpart is “conventional” or “piston engine” fighter. No one ever says “fighter piston engine.” I know it’s off topic, and I’ll probably catch grief, but I cringe every time I read it. Ok, I’m calm now.

Kent on September 4, 2013 at 5:49 pm

DS is the only one who tells it proper but there are so such things as “moderate” Moooooslims.

It is more “truthy” then when I at one time believed perhaps there were. Since I have known, it has never let me down.

THAT’s what you need to know. And what enemies of the Jihad need to get in their heads. 12 years after September 11, 2001.

Skunky on September 4, 2013 at 6:17 pm

they’re moderates and he knows them

Frankz on September 4, 2013 at 6:27 pm

“Would you have a problem with an American person saying ‘Thank God? Thank God?’” McCain said. “That’s what they’re saying. Come on! Of course they’re Muslims, but they’re moderates and I guarantee you they are moderates.”

It’s too bad that I can’t make a bet on McCain’s “guarantees.” I could do a lot of good things with that extra money.

McCain would obviously have no problem with the Syrian rebels yelling the Arabic equivalent of “one people, one empire, one leader” either. Never mind that this was once a popular Nazi slogan. McCain is a disgrace.

I’m also surprised, but not astonished, that AIPAC is backing the proposed strike against Assad’s government. How does Israel benefit from a strike against Assad’s government? The only clear winners from such a strike are the Muslim Brotherhood and their ilk, the Saudis, and all others who want higher oil prices and an escalation in terrrorism.

And, while it’s difficult to find politicians taking a principled stand on this issue, so far, Senator Ted Cruz seems on target to me when warned that the United States should not become “Al Qaeda’s air force.”

Also, not surprisingly, some of the more seasoned Middle East policy experts today, such as John Bolton, have reached a similar conclusion. “I think if I were a member of Congress, I would vote against an authorization to use force here. I don’t think it is in America’s interest. I don’t think we should in effect take sides in the Syrian conflict,” Bolton said on “Fox and Friends.”

Bolton, who said he “would not have referred the matter to Congress,” added there isn’t enough to convince him that a strike would made an impact in the region.

“There’s very little to recommend either side to me, and I think the notion that a limited strike, which is what the president seems to be pursuing, will not create a deterrent effect with respect to either to Syria’s use of chemical weapons or, more seriously, Iran’s nuclear weapons program. So all in all, since I don’t see any utility to, to the use of military force in Syria in this context, I would vote no.”

Ralph Adamo on September 4, 2013 at 7:06 pm

    Come on Ralph don’t they remind you of the stereotypical Christian who yells “Thanks God” every time he blows up a plane or building or launches a successful suicide bombing.
    No? Me either.

    “Today, we face incredibly well-funded gangs of fundamentalist Christian monsters who terrorize their fellow Americans by forcing their weaponized and twisted version of Christianity upon their helpless subordinates in our nation’s armed forces.”

    says Mikey Weinstein Pentagon consultant helping to develop new policies on religious tolerance, including a policy for court-martialing military chaplains who share the Christian Gospel during spiritual counseling of American troops.

    That’s part of the reason I despise McCain. Willingly or unwillingly he plays a minor key alongside this chorus line. Can’t believe I used to defend him.

    As if anybody is completely sure who to trust in that firestorm except the prince of Chamberlain style doofuses John McCain.
    He’s got the situation totally in hand.
    From this nettle, danger, we pluck this flower, stupidity.

    “Ah nah, nah”, they’re the good guys. Trust me I’m a Doofus.

    As far as I’m concerned he just outed himself.

    Frankz on September 5, 2013 at 3:15 pm

Senator John McCain is willfully ignorant about many things. When his ignorance about the true conditions in Libya, Syria, and Egypt is challenged, he goes into anger mode. Senator McCain is also showing his age in that he often seems confused.

As for Michelle Malkin, she has little going for her. Her appearances on Sean Hannity’s program are irritating and uninformative. Michelle Malkin’s performance consists of snarling and screeching, and little else.

Worry01 on September 4, 2013 at 7:09 pm

Jewish New Year’s blessings to all.

I actually gave money to this man John McCain in 2008. (facepalm.) Matt Drudge recently asked why anyone would vote Republican, if the party intends to simply be Obama lite.

When I moved from Texas to New York just recently, I dropped being Republican for the first time in my life and decided to become an independent (not-party-affiliated) voter.

Barry Popik on September 4, 2013 at 8:06 pm

Looking at the above photo of Michelle Malkin, I think of another potential sequel to “Nightmare on Elm Street.” She’s soooo cute when she’s mad.

Seek on September 4, 2013 at 8:11 pm

Here are those freedom fighters in action:

Worry01 on September 4, 2013 at 8:17 pm

I almost joined Twitter today for the sole purpose of sending McCain a tweet to tell him what piece of shit he is, for this and for playing Poker while deciding whether people live or die. He’s part and parcel of that nursing home we call the “U.S. Congress”. That he remains a senator is to Arizona’s shame. But as a heterosexual male, I just couldn’t bring myself to do something called “tweet.”

In 2008, the American people decided the worst president of all time was still a better choice than John McCain. It was time then, and it is still time now, to pack it in, Johnny-boy.

Matt on September 4, 2013 at 8:25 pm

This is all just to push Assad out of power and reinstall the Muslim Brotherhood so the pres. can start sending over more of our weapons for when they attack Israel

MANGOG on September 4, 2013 at 8:54 pm

I once met man who claimed he was a Navy flight instructor at Pensacola when McCain was a trainee there. McCain would introduce himself in this fashion, “I’m John McCain, Admiral McCain’s son”. I guess he expected people to Kowtow to that introduction. The same individual told me McCain was not a good pilot. In his words it was the reason he was shot down on his 25th mission. I sometimes wonder what the North Vietnamese/Russian/Chinese interrogators did to him when he was a POW. He needs to retire. I see to many individuals who are way past their prime hanging on because they cannot let go of the Limelight.

Peter on September 4, 2013 at 9:09 pm

Oh what a heart-throb some dusky Arab desert rat teen is. Are you freakin’ kidding me?

Man from OZ on September 4, 2013 at 10:19 pm

They and their religion come from the desert and need to stay there. I find NOTHING appealing about them. Their magic carpet religion, snake charmer music, and that primitive cave-man script they call writing, makes me sick. Also their freaky names are ALIEN to the West!

Man from OZ on September 4, 2013 at 10:25 pm

Oh, one last thing, McCain needs to keep his water-boarded butt out of the mushroom patch or quit licking frogs or whatever he is doing that is making him halucinate.

Man from OZ on September 4, 2013 at 10:33 pm

The correct place to strike is in Iran—taking out their nuclear plants by whatever means necessary. But Syria? Why? Assad is a verminous scumbag, true, but the rebels will be worse. We don’t have a dog, er pig, er, whatever, in this fight.

Occam's Tool on September 5, 2013 at 1:55 am

Looks like Brian Kilmeade’s days in FNC are numbered. Anybody want to organize a pool on how long it will be before the bin Talals demand his scalp, and Murdoch bends over & hands it to them?

For Jihad McCain, this is hardly new – he’s been supporting Jihadis since Kosovo, where he was at the forefront of demanding that the Kosovo state be recognized. It’s not won America any new Muslim friends – in fact, a good number of Muslim countries do not recognize Kosovo. For no reason, McCain & his comrades made enemies out of the Serbs, one of the few people in Europe that were rarely America’s enemies. But then, since when has America’s interests been the basis of foreign policy in the State Department?

I’m glad that Russia & China, for all their faults, are keeping the West from doing anything in Syria. It’s their backing, and Iran’s, that has kept the Assad regime intact, at least in Damascus. At the same time, I’m glad that the Saudis, Turks & others are backing the rebels, so that Assad & Hizbullah are too busy fighting them, and can’t focus jihadi activities against Israel.

As for chemical weapons, nothing new – Muslims will always use the deadliest weapons they can get their hands on. Since they consider all infidels – including Muslim of sects other than their own – as vermin, it’s not surprising that they should use this. This is not a defense of them, but what do you do when you see roaches or other insects in your kitchen or elsewhere? You pull out the Raid! Similarly, since Muslims consider Infidels as roaches and other things, they logically take it to the next step, and pull out the Sarin, Anthrax & whatever else they can get their hands on.

Infidel on September 5, 2013 at 3:23 am

Occam, there is actually little to choose b/w the 2. On one side, Hizbullah, the Baathists, Iran’s Basij & Iraq’s Mahdi Army. On the other, Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, al Qaeda, et al. Debbie is right – let allah sort them out!

Infidel on September 5, 2013 at 3:26 am

    The main problem was that the issue was being sorted out and the rebels were getting weaker by the second and our “allies” over there essentially are the rebels (saudis, Turks, etc..) and they need America and maybe even Israel to help them fight. The ideal scenario for McCain’s “moderates” is for the US to attack Syria then have Assad retaliate by attacking Israel so that the Israelis are dragged into this mess, and then once the dust settles and the smoke clears and the rebels gain power, they can focus their efforts on fighting Israel.

    Clayton on September 5, 2013 at 1:15 pm

Btw dumbass just because u don’t hear of “Americans” beheading and praying before doing so everyday I wonder if they thank God or praise GOd before killing their children or leaving them in cars till they heat up and die or for raping kids??? Hmm but oh ya I forgot. Those kind of people are “mentally challenged” right? What a joke

Lebanese and proud on September 5, 2013 at 10:04 am

John McCain must have fallen on his head about fourteen years ago. I was a big fan of his before that. I have already contacted the offices of John Boehner and Chuck Schumer voicing my opposition of any strike into Syria and any arms being shipped to the Syrian rebels. Last year, the rebels overran some of Assad’s districts which harbored chemical weapons, so there is a possibility that the Assad regime is not the only entity with access to chemical weapons. Last August, President Obama drew a “Red Line” in the sand in a warning against Assad. Yesterday, Obama blamed everyone else (American, the Congress, the International Community) except himself for the utterance. The most corrupt and biggest liar in the history of the American Presidency is again talking out of both sides of his mouth.

NormCBS on September 5, 2013 at 11:28 am

Did anyone else notice John McCain’s constant blinking and closing his eyes when speaking? I believe that is a definite body language sign of deception.

CJ on September 5, 2013 at 12:40 pm

Debbie I heard about this exchange with John McCrash and that idiot Brian Dillweed on the morning talk radio show I listen to on the way to work. I was like WTH then I realized who the Dillweed was talking to. John McCain for whatever reason(dementia, stupidity, hubris, whatever) has been an embarrassment in the US Senate for a long time. It is truly amazing that the good people of Arizonia fall for this guy’s pretending to be a conservative to get elected. Only then when he gets 6 more years does he revert back to his RINO ways. This dangerously unstable man questionable knowledge about the Middle East but continues to make an ass of himself with dumb statements to Fox News hosts and first supporting the O’Clown and then not supporting the Syrian “resolution”, to calling Senator Cruz a whacko bird, etc. McCrash and Odummy are just two of the reasons the dirtbag Muslim retards think the US is a joke. They sit in their caves and watch tv saying with leaders like these that’s why we’re winning ( at least the PR war).

It’s funny too Debbie that you bring up Michelle Malkin. I really didn’t know that you two had a history that was creepy and weird on her part. Not until you wrote about it awhile ago. I’ve seen her on Vannity’s show debating with the equally weird Tamera Holder. I say to myself if Malkin gets her butt handed to her in every argument by a doofuss like Holder then she really would struggle with someone like Debbie. I’ve not seen her do that recently maybe because it was making her look like a dunceHer One Direction crush is just flakey to seeing that she is a grown women and in the public eye.

As for McCain he needs to retire from the senate ASAP. That way he can go and spend his wife’s beer money. It’s pathetic that we have a leftwing bird brain for a president but I THANK GOD McCrazy wasn’t elected.

Ken b on September 5, 2013 at 2:30 pm

Ken, I too am glad that McCain was never elected. If you’re gonna get a Liberal anyway, why not simply support the real deal Obama, as opposed to a fraud like McCain? Or vote for one of the third parties that most matches your ideals.

Infidel on September 6, 2013 at 6:13 am

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