It just occurred to me: If “You didn’t build that” applies to the owners of businesses and professions, what applies to authors of books?
How about “You didn’t write that.”
Is this true of Obama and his books?
Does “You did write that” apply to Bill Ayers and Obama’s first book?
Regarding “Military chaplains: Bigotry rampant vs. Christians” – you are a coward, a large yellow streak running down your back. I know you are familiar with the term as it has been said to you so many times. May your god have mercy on you.
Joseph Farah is exactly on target with this ["U.S. out of the Mideast now!"]. It is strong, simple, common-sense, pro-American and constitutional. The Romney/Ryan campaign should announce this as their foreign policy position, as they condemn Hussein Obama for his disastrous pro-Islam treason.
You are stooping pretty low to even discuss a dead man’s sexuality before he’s even buried ["Did Obama send a 'gay' ambassador to Libya?"].
Isn’t it ironic? The more we try to help Muslims in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt, Nigeria, Kenya, Somalia and all the other Muslim nations in which we pour out our lives and treasure, the more they hate us.
When will people wake up to the fact that this is their religion? It’s all there in black and white, spelled out in the Quran, to hate, fight and kill Christians, Jews and all disbelievers of Islam till victory is achieved.
This murderous cult has been going on since the time of King Arthur and the Crusades. Muslims were fighting to take control of Israel then, and they’re doing the same thing now. The ... continue reading »
I agree with you, Mr. Farah. The U.S. should get out of the Middle East. Ron Paul agrees, too. He has said all along the Middle East is a hornet’s nest best avoided. Instead, Bush-Obama chose to militarily invade and occupy the hornet’s nest with predictably disastrous results. U.S. policy would be theater of the absurd if it weren’t so bloody. In that drama, flat-headed multiculturalists – those endlessly dangerous and meddlesome Pollyannas – call the shots.
“East is East and West is West and never the twain shall meet,” wrote Rudyard Kipling. The ... continue reading »