Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Ann Gives Thumbs-Down To Arabs Protecting Our Ports...

"The idea that the Democrats have any meaningful interest in America's national security is a joke, so I'm perfectly willing to believe there's more to this port story.

But Bush is going to need a better justification for turning over management of our ports to an Arab country than he's come up with so far — especially now that Jimmy Carter has said it's a good idea. Judging from his life's work to date, Carter's definition of a good idea is "an idea likely to hurt America and/or help its enemies."

Bush's defense of the port deal is to say that "those who are questioning it" need to "step up and explain why all of a sudden a Middle Eastern company is held to a different standard than a Great British company."

Shoot me but I disagree with Chairman Ann. It's the perfect time to say that we hold no one accountable for past attrocities simply because of the lattitude and longitude of their birth, and a contract is a contract and without bias. Yes, everyone at the WTC was killed by a moslem, and every serviceperson we've lost since then has been killed by a moslem, and every act of terrorism against us or our allies in the past 6 years has been committed by a moslem.

But I think that for the sake of the very principles that establish the backbone of America, we owe Islam one last chance at joining the modern dance most folks have been referring to as civilization. It speaks volumes about how open and wonderful our great country truly is, and teaches a lesson to those who would discriminate because of another persons religious beliefs. We hate MILITANT Islam, not all of Islam.

But if they fuck this up that'll be the last time I ever say a good word in their general direction. And with regards to the following, I wholeheartedly agree with Ann:

"Needless to say, the Treason Times won't show the cartoons that have incited mass rioting around the globe. At least The New York Times has a good excuse: It's too busy printing national security secrets that will get Americans killed. Its pages are already brimming with classified information about our techniques for spying on terrorists here in America — no room for newsworthy cartoons! The Pentagon Papers and a top-secret surveillance program are one thing; cartoons that irritate Muslims are quite another.

Two days after the Times editorial page justified its decision not to reprint the cartoons as "a reasonable choice for news organizations that usually refrain from gratuitous assaults on religious symbols, especially since the cartoons are so easy to describe in words," the Times ran a photo of the Virgin Mary covered in cutouts from pornographic magazines and cow dung — which I seem to have just described using a handful of common words! Gee, that was easy!"

The Times is a business. Run by scumdogs who care nothing about journalism. They won't offend the Arabs for fear of being denied access to Arabian news sources. They know full well that offending Christians will incite no violent retort nor lose them any business, so they do so with impunity.

No comments: