I support the Pope

Posted by on September 15, 2006

Goodness. The Pope seems to have stirred up the Islamic world something terrible by simply quoting something that someone else said a long long time ago. It’s Fatwa time for ole Benny Ratz. Well, this irreverant Protestant stands with the Pope on this thing and those who would wish death on a man for simply stating an opinion can kiss my Christian @$$. I’ve had it…again.

I’ve heard several talking heads say it. Some of them I actually respect. We are in a war of Civilizations. This war may be fought with words and ideas if the barbarians would lay down their bombs but they won’t. So…we meet their bombs with firepower…hopefully.

Unfortunately, the combination of the US Congress and an all too willing NY Crimes means that we will NEVER be able to truely fight this war as it must be waged. Just like 1939, we will wait until the barbarians commit the ultimate act before we respond as we must to win. Hitler moved on Poland. The barbarians led by Iran will drop a nuke somewhere, probably Tel Aviv, and then it’s on. Until then, we will as Singlemind puts it, make War like it’s a sporting event.

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3 Responses to “I support the Pope”

  1. Tel-Chai Nation Says:

    The Islamofascists threaten both Pope Benedict and…

    Two more cases of jihadists threatening free speech and countries have come up this week. First, there is the Islamic world’s violent (surprise surprise) reaction to Pope Benedict’s very courageous criticism of Islam. There’s more about the case her…

  2. SingleMind Says:

    Muslims need to grow up and become part of the civilized world.

    When Christians are ridiculed–and this goes on in every Arab newspaper–Christians typically shrug their shoulders and move on with life. When they are insulted at home, you’ll see some protests, maybe a few letters to the editor, some venting in the blogosphere. But life goes on.

    Muslims, on the other hand, start riots, kill each other, bomb churches, shoot nuns, threaten Christian leaders (e.g. the Pope), threaten secular authors (e.g. Salman Rushdie).

    Muslims insist that Islam is a “religion of peace”. The burden of proof is on them to prove it.

  3. Confessions of a Pilgrim » On Mandates Says:

    […] Fight to win? Yes. Take Mr. Al-Sadr for example. Ring his little ghetto with armor, leaflet the place letting them know we are coming in and to surrender immediately or die with a 12 hour time period, and then go in guns blazing. Fight. To. Win. I’ve lamented the fact that we are making war as if it were a sporting event before. I would wager that the American Electorate would rally to an all out assault on the barbarians in Iraq. There will be some to claim atrocities here and there…sometimes they may well be right. We have proven time and again that those involved in atrocities will be punished and we do so openly. Our version of “punishment” may not meet with the standards of Hammurabi and therefore will be disregarded by some of the people in Iraq as too light, but it’s what we do…the whole “cruel and unusual punishment” thing isn’t something Americans do. […]

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