July 10, 2016

How to tell radical Muslims from radical Republicans



Sam Smith, 2011 - Radical Muslims used bombs, planes and small arms to kill and injure Americans; radical Republicans use the budget process.

Radical Muslims oppose Christianity; radical Republicans give it a bad reputation.

Radical Muslims practice Sharia law; radical Republicans don’t care about laws.

Radical Muslims would like to overthrow Western democracy; radical Republicans show them how.

Radical Muslims caused death and injury to 9/11 responders; radical Republicans refused to provide them with medical care.

Radical Muslims ignore climate change; radical Republicans believe it doesn’t exist.

The radical Muslim critique of America tends to be generic; the radical Republican critique of America targets specific groups such as blacks, gays, homeless, immigrants, public workers, etc. until there's nothing much left but radical Republicans.

Radical Muslims want Americans out of the Mid East; radical Republicans want Americans out of Medicare, Social Security, food stamps, public schools etc.

Radical Muslims blow up our military tanks, trucks and troops but only after radical Republicans (and Democrats) put them where they can.

Bin Ladin is dead and gone; Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann are alive and still at large

2 comments:

greg gerritt said...

I have been taliking abotu this for quite awhile. Radical islamm and radical fundametalist Christianity are two sides of the same coin. both based on partiarchy and living in the past. the war between the two sides benefits both of them by keeping everyone one else on the defensive since there is blood being spilled.

The philosophy of radical christian minstries fits right in with those of radical islamists. Oppress wiomen, demolish democracy, no respect for diversity, no tolerance, and keep the violence going. The world would be better off without any of them.

Dean Rao said...

“Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.”

― George W. Bush