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Forsmark Got It Right – And It’s Not Just Olbermann

November 6, 2009
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Meltdown is only the tip of the iceberg on media blindness toward Jihad.

I was all set  to write about Sean Hannity’s Great American Panel segment of November 4th, where he discussed abortion with Ralph Reed, Steve Murphy, and (strangely) Alison Rosen, an entertainment writer.

Then I heard about the extermination in Texas.

Stay with me for a second on the Hannity telecast though, because the machinations of the Left all tie together.

As you might expect, Murphy and Rosen had a hard time explaining why THEY PERSONALLY found the process of vacuuming a fetus out of a woman’s uterus abhorrent, but thought it was only right that they defend someone else’s wish to do the very same thing if this “other person” thought it was OK.

It was sort of like watching a novice philosophy student grunt through the prescribed list of exercises:

“Umm, let’s see…I really AM against shooting an old defenseless person in a wheelchair, but if someone ELSE wants to do it (maybe they have to take care of Granny and Gramps and it’s inconvenient) then it is only correct to LET them. Is this a factual statement?”

Uh huh.

Situational morality – easy outs, don’t offend anyone at any cost thinking – is why America is in such a jam on so many fronts.

And the slaughter at Fort Hood only reaffirms how dire the situation is.

This  “Don’t piss off the Muslims” psychosis that David Forsmark discusses in his Meltdown With Keith Olbermann Part 14 isn’t just confined to Olbermann or his pal Chris Matthews or any of the rest of the cowardly cable pundits who like to pin-stick easy targets (Rep. Michelle Bachmanns’s Republican Moms.) It’s EVERYWHERE, in most or not all of the accounts of the massacre I read today, and it is just one more sign of our almost total acquiescence to the The Religion Of Death.

(Thank you Glenn Beck.)

Don’t fret about the Huffy Post, who waited until paragraph TWELVE of their story to discuss the Fort Hood Jihadist’s religious practices – they are simply the paper-airplane version of MSNBC, and most reasonable people are aware of it.

How about a good ol’ Midwestern tried-and-true, the Saint Paul Pioneer Press? Yeah, it’s populist liberal, but it’s not New York or Los Angeles, right?

You had to read all the way to paragraph Nineteen before the very first mention of Islam, with it being stated prior that the “Motive remains unclear….”

Are you kidding me?

How about growing up, citizens of America!

Because  it’s going to happen again. And again. How we deal with it will directly affect our survival as a nation.

  1. Jack Hampton permalink
    November 6, 2009 1:23 pm

    The moral cowards at MSNBC and the above mentioned rags will not say or face the truth till the killers come for them and there family. Guess what they will not be able to defend there family either.

  2. In the Know permalink
    November 6, 2009 1:48 pm

    Not at all dissimilar to the ancient romans attitude towards the ‘goths. Remember what happened to them?

  3. David Forsmark permalink
    November 6, 2009 2:56 pm

    My favorite headline of the day!

  4. Klaus-Michael Ostergard permalink
    November 6, 2009 3:11 pm

    I did find it odd as to why an entertainment reporter was on a panel discussing abortion ( I have a feeling Rosen was a little perplexed why she was there as well.) However, I’ve always found Alison Rosen to be a lovely, charming and witty person when in the role of panelist on various shows, so I’m happy to see her in any context, no matter how “strange.” (Hannity must feel the same way – he keeps having her back)

  5. David Forsmark permalink
    November 6, 2009 4:06 pm

    Did you see the panel the day David Horowitz was on last time? “Great great great great great” described something other than his co-panelists’ IQs…

  6. Truthteller permalink
    November 6, 2009 7:22 pm

    And yet the Right believes in exercising maximum force wherever possible, and inflicting maximum damage, including waterboarding, “Long Time Standing” and the rest. Pitiful…

    • David Forsmark permalink
      November 6, 2009 7:40 pm

      “Wherever possible?” what planet are you from. When necessary, maybe. If it were wherever possible it would be a lot more than in two theaters.

      But yes, waterboarding is 5 minutes well spent, and I don’t really believe that people who aren’t appalled by Obama’s Predator attacks are that outraged by waterboarding.

      • Walt permalink
        November 6, 2009 10:13 pm

        I guess your friend just likes to get right down to extermination without the frills.

    • Walt permalink
      November 6, 2009 10:11 pm

      Yes, and you love your concentration camps and street thugs. Can we chat maturely here, or do you really have the mentality of someone from middle school?

    • Jack Hampton permalink
      November 7, 2009 5:21 am

      Claiming water boarding as torture is nuts. Try reading Col. Bud Days discription of the torture he endured. Ripping his scrotum open from beatings and ex POW’s that are almost blind from beatings. Hell we used to water board each other with beer at Ft. Benning. The fact is Islam wants us dead. But I will put forth this. Notice how the terrorist killers have not been attacking the prividledged members of Hollywood or the Professors that spout there line. The tide will not turn so much till the elite become the targets them self.


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