Here We Go

In one of Hal’s election posts last week I mentioned that wrt SCOTUS judges and what ideology was more antagonistic to our civil liberties, for my money it was the libs (from now on I’m going to stop using the word “progressive”, it gives them more credit then they deserve, and go to calling a spade a spade). Free speech is only free (and protected) as long as they approve the script ahead of time. And as far as the Second Amendment, Oy vey! But this new Muhammad film as done the world a service, it has brought out all the free speech fascists, exposing their hypocrisy as a defender of any civil liberties at all.

Yeah, they are talking about this guy. I would say that the general consensus is that Jones is a douchenozzle of the first degree. Now that we got that out of the way, what bizzaro world do we live in where anyone cares what some back woods pastor thinks anyway? He “promoted” the film, ohhhhhhhhhhhh, that sure does sound sinister. He has no hand in the script, the making of the film, the production, or even the distribution, but he showed it in his church, so now the MSNBC liberals want the jackboots to kick in his door and go get him, pathetic.

Think they are fringe within their community” Wrong

Anthea Butler is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. The title of her most recent book, The Gospel According to Sarah: How Sarah Palin’s Tea Party Angels Are Galvanizing the Religious Right, gives you a pretty good idea of where she stands politically.

This morning, she strongly implied that Sam Bacile is responsible for yesterday’s embassy attacks and, as a result, should be tossed into jail.

All over some low rent production of a crapolla movie that even the Onion or SNL would not take credit for, here is a small trailer:

Ah yes, the power of the vagina, capable of an instantaneous religious epiphany, hallelujah!!

I wonder if those guys who make the Girls Gone Wild videos, if they had a ME edition, would it have caused this much constipation within the Muslim community?

But since there is nothing worse then a pissed off Muslim (and anything outside of their 12th century lifestyle, gets them all rankled) what is the rest of the world to do? One thing not to do is legitimize their indignancy by apologizing for the cause of “hurt feelings”, get a grip.

Aside from the usual pep talk that everyday we need to watch those bastards in power, keeping their feet to the fire while reintroducing them to their duties of upholding the Constitution and guarding our civil liberties, the other thing that is needed is to constantly show the Muslim community what asshats they are when they can’t handle a little bit of criticism and ridicule. They are the enemies of free expression, we are the advocates for free expression, the savages need to be brought to the adult table, which they will do kicking and screaming, but it needs to be done. We need to do more along the line of “Draw Muhammad Day”, we need to bring them to the 21st century by condemning their barbarity, laughing at their infantile temper tantrums, and reminding them in order to go along you must get along. I know it’s hard to compete with 72 virgins waiting for you, and here is where we need those silent majority types to stop being so silent. They are perverting your religion, do something about it.

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  1. CM

    This whole thing is like a BBC David Attenborough documentary series: It’s mating season of a species known as Fucking Morons. The mating call of making a video, the response of taking the video and using it as propaganda on tv, the dance and violent demonstration of power. And now the moronic response of people trying curb free speech are trying to ensure they’re not left out of the equation.
    All it takes is one sub-species of Fucking Morons to bring all the Fucking Morons on the planet out into the spotlight.

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  2. Kimpost

    I read Anthea Butler’s response, and it was just weird. She headlines it “Why ‘Sam Bacile’ deserves arrest”, yet she actually never gets there. I suspect that she regrets her tweet, but is too stubborn to just admit it…

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  3. thelastdakrat

    It’s shit like this that makes me wish the COTUS had a provision that strips the right to vote from anyone that advocates the curtailment of liberty. Such as these have no business deciding the course of a free society.

    And those are my feelings after I calmed down about this and became rational. My first instinct is that these assholes should be stripped of their citizenship and dumped in Iran. That way they need never worry their little heads about all this freedom nonsense that terrifies them so.

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  4. richtaylor365 *

    Another one, they just can’t help themselves:

    But shouldn’t people who knowingly incite violence against the United States – as a crude, thinly-veiled publicity stunt – also be held accountable?

    Bacile knew that his ridiculous movie would spark massive protests against the United States across the Muslim world.

    Yes, the movie was controversial and the maker is an idiot, but we don’t censor or jail idiots, sorry.

    Our military has also decided to pledge to the fraternity of stupid.

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  5. Mississippi Yankee

    Our military has also decided to pledge to the fraternity of stupid.

    rich
    I’d like to see some confirmation that this is a factual story and not an internet myth. Not that I have much respect for General Dempsey to begin with.

    This story comes with too many bells and warnings.

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  6. richtaylor365 *

    Isn’t everything we read on the internet factual?

    If you Google General Martin Dempsey Terry Jones, you will get several sources, all saying the same thing. The link appears accurate.

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  7. balthazar

    I don’t have a problem with people asking people to be a little bit more responsible with their speech. Why would that be a problem?

    Really?

    Why the fuck are you even writing here if you need to ask this question?

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  8. Iconoclast

    If it’s a high-ranking government official “asking” a citizen to “voluntarily” curtail his First Amendment rights, it’s problematic to a difficult-to-properly-express extreme, no matter how “polite” the “request”. Government officials ostensibly work for us, and not we them.

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  9. CM

    If it’s a high-ranking government official “asking” a citizen to “voluntarily” curtail his First Amendment rights, it’s problematic to a difficult-to-properly-express extreme, no matter how “polite” the “request”. Government officials ostensibly work for us, and not we them.

    Fair enough. The point is probably moot anyway. These people are doing this in the hope that shit will kick off, that’s their entire MO. That’s why they paid for it to be translated into Arabic after it went nowhere for months. They’re not going to even remotely listen to anyone who doesn’t share their worldview. A call from someone on-high would just prove it’s all going to plan.

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  10. Mississippi Yankee

    A call from someone on-high would just prove it’s all going to plan.

    If you mean al-Qaeda you’ve made a hole in one.
    Elsewhere I made a comment about who they would like to see victorious Nov. 6th.

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