Wednesday, November 11, 2009

You Knew This Was Coming

When a fundie Christian extremist goes off the deep end and kills someone like when Eric Rudolph bombed Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta in 1996, Christians are quick to give assurances to the world that the act was not condoned by the mainstream in their faith. So when a lone Muslim fundie goes off the deep end you would expect these same folks to realize that the extremes of any religion including Muslim's do not necessarily represent the faith as a whole.

Yes I know, what was I thinking.
It it is time, I suggest, to stop the practice of allowing Muslims to serve in the U.S. military. The reason is simple: the more devout a Muslim is, the more of a threat he is to national security. Devout Muslims, who accept the teachings of the Prophet as divinely inspired, believe it is their duty to kill infidels. Yesterday's massacre is living proof. And yesterday's incident is not the first fragging incident involving a Muslim taking out his fellow U.S. soldiers.

Of course, most U.S. Muslims don't shoot up their fellow soldiers. Fine. As soon as Muslims give us a foolproof way to identify their jihadis from their moderates, we'll go back to allowing them to serve. You tell us who the ones are that we have to worry about, prove you're right, and Muslims can once again serve. Until that day comes, we simply cannot afford the risk. You invent a jihadi-detector that works every time it's used, and we'll welcome you back with open arms.

This is not Islamophobia, it is Islamo-realism.
Someone needs to start working on that "jihadi-detector" right away and once that is done they can concentrate on fashioning an effective "Gaydar" as well so that those mean old gays can be kept out of the military ensuring a completely American Family Association approved fighting force.

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