|pineapplejuicer - 2010-09-16 |
ooooooooooooooohhh shhhheeeeeeeeeeeit scrotum h vainglorious went there! im gonna go make some popcorn for the troll fight, hopefully cena will enlighten us all as to why none of this matters/counts/is relevant.
Bush is just trying to appease the pussy liberals with this speech. Sure he speaks of peace with the Muslim world, but we all know in his mind he's thinking, "BANG, ZOOM, POW, KABOOM!!!"
Actions speak louder than words and two wars against Islamic nations thunder over this little speech.
Cena you are SO FULL of shit.
There is much truth to be gleaned here: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/08/23/americas_first_mu slim_president?page=full
Here's a choice piece...
"As early as 1999, he hosted a series of meetings between Muslim and Republican leaders, and paid a visit himself to an Islamic center in Michigan -- the first and only major presidential candidate to do so. The 2000 Republican convention in Philadelphia was the first in either national party's history to include a Muslim prayer. On the campaign trail, Bush celebrated the faith of Americans who regularly attended a "church, synagogue, or mosque." After Muslim community leaders told him of their civil liberties concerns over a piece of 1996 immigration enforcement legislation signed into law by Clinton, Bush criticized it himself in one of his presidential debates against Vice President Al Gore."
that's right, i forgot, it doesn't count if it doesn't fit into your increasingly narrow world view. thanks pal!
Ken Rovin: All that happened before 9-11. You know everything changed after 9-11.
Didn't read the article did you? Sad really.
Since Cena is lazy... ""Ours is a war not against a religion, not against the Muslim faith.... [O]urs is a war against individuals who absolutely hate what America stands for." He met with Muslim American leaders on numerous occasions, becoming the only sitting president to visit an American mosque, and appointed Muslim Americans to several prominent government posts. Nor was Bush the only Republican politician to distinguish the United States' war against Islamist extremism abroad from the religion itself. House Speaker Denny Hastert, former Republican National Committee Chairman Jim Nicholson, and National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Davis joined Bush in writing letters urging the U.S. Postal Service to issue a postage stamp honoring Eid, the Muslim holiday, in 2001."
Baleen: I don't hate our troops. I myself have signed a contract, taken the oath, and am on the delayed entry program. I go to bootcamp in about 6 weeks.
Ken Rovind: Sorry for not reading the article I was lazy. Perhaps Bush is right. We should be building bridges instead of tearing them down. Its just that since the mosque story has come to the forefront I'd been getting pissed a Muslims.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Awesome news, Cum Mark. Mind sharing your real name with us so that we can send you care packages?
By 'mosque' you mean Islamic Community Center two blocks from Ground Zero, right? Is that the one we're talking about?
|Dicknuts - 2010-09-16 |
No, uh shit. You see, Obama is black, or half black, and a Muslim or some shit. Bush is a real American. And, uh, it was a teleprompter or, uh, Pocket sand!
|glendower - 2010-09-16 |
|spikestoyiu - 2010-09-16 |
|BorrowedSolution - 2010-09-16 |
Hey, that was really nice. Good job, G-0ub.
|chumbucket - 2010-09-16 |
doing this one in his lean on podium, look like he could pop open a PBR and swig it back between paragraphs way of speaking
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