I Am By No Means a Pam Geller Fan, BUT

BRAVO to her for the salvo she’s fired at the CHICKEN SHIT, anti-Catholic New York Times. I thought I’d post this Fox report from today just to keep the issue out there.

And really people ~ QUIT ISLAM.

Quit coddling it, quit bowing to it, quit indulging its murderous tantrums and its misogynist hate filled little book.


It’s the only way to be sure.

9 Responses to “I Am By No Means a Pam Geller Fan, BUT”

  1. JeffS says:

    Throw away the slave collar, folks. Dhimmification is not the way to go.

  2. Skyler says:

    You know, it doesn’t matter the merits of this story. The only important thing is I got to see my heart throb, Megyn Kelly. You can go swimming in those eyes!

  3. Skyler says:

    As for the merits of the story, the New York Times is showing again that it is anti-American.

    I’m an atheist. I tend towards agreeing with the message of the first ad, but there isn’t much point in taking out an ad like that. All it does it piss people off. The more you harass and intimidate religion, the stronger and more irrational become its adherents. Besides, my brother is a priest and I want to be able to go home to Thanksgiving without too much acrimony. The best thing atheists should do is simply ignore religion. If they want to have a war of public opinion about religion, the militant atheists will lose every time and the religions will become less and less tolerant of those who don’t agree with them. Ignoring them works much better.

    But this is not the case with Islam. It is already violently intolerant and should be openly mocked, ridiculed and its barbaric adherents in its most intolerant versions should be killed. The Times has gotten the equation backwards.

  4. JeffS says:

    Ignoring them works much better.

    I agree. This is a better policy, for atheists and believers, all around. Don’t worry about the beliefs of people, worry about their deeds. That’s a far better measure.

    And by that standard, Islam is not a religion, at least not in it’s current form. Maybe it was, for a brief time, back in the 7th century. Say, a few hours or so. No more.

    No, Islam is merely an excuse for mayhem, murder, and conquest, by barbarians, with the facade of religion to give it that sense of inevitability.

  5. major dad says:

    Don’t forget the little boys Jeff…

  6. Yojimbo says:

    And the animals.

  7. Kate P says:

    Very interesting how much the NYT wants to prove it’s not just a sellout, it’s supremely prejudiced to boot.

  8. Skyler says:

    To be fair, not all of Islam is so barbaric.

    I was impressed with the Azerbaijani soldiers that served with me in Iraq. They denounced extremist Islam by word and deed and I have great respect for them.

  9. Greg Newson says:

    The NY times employees are afraid of getting their head blown-off.But,we must also realize Geller is a Jewish name, so the story is tainted, sorry,but true.

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