Sunday, September 24, 2006

Arizona 9/11 Memorial A Tribute to Leftist Rage

As the Left feels their unfettered power ooze away they are resorting to passive-aggressive actions intended to immortalize their philosophies. In Arizona a 9/11 memorial is inscribed with reverent statements like this:

Here’s a story in Arizona’s East Valley Tribune: Sept. 11 inscriptions spark outrage.

One inscription states, “You don’t win battles of terrorism with more battles.” Another: “Congress questions why CIA and FBI didn’t prevent attacks.” And another reads, “Erroneous US air strike kills 46 Uruzgan civilians,” referring to a wedding reportedly hit by mistake in Afghanistan.

Little Green Footballs has the whole story. He also notes that the memorial is in the shape of a Crescent--the symbol for Islam.

You know, for all those progressives, including Bill Clinton, who lionize that society I suggest this: convert and move. Ladies, throw on your burqas. Men, get out your prayer mat and start washing your hands. Just do it not here.

I'm tired of the moral equivalence. Try living in a Muslim country and enjoy your freedom of speech, freedom to assemble, freedom of the press, the right to bear arms. Go ahead. I dare you.

It's so much fun sitting on a college campus and waxing elephant about stupid conspiracy theories and the nobility of extremist Islam.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's so much fun sitting on a college campus and waxing elephant about stupid conspiracy theories and the nobility of extremist Islam.

Similar fun to sitting in the con suite at LosCon a couple years ago reading Harry Turtledove's novel In the Presence of Mine Enemies. The book was Germany-won-WW2 alternate-history SF, told from the POV of the last secret Jews in Berlin, about 70 years into the Thousand-Year Reich.

Next to me while I was reading was a very loud "political discussion", i.e. "BUSH IS HITLER! BUSH IS HITLER! BUSH IS HITLER!" and How AmeriKKKa is already a Nazi State delivered at high volume. While I'm reading a novel set in the very world-wide State that Hitler, Goebbels, und Himmler AG did their best to set up.

Very surreal.

Dr. Melissa said...

Those conversations are invariably surreal. In fact, I have found the last six years surreal.

Must we truly lose our lives, our liberty, our freedome, to truly understand what we still have?

If I didn't know better, I'd say half of te country is anesthetised. Oh wait, they are! That whole little Prozac thingy...