Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Wingnut Scum Blames America for Violence in Iran

Atlas Shrugs: IRAN: DAY 12 OF THE REVOLUTION - How could Obama do nothing? "Blood everywhere" "militia with axe chopping ppl like meat" "militia beating one woman with baton on ground - she had no defense nothing - sure that she is dead"

Pamela Gellar (and all your mindless, neocon cohorts who can't help but turn a tyrannical Iranian crackdown on their own people into a nakedly partisan referendum on a US administration for whom you did not vote),

Fuck you.


Sane America


"What is objectionable, what is dangerous about extremists is not that they are extreme but that they are intolerant. The evil is not what they say about their cause, but what they say about their opponents." - Robert F. Kennedy


Shaw Kenawe said...

I've read this sort of criticism all all the internet.

I even read one person's claim that Mr. Obama has "no right" to represent America on the world stage, or some such nonsense.

But the truth of the matter is that people who understand the situation in Iran and in the Middle East agree completely with Mr. Obama's handling of the situation.

All the rest is plain political posturing--and meaningless partisan dreck.

Mr. Obama is in charge of America's foreign policy, and not the hysterical extremists.

That is something to be thankful for.

Dave Miller said...

I might have used different language, but the sentiment is the same.

repsac3 said...

I know, Dave...

I generally do use different language myself...

But at that moment, nothing else would come.

And I had to post something.

I actually worked on it for awhile...
The original version just said "Fuck Pam Gellar" in the header, and had no text--but then I realized that no one but me would have the slightest clue what I was talkin' about...
Even then, it was tempted--I figured I couldn't be the only person she pissed of recently, and it could be a kind of a "bring your own offense" rorschach post where everyone would see what they wanted to see, and go off feeling a slight bit vindicated.

But in the end, I went with this...

If I'd taken another 5-10 minutes to cool down, I might've been more tactful and family friendly... Fortunately or unfortunately, I didn't.

Such is life.

(Of course this explains why *I'm* not President, either. Both me & old man McCain (& a bunch of his cohorts, obviously) have tempers that make us unsuited for the careful diplomacy America needs.)