Friday, September 30, 2011

Religious Lunatic Anwar Awlaki Neutralized. Now What About Bachmann.

It has been confirmed that U.S. born and therefore traitorous Anwar Awlaki, the self-styled leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, has been killed in Yemen.  This miserable piece of human garbage, due to his religious extremism, has fomented numerous attacks, or attempted attacks, against the US, including recruiting the "underwear bomber", preaching to three of the 9/11 hijackers, and communicating with Nidal Hassan who went on a shooting spree at Fort Hood.  He is also believed to have been behind the failed "ink bomb plot" where explosives were placed in printer cartridges, in an attempt to blow up cargo planes and other unsuspecting targets.  Therefore there is no doubt that he deserved execution, being condignly blown to bits in an airstrike on his motorcade.  Furthermore, no paradise of virgins awaits the unglamorous chore of servicing this disgusting, hirsute, little troll.  He is simply dead, and with him the allure of his rag-tag organization.  It's only too bad that this doesn't happen to more religious extremists of the non-muslim variety, like we find in our country today, many of whom, such as Michele Bachmann, have advocated violence against their own countrymen to advance their own religious agendas.  Pat Robertson is yet another example of an individual who has "joked" that he wishes that a nuclear bomb would be detonated in a US government building, and who has spoken approvingly of assassinations.  Many individuals in the Tea Party, such as failed senatorial candidate Sharon Angle, who also suffer from religious lunacy, have advocated "Second Amendment Remedies" (i.e. shooting people who disagree with you) and slogans like "If ballots don't work, bullets will".  Such rhetoric from these right-wing, holier-than-thou types, such as Angle and Palin may have well be responsible for inspiring the attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.  When will the terrorist networks that live in some Christian megachurches and televangelist studios be dealt with in the same way is it is when it comes out of Mosques in Yemen?

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