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Branco Cartoon – Radical Vocabulist

Branco Cartoon – Radical Vocabulist

He also has a phone

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Doug Wright Old Grouchy | February 18, 2015 at 3:27 pm

Great cartoon. I’m laughing so hard it hurts, primarily because you told the truth.

Good one, Mr. Branco.

Apparently Obama’s description of the Ft. Hood murders as “workplace violence” was just his warm-up act.

legacyrepublican | February 18, 2015 at 4:17 pm

No doubt he uses “white out” too.

Sammy Finkelman | February 18, 2015 at 4:43 pm

You know how bad this is?

http://israelisoldiersmother.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-spin-of-evil.html

What he said is an attempt to deny the most important aspect of why four Jews died that tragic Friday in Paris…it wasn’t because they happened to be shopping in a kosher supermarket. They didn’t “happen” to be there. They planned their day to include this important stop in preparation for the Sabbath that was coming. One of the men knocked on the door of the supermarket, desperate to buy challah, the sweet bread we eat each Shabbat. One of the women inside was sent by the terrorist to tell the man to go away but the man insisted that he needed to shop for the Sabbath and when he entered, he was murdered in cold blood. No random victim – a Jewish man shopping in a Jewish store hours before the Jewish Sabbath was to arrive.

I think the problem is caused by the fact that the State Department is conducting a propaganda campaign trying to stop people from joining ISIS.

Now those people are anti-semitic. So saying, ISIS is bad because they kill Jews, wouldn’t do any good, and in fact might be counter-productive.

And saying they are bad because they kill Christians wouldn’t do any good – the people they are trying to reach don’t approve of Chrostianity and might consider them sinners, and it would make the whole campaign against ISIL sound like areligious war.

Calling them Islamic, also is no good to the Administration, because to them it sounds like it is accepting their claims to be the true Islam.

So rather than say that, they call them extremists and speak about how bad killing innocent human beings is.

I know it’s stupid.

Apparently the Obama memo didn’t translate into either Danish or Arabic.

Hajj Saeed, Imam of the Al-Faruq Mosque in Copenhagen, Denmark, rejected interfaith dialogue in a Friday sermon delivered on February 13, one day before the Copenhagen terror attacks. Imam Saeed explained that the Prophet Muhammad waged war against his Jewish neighbors in Al-Madina rather than engage in dialogue with them.

Among other similar statements was this:

“Do we Muslims want the United Nations to create charity projects for us? The United Nations and its predecessor, the League of Nations, were established in order to fight Islam, to destroy the State of Islam, and to draw the Muslims away from their religion.
The notion of interfaith dialogue is nothing new. This is a malignant idea of which we must be aware, in order to avoid falling into the traps of Satan and his followers, who advocate such dialogue.”

Here’s a cartoon for you.

Obama keeps trumpeting that ISIS doesn’t represent Islam.

Shouldn’t someone from Islam be saying that? Because their silence on the subject is deafening. When exactly did the people of Islam choose Obama as their spokesman?

Was there such a shortage of Christians denouncing Westboro?

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