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“Nutjobs”. Got it. Evidently you're a shrink. Or perhaps you play one on tv. Oh wait – you've reviewed the psych evaluations of all those Muslim criminals! What an empty assertion to make, with absolutely nothing to back it up. You could just as reliably announce that Southern lynchings were perpetrated by whackjobs, and a virulent ideology never factored into their motives. Your citations of the IRA & PLO support my position, not yours. That we looked harder at Irish passports than say, Portuguese passports was never a case of 'Irish need not apply.'
The xenophobe allegation is an especially limp red herring. Xenophobes wouldn't look twice at “US military servicemen, Cubans, Yemeni, Yugoslavians, Chicks from Denver, A dude born in Cincinnati, and Germans.” Their ideology is the common red flag, and like it or not, where they come from is a component in that calculus.
If anything proves my point about the Syrians, it's your stunning refusal to acknowledge the common thread connecting those arrested. And now you and Preezy can't wait import another 85,000 from a part of the world where clear – and often vast – majorities believe that Sharia law is the way to go, and who have spent their lives even more proximate to a barbaric ideology; where behaviors we consider depraved are accepted as the norm.
John Allen Muhammed, Lee Boyd Malvo, Mohammed Ali Alayed, Dr. Osama Ahmed Ibrahim, Ismail Peltek, Michael Julius Ford, Naveed Afzal Haq, Mujtaba Rabbani Jabbar, Yaser Abdel, Chaudhry Rashid, Muzzammil Hassan, Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, Ali Muhammad Brown, Dr. Nidal Hasan, Faleh Hassan, Abdulsalam S. al-Zahrani, James A. Larry, Rahim A. Alfetlawi, Yusuf Ibrahim, Reshad Riddle, Daymond Agnew, James Cosby, Alton Nolen, Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez...
Google any or all of those names. In addition to perpetrating horrendous atrocities on American soil, they all share another common trait. Care to guess what it is? Hint: it's the same motivation that resulted in those 60+ arrests.
Or, as expressed by the lawyer in Nebraska representing the two Iraqi men on trial for child rape, American perspectives on women and children "put us in the minority position in the world."
We can't screen or vet the Syrians. You are evidently eager to roll those dice. Me, not so much.
Reports indicate the San Bernadino scumbags spent much of their online time at ISIS sites, and that they were in communication with at least one international terrorist. Not to mention visits to Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. What a lame cover up. It can’t be a coincidence that the attack came immediately following the outrageous failure to achieve consensus at the Paris global warming conference. And Preezy’s impassioned fairy tale about fish swimming in the streets of Miami. There can be no denying the catalyst: Global Warming. Bernie Sanders is right. Bernie is a Prophet! (Propeller Beanie Upon Him)
For all Mark Jacobson's childish spew about cowardice, here's a rundown of the 60+ ISIS vermin we've been obliged to arrest in our own cities in the last 18 months. The vast majority of whom are “refugees.” Keep in mind BHO's own FBI and State Department say it's impossible to vet the 85 thousand Syrians he wants to import.
I'm also curious as to why these refugees are not being invited into Arab jurisdictions in their own neighborhood: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, the UAE, etc. Are the officials and populations there encumbered by cowardice? If not, why?
Interesting to note that not even DiFi is buying Preezy's pap. Nor the lefties at MSNBC.
Curious how we never heard a peep from Trump when Governor Brewer was the lone voice in the wilderness; the only leader in America taking a stand against Obama's open borders.
Trump doesn't speak from conviction. He's a blowhard who will say anything as long as it gets him some ink. Since we don't really know what his convictions are, we have no idea what he'd do if the fit hits the shan. He's the ultimate 'wet finger in the air' windbag who needs to stick to his rich boy celebrity routine and leave the heavy lifting to the grownups.
You're absolutely right, since you lack the intellectual firepower to acknowledge, let alone defend your own childish straw men.
You wrote: "How about let the people who live here have a say in it."
Who it not being allowed a say in it, and who is denying them a say in it? What have I missed?
Who is being denied "a say in it", Mark? It sounds like you're irritated that Dennis would presume to share his opinion here. Do you believe that those with different perspectives should be censored?
So the eco nannies exercising their 1st Amendment privilege=injustice. Thanks for clearing that up. And if the end result runs counter to the stated objective, you can celebrate the severed nose for spiting the face so beautifully. Because it makes one feel good, and that's the most important consideration.
“There’s no such thing as bad publicity.”
~ Old media axiom
I’ve always regarded boycotts as little more than an excuse for demagogues to mount their soapboxes and throw a tantrum. I remember lefty heads exploding back in the 90s when Rush Limbaugh was signed to an orange juice endorsement deal. The ensuing boycott and attendant publicity resulted in a significant spike in sales.
Any publicity this generates beyond Craig will only help New Belgium.
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