Cowboys and the Tea Party political movement have a lot on common. Both believe in individual responsibility; judging a man by his actions not words; and, both are disgusted with government intrusions into our lives and particularly our God given rights.
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Friday, June 7, 2013
Major Ass Clowns
These recent quotes came out on Inspire - the publication of Islamic Terrorists:
Richard A. Falk (aka the Focker), UN Special Rapporteur (on Press TV): "There is a lot of anger at the way the United States uses its power in the world, and that those to whom evil is done do evil in return. And that is important for the people of United States to use this occasion to examine themselves, what I call self scrutiny, to look at what we are doing to others in order to find a way toward a more secured and humane world."
Abdurra Zaq Aljamal "Al Butt Clown", Yemeni journalist - Expert in AQAP Affairs (on twitter): "America violates sovereignty of nations. They carry out Extrajudicial killings. Above that, they exploit children in their lowly intelligence services. Then people talk about America as a state of law. America recruits children below the age of ten. They did this in the targeting of Sheikh Adnan Al-Qadhy."
Noam "Chumpsky" Chomsky, American historian and activist (on Alternet): "The Boston Bombings gave americans a taste of the terrorism the US inflicts abroad every day. . . It's rare for privileged Westerners to see, graphically, what many others experience daily."
James R. ("STD") Clapper, Did this guy just eat a lemon or what? Director of National Intelligence (on Worldwide Threat Assessment): "Attacks on US soil will remain part of AQAP’s transnational strategy; the group continues to adjust its tactics, techniques and procedures for targeting the West. Al-Qa’ida-inspired HVEs will be motivated to engage in violent action by global jihadist propaganda, including English-language material, such as AQAP’s Inspire magazine; events in the United States or abroad perceived as threatening to Muslims; the perceived success of other HVE plots, such as the November 2009 attack at Fort Hood, Texas, and the March 2012 attacks by an al-Qa’ida-inspired extremist in Toulouse, France."