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Monday, September 17, 2012

WND column

President Supervillain

If we are to take the Obama administration seriously, Egypt is not an ally of the United States and the U.S. ambassador to Libya was assassinated due to a cheesy video that was released on the Internet several months ago. While the incompetence of the current administration has often been on display and never been in doubt, the way in which the White House first paved the road to the Benghazi incident, then completely bungled its response to the assassination, is indicative of new depths of ineptitude.

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Anonymous Stilicho September 17, 2012 6:32 AM  

It's tough to be a supervillain from the golf course, but President Disengaged has done a fair job of it. So we now face a choice between four more years of criminal neglect driven by hatred, or at least a disgusted disdain, for America that results in a hodgepodge of ill-considered, panicked actions or four years of active, dedicated pursuit of intervention on all fronts, both foreign and domestic.

Time to duck and cover.

OpenID meistergedanken September 17, 2012 7:11 AM  

...you are missing your obligatory concluding sentence that "Mitt Romney would be JUST AS BAD."

Anonymous buzzcut September 17, 2012 7:17 AM  

This is Frau Farbissina, founder and leader of the militant wing of the Salvation Army.

Blogger Nate September 17, 2012 8:13 AM  

The spastic nature of the administration is amusing. There is total disinterest in affairs... until the media barks loud enough... then the paniced over-reaction follows.

Its like the three stooges. literally.

Anonymous Curly September 17, 2012 8:24 AM  

Its like the three stooges. literally.

Sadly, sans Kate Upton...

Anonymous Salt September 17, 2012 8:39 AM  

It's tough to be a supervillain from the golf course

Yeah. "Captain Three Putt, you're needed in the Situation Room."

Blogger James Dixon September 17, 2012 8:44 AM  

> It's tough to be a supervillain from the golf course...

Well, you see, there's some hope of Obama improving his performance on the golf course.

Anonymous onejohn512 September 17, 2012 9:16 AM  

So what are the overarching strategy and goals of U.S. policy in the region? Near term and long term. How do you make sense of what's happening?

Anonymous Josh September 17, 2012 9:19 AM  

I think Obama should spend much more time on the golf course. It is probably the least destructive thing he could go.

Anonymous Joe Doakes September 17, 2012 9:19 AM  

Donald Rumsfeld famously asked whether we were killing terrorists faster than we were creating them. Now we know the answer.

Anonymous Papapete September 17, 2012 9:21 AM  

Is it too much to ask for frickin' sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their frickin' heads?

Anonymous Josh September 17, 2012 9:22 AM  

So what are the overarching strategy and goals of U.S. policy in the region? Near term and long term. How do you make sense of what's happening?

The prime directive is, as always, protect our bestest friends in the world, the anti Christian, baby killing, gay marrying, women in combat Israelis.

Anonymous III September 17, 2012 9:23 AM  

Inflame as a pretext for bringing the Gap onto the Core... by force.

Anonymous whatever September 17, 2012 9:24 AM  

The Qadhadhfa tribe, of which Gaddafi was a member, is unhappy that we bombed them. They also have decades of accumulated wealth and were never even close to completely defeated. The US has totally betrayed them and caused them to lose control of Libya while still leaving them with more than enough power to seek revenge.

In a completely surprising turn of events, they have now sought revenge.

You should just be happy they haven't signed on to Team Iran yet. Assuming, of course, that they haven't.

Blogger tz September 17, 2012 9:32 AM  

This confirms the correct thing to do in the upcoming election is to vote for the befuddled, incompetent, comic-book version of an anti-president. Things like Obamacare will be annoying, but the economy is going to crash anyway and it will be better to go all the way to 3rd world status without staying in the 2nd world communist-socialist variant for long (our corporatist version of it complete with the elites). When one is dying a painful death, the correct thing is to pray it come quickly.

Even so, the other choice for supervillian is worse as he is likely to be more effective at the ruination.

Anonymous scoobius dubious September 17, 2012 9:39 AM  

"If we are to take the Obama administration seriously, Egypt is not an ally of the United States"

While of course I understand your literal point, I still feel obliged to wryly note that this is maybe the first true thing to come out of Obama's mouth in a very long time. Of course Egypt is not an ally of the United States. It's not even mildly friendly to us. It's not even indifferently non-hate-filled towards us. No Arab country, no Muslim country, ever can be, nor ever will be. It's a poor, stupid, backwards, hostile country full of poor, stupid, backwards, hostile people, who live under a bizarre religious system that urges-slash-commands their young men to go to bed at night dreaming of raping our women. Look what they did to that stupid reporter woman given the slightest --the slightest!-- opportunity. That's who they are. That's about the size of it, and we may as well just give up and say so. We pay them a certain amount of protection-racket money to try not to cause too much trouble for our blood-soaked manipulative little scoundrel-buddies next door. Why those are our buddies, when they don't even have the good manners to have any oil, is anyone's guess.

But the idea that the Egyptians, or any Arabs or any Muslims, will ever really be our friends in the way that a Western nation might be, should just be tossed out the window now. We had more genuine affinity for the Russians in the depths of the Cold War with nuclear weapons pointed at each other's cities, and they for us, than we ever will have or can have for these non-white, non-Christian, non-Western peoples. Let's stop with the illusions and go our separate ways: the West is (or should be) white and Christian and Western, that's what being Western IS, and these two-legged turds are not welcome in our lands and should be sent packing, along with all the Korans they can carry.

Let them have their caliphate. Why the heck not. Then they can march around in circles all day long, from the shit-filled streets of Morocco all the way to the shit-filled streets of Pakistan, burning American flags and yapping about their prophet. Let them eat the cinders of American flags, it's fine with me, anything to keep them occupied. Maybe one day they'll build a missile capable of launching a giant atomic shoe at us. Whatever. But let's by all means tell all the swarms of enemies nesting like rats in our own countries, Hey, Great, now you have your caliphate. Better go there. Better get the fuck out of here. Now.

Let's just wash our hands of this sorry excuse for a civilization and have done once and for all.

"The Bush administration made a grievous mistake in attempting to fight an undeclared half-war without declaring a specific enemy"

Not only did they not declare an enemy, they also turned around and INVITED the enemy to come live among us by the tens of millions, and warp our societies out of shape with their nonsense and their endless demands and their bizarre practices that have no place in our societies. Now THAT was fucking brilliant.

Can Hell ever be too hot for George W. Bush? He'll just have to hope that God judges the stupid differently than the wicked. Although I'm sure there's a seam somewhere that connects them in his beady little brain.

Anonymous Daniel September 17, 2012 9:39 AM  

I've got to admit I underestimated the comment bounce following the Big Dumbdown. I really hope you are keeping a rolling score. Off the top of my head, I can't think of a more measured demonstration of the dialectic vs. rhetoric observation.

...at least the rhetoric is well done.

Blogger IM2L844 September 17, 2012 9:59 AM  

Why those are our buddies, when they don't even have the good manners to have any oil, is anyone's guess.

Location, location, location!

Anonymous JMac September 17, 2012 10:02 AM  

Over the weekend I saw a discussion on our Iranian policy. They pointed out that under Clinton and Bush certain states were termed "rogue states" and the US policy was that the only way they could be dealt with was regime change. It was pointed out that right after we took out Saddam, Gaddhafi gave up all efforts on obtaining nuclear weapons in exchange for an agreement with the US the we would not seek regime change in Libya. Now that Obama went back on that deal, Iran, North Korea and others know that we don't keep our word. Seems like that makes the world much more dangerous.

Anonymous ridip September 17, 2012 10:05 AM  

We can't let President Bubba completely off the hook either. There's a section of South Saint Louis that is filled with Islamic refugees from Bosnia complete with their own ^#$@$$% little minaret. That little bit-o-invasion predates President Gay Bar.

I was at a children's attraction this weekend out in the burbs. Forgot how much I hate going out there. Three head-to-toe clad whores were running around with their undisciplined little hellions. A family all wearing Army Strong shirts was sitting there just glaring. I wish I had a camera. The whole thing screamed "What the hell are we doing allowing them to be here? I'd rather kill 'em than breath the same air."

Anonymous ridip September 17, 2012 10:07 AM  

Took too long typing that. I see Clinton showed up just two comments above.

Anonymous RC September 17, 2012 10:13 AM  

No worries. The talk show investor guru Bob Brinker stated that Ben Bernanke was GWB's best appointment and was doing a fabulous job in the Obama regime as well.

And with the Lizard Queen taking care of that pesky foreign policy, everything is going to turn out well -- from inside the Matrix.

Anonymous DonReynolds September 17, 2012 10:14 AM  

US foreign policy has the uncanny ability to change friends into enemies with very little effort. Without exception, everyone provided with modern weapons by the Americans, sooner or later turn those weapons on us. And it must be clear by now that the old "money, missionaries and marines" program has fallen into disuse. Now we can no longer buy peace with greenbacks, the missionaries preach liberation theology, and the marines are no longer permitted ammo for their own weapons. (No self respecting marine should accept an order to carry his rifle into a combat situation without ammunition.)

Anonymous FrankNorman September 17, 2012 10:23 AM  

JMac September 17, 2012 10:02 AM

Over the weekend I saw a discussion on our Iranian policy. They pointed out that under Clinton and Bush certain states were termed "rogue states" and the US policy was that the only way they could be dealt with was regime change. It was pointed out that right after we took out Saddam, Gaddhafi gave up all efforts on obtaining nuclear weapons in exchange for an agreement with the US the we would not seek regime change in Libya. Now that Obama went back on that deal, Iran, North Korea and others know that we don't keep our word. Seems like that makes the world much more dangerous.


And that is the inherent problem for any country trying to have diplomatic relations with the Great Dumbocracy. Any promise the elephant head makes to you, the donkey head will feel free to ignore, and vice versa.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 September 17, 2012 10:24 AM  

I love reading the comments of the dumb masses at WND to your columns. Two of them stand out well: TylerDurden (who is in the Top 50, whatever that means) and oldwhiteguy. Both of them somehow think that it's OK to have drone attacks on random people. When someone pointed out to Durden that the drone attacks are coming to Americans, as the historical patterns of such things always shows, he dismissed it as conspiracy nonsense.

MPAI in action.

Anonymous Yep. September 17, 2012 10:37 AM  

Bungled response? Seriously?

Did you expect him to come out and say "This is a huge victory in our deliberate efforts to destabilize the Muslim Belt."?

Hint: He's not dumb, and he's not inept. I'd say he's been pretty successful so far at implementing the managed decline.

Blogger Res Ipsa September 17, 2012 10:51 AM  

“The prime directive is, as always, protect our bestest friends in the world, the anti Christian, baby killing, gay marrying, women in combat Israelis.”

Except for it’s not. We aren’t particularly good to the Israelis or anybody else in the Middle East. We don’t have an cohesive policy and never have had. We blunder from one nation to another showering them with “foreign aid” aka “be my friend money”. We don’t seem to care whose friends with who, we just want everyone to take our money and like us enough to give good contracts to whomever funded the current political hack in power back in the states. The US is the clueless rich kid trying to bribe the other kids in the sand box into being his friend, not realizing that everyone isn’t going to play nice just because we want them to. The best thing we could do for the US is to stop the foreign aid to everyone. If we must we can do what we’ve always done for Israel, sell them secondhand military hardware on the cheap and let them spy on us to get whatever else they want.

Anonymous onejohn512 September 17, 2012 10:55 AM  

onejohn512 September 17, 2012 9:16 AM
So what are the overarching strategy and goals of U.S. policy in the region? Near term and long term. How do you make sense of what's happening?

The Great game v.3?

Vox a column (series)would be informative and appreciated by many, I'm sure.



Anonymous Josh September 17, 2012 11:10 AM  

Vox,

Any comments on Farah's column today where he all but said, "Ron Paul was right about foreign policy?"

Anonymous scoobius dubious September 17, 2012 11:14 AM  

"We don’t have a cohesive [Middle East] policy and never have had."

I don't see why we need one, other than keeping the sea lanes reasonably open and peaceful, and oil at a reasonable price. Other than that, who really cares what they do over there, so long as they don't come here. I suppose it would be nice if they refrained from murdering each other over the question of whether God gave a few hundred thousand acres of semi-worthless date farms to this tribe or that, but if they can't keep their hands off each other's throats on that score, I don't see how it's an American concern.

Back during the Cold War everything was a mess because of the jostling for global position. But now that we live, as it were, in a somewhat post-ideological world (well it's never really ideology-free but at least rampant global communism isn't posing a credible strategic threat; the Chinese are simply being Chinese, and Islam would cease to be a threat tomorrow if we just ended immigration here and in Europe, and sent the little savages packing), I don't see a pressing need for a master plan. The USN runs the shipping lanes without a credible foreseeable threat, and it's unclear why anyone would jostle that arrangement, as the USN is about the closest thing to an honest broker the world is going to get, at least when it comes to protecting sea lanes. Eventually the Indian and Chinese navies will be dealt in, and as long as everyone keeps their heads, there shouldn't be much grounds for concern -- the odd Somali pirate can be despatched now and then just to keep kitty's claws sharpened, but who else has a stake in upsetting that apple cart?

There isn't really much reason to give much of a shit what happens in the Middle East, so long as the oil spigot stays on. Except for... oh, right, I forgot.

Blogger Vidad, AKA David the Good September 17, 2012 11:32 AM  

@ swiftfoxmark2

Any idea if that's the same TylerDurden that runs zerohedge?

Anonymous scoobius dubious September 17, 2012 11:34 AM  

I've never really understood how or why OPEC was permitted to have any leverage in the world whatsoever. China, USA, EU and India should form the Organization of Petroleum BUYING Countries, and then the OPBC should simply tell the Arabs what the price of oil is going to be. If they don't like that price, the counter-offer will be to blast them to smithereens and take the oil for free. They don't know how to extract it, refine it, ship it, process it, or even how to use it for anything terribly advanced; all they know how to do is throw their shoes at each other and fight over which tribal chief gets the money. So let them fight. But we ought to be telling them in advance exactly how much money there is going to be to fight about, and not a red cent more.

Our Middle East policy should be very simple:

1. Here's your money. Where's the oil?
2. Thank you for your oil. See you next week.
3. Don't come here.
4. No, really, we're quite serious, stay home, you CAN'T come here.
5. We don't much care if you want to kill the Israelis or not, but our guess is, if you try and kill them, they'll probably kill you back. So you might want to ease off on that whole thing and figure out a way to share the sandbox. Not that it's our concern.
6. Oh, and by the way: Don't come here.

The End.

Anonymous Anonymous September 17, 2012 11:53 AM  

Let's get this straight.

A laughable low-budget movie from a private citizen (regardless of criminal history) sends the Arab "street" on a killing rampage against US territory 3 months after its release and conveniently on 9/11 but the POTUS decalring that Egypt isn't an ally results in the political equivalent of nothing?

There isn't enough popcorn to continuing watching this comedy to the end.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 September 17, 2012 11:58 AM  

Any idea if that's the same TylerDurden that runs zerohedge?

Probably not. Also, I think zerohedge is run by multiple people using that alias.

Anonymous David September 17, 2012 12:11 PM  

"It was pointed out that right after we took out Saddam, Gaddhafi gave up all efforts on obtaining nuclear weapons in exchange for an agreement with the US the we would not seek regime change in Libya."

While the Bush administration, at the time, portrayed it that way, the truth is that Gaddhafi had been for years prior trying to negotiate his way back into the USA's good graces. I am not sure who he initially contacted, I believe it was Gary Hart. Whoever it was, the ex-US politician spent years during the Clinton and Bush administrations trying to get some kind of terms from the USA as to what Gaddhafi had to do in order to become an ally or at least get off the rogue states list.

And he was ignored. They had no use for Gaddhafi in that way, they only had a use for him as a bogey man to scare Americans into more defense spending.

It was only when the Bush administration was looking to prettify the can of worms they opened up by invading Iraq did they get the idea to accept Gaddhafi's long standing offer and make the bogus claim their invasion had anything to do with it.

Talking heads are clueless about this...

And of course, anyone should know long before Gaddhafi the USA betrays its friends...Saddam was a friend of the USA long ago.

Anonymous Yep. September 17, 2012 12:16 PM  

Nate: Its like the three stooges. literally.

Yeah, if the three stooges had made the managed decline of the United States it's principal goal from the beginning and had in just 4 years quadrupled the deficit, doubled the price of gas, destabilized the middle east, gutted the middle class, forced citizens to purchase healthcare, expanded welfare, sent unemployment to European levels, empowered illegal aliens like never before, sent guns to Mexican drug lords, virtually shut down oil exploration, hobbled the coal industry, sent billions of taxpayers money to his unions and community organizers, printed money faster than Milton Bradley and virtually ensured the insolvency of the US treasury and while deflating the dollar at a record pace.

Yep. Just like the Three Stooges. Hilarious.

Blogger Nate September 17, 2012 12:22 PM  

"Yep. Just like the Three Stooges. Hilarious."

Depends on your viewing perspective mate. Note that money is made no matter which way the stock market goes.

Apply that lesson.

Anonymous zeonxavier September 17, 2012 12:36 PM  

While it may be off topic, I'm finding it hard to concentrate on the election when the economy keeps accelerating ever more obviously past the point of no return.

I'm having trouble ignoring the problem at this point:

Quantitative Easing Round 3 (This time it's unlimited!) plus the latest U.S. government credit downgrade (Congressional refusal to even address budget shortfalls) equals the end of the formerly almighty dollar.

The plan's to inflate your money out from under you until Weimar seems a pleasant memory in comparison.

I don't doubt Vox's own version of the doom bell pronouncement is close at hand, but it would be nice to have an authoritative version with links and numbers to show the wife...

Blogger IM2L844 September 17, 2012 12:41 PM  

A laughable low-budget movie from a private citizen (regardless of criminal history) sends the Arab "street" on a killing rampage against US territory 3 months after its release and conveniently on 9/11 but the POTUS decalring that Egypt isn't an ally results in the political equivalent of nothing?

I just had to go waste 14 minutes of my life to see what all the hubbub was about and I have to say Hillary was right. As far as production value goes, it was disgusting, despicable, reprehensible and offensive, but it peaked my curiosity as to how factual it was or wasn't.

I thought it was odd that I couldn't find any real objections to the factual content other than a few minor discrepancies and a couple of people wrote at length about how it was mostly factual complete with quotes from the Quran and the hadiths. I guess the biggest objection the Muslims had was to the actual man made images of Mohammed.

Clearly, the only solution is for every non-Muslim man woman and child on the planet to publish images of Mohammed in every possible media outlet day after day for as long as it takes.

Anonymous scoobius dubious September 17, 2012 12:43 PM  

"Just like the Three Stooges."

Actually, the Stooges were meticulous craftsmen who choreographed all their nonsense very carefully, down to the last detail.

When you consider that it's highly likely that Obama's plan has been to deliberately, methodically destroy America (and that he's succeeding at a rather impressive pace), well, take that metaphor as you please.

Blogger ajw308 September 17, 2012 12:47 PM  

I think Obama should spend much more time on the golf course. It is probably the least destructive thing he could go.
Josh, I think he's trying to qualify for a second Nobel Peace Prize.

Anonymous scoobius dubious September 17, 2012 12:54 PM  

"I guess the biggest objection the Muslims had was to the actual man made images of Mohammed."

The irony is, AFAICT, that the original prohibition against depicting Mohammed was intended as a guard against idolatry, against directing untoward attention and worship towards Mohammed the mere man, and away from the god whose message he was allegedly expounding. The Muslims have effectively fetishized this ban, turning it into a form of hero-worship through their obsessiveness over it, which defeats the original point. (As the Buddhist monk who carried the girl across the stream said to his fellow monk who was worried he'd broken taboo by touching a female, "I put her down over an hour ago. Why don't you do the same?")

By going around killing people and breaking stuff and causing harm over the breach of this mere predilection, they are a) committing greater sins against their fellow men than the alleged violation, which will of course cause no-one to idolize Mohammad, and b) it would appear to a neutral observer that they are themselves engaging in a kind of idolatry, in that attempting to force non-Muslims in faraway non-Muslim lands to obey their arbitrary in-house edict is sort of putting the pedestal on top of the statue.

Y'know, like ya do.





Anonymous Yep. September 17, 2012 1:21 PM  

Nate, There is total disinterest in affairs..

If you believe this, then you are the stooge - Not Obama.

If he seems detached it's because this has all been planned for years before he even took the presidency. ObamaCare was written by special interest groups before Obama was even on the radar. He's more like the captain of the space shuttle - he's just got to hit a few buttons now and then but the mission plan is going to happen regardless.

But disinterest? Lord, no. This is the dream from his father.

Blogger Nate September 17, 2012 1:29 PM  

"If you believe this, then you are the stooge - Not Obama."

Like Scoobius you give the man way to much credit.

He's lazy.. and he is not particularly bright. There isn't a thing in his history that says he is capable of putting together the kind of long term plans you are imagining.

Same old story... you don't need evil when incompetence gets the job done.

Blogger Nate September 17, 2012 1:30 PM  

now... if you were accusing Putin of these kinds of things... now that is the kind of man who could pull it off.

Obama however... isn't Putin... by any stretch.

Anonymous Yep. September 17, 2012 1:50 PM  


Like Scoobius you give the man way to much credit. He's lazy.. and he is not particularly bright. There isn't a thing in his history that says he is capable of putting together the kind of long term plans you are imagining.


He didn't put them together, he's carrying them out. Very adeptly.

I think he's probably surprised that he's actually got a shot at another term, given the wild success of his first.

Blogger James Dixon September 17, 2012 2:06 PM  

> Clearly, the only solution is for every non-Muslim man woman and child on the planet to publish images of Mohammed in every possible media outlet day after day for as long as it takes.

It would take some precautionary steps first (getting our civilians out of Muslim countries, fortifying our embassies, etc.), but that's actually a very good approach to the problem.

Blogger Nate September 17, 2012 2:09 PM  

"He didn't put them together, he's carrying them out. Very adeptly."

No Yep. He isn't. He's bumbling along like a toddler trying to walk through a dark room at night. He has no idea where he is going. He has no plans.

Empires are not brought down by trickery. they are brought down by lazy... incompetent leaders who lack discipline.

That is what Obama is.

He's never executed a plan in his life. Everything has been handed to him by others. The man is literally incapable of what you are pinning on him.

Blogger Nate September 17, 2012 2:13 PM  

Given that Obama did nothing but continue the exact policies of the Bush Administration...

Then we must conclude that Dubya's actions were also part of Obama's plan as well.

Amazingly complex plan you've got Obama executing there...

Anonymous David September 17, 2012 2:51 PM  

"Given that Obama did nothing but continue the exact policies of the Bush Administration...

Then we must conclude that Dubya's actions were also part of Obama's plan as well."

No we don't have to conclude that at all, there are other possible conclusions...such as Obama is too stupid to disengage the autopilot.

Anonymous Gen. Kong September 17, 2012 3:34 PM  

Anonymous:
Let's get this straight.

A laughable low-budget movie from a private citizen (regardless of criminal history) sends the Arab "street" on a killing rampage against US territory 3 months after its release and conveniently on 9/11 but the POTUS decalring that Egypt isn't an ally results in the political equivalent of nothing?

There isn't enough popcorn to continuing watching this comedy to the end.


Not only that but the "Filmaker" was a government snitch. As I asked on an earlier thread: Whatever happened to the big pile of gold the late Colonel had amassed to back the Libyan dinar, his proposed alternate currency for oil-pricing to the Banksta Bucks from Benny and the Feds presently used. Didn't anyone else find it curious that the first thing done by the Libyan "revolutionary freedumb-fighters" after getting control of Benghazi during last year's tour of the Springtime for Allah show was to establish a central bank? Where in the Koran is the importance of a central bank emphasized. Betcha that big pot-o-gold is now in the very same hands as vast trove of gold once held in Ft. Knox - you know, the gold turned in by the obedient dumbasses back in 1934 when FDR demanded it. What's that giant sucking sound again?

Anonymous Yep. September 17, 2012 5:07 PM  

Nate: He's never executed a plan in his life. Everything has been handed to him by others. The man is literally incapable of what you are pinning on him.

And yet he's been wildly successful in a very short amount of time.

Not bad for a bumbling idiot.



Anonymous Yep. September 17, 2012 5:10 PM  

Then we must conclude that Dubya's actions were also part of Obama's plan as well.

It's not Obama's plan, but yep. Same team.

Anonymous aviendha September 17, 2012 5:25 PM  

Sean "Vile Rat" Smith an IT expert for the state department was killed along with 2 Navy Seals and our Libyan ambassador. He was the diplomatic director of my alliance in EVE online and his loss is tragic.

Godspeed little bee

Blogger IM2L844 September 17, 2012 11:35 PM  

> Clearly, the only solution is for every non-Muslim man woman and child on the planet to publish images of Mohammed in every possible media outlet day after day for as long as it takes.

It would take some precautionary steps first (getting our civilians out of Muslim countries, fortifying our embassies, etc.), but that's actually a very good approach to the problem.

It might be, James, if that was the actual problem, but I was just trying to take a stab at being facetious and apparently missed the mark.

Seriously though, I think this whole debacle has roots that run much deeper than coincidentally pissing off camel jockeys around the world by dissing their perverted prophet. That's just a pretext. I wouldn't be at all surprised to find out someday that the video had intelligence community fingerprints all over it from it's inception.

Blogger James Dixon September 18, 2012 9:53 AM  

> It might be, James, if that was the actual problem, but I was just trying to take a stab at being facetious and apparently missed the mark.

I agree that it's not the actual problem we need to solve. :)

And it's far more likely that it went over my head than that you missed the mark. :(

Anonymous Tom O September 18, 2012 12:58 PM  

Why does Muhammad always have to look like Osama Bin Laden whenever someone portrays him? It would be like Arabs constantly drawing Jesus as George W. Bush

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