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Thursday, February 23, 2006

The quiet joys of dhimmitude

Acquiescence to the black/feminist/homosexual/Islamofascist juggernaut takes many forms. While some of the less angry members of The Left may believe their good-faith efforts will be met with similar moderation by their radicalized cohorts, Muslim attempts to bomb Legoland tell us otherwise. Conchita's been on my back all day, but a casual glance at the headlines of my Prayer Warriors alert us to this alarming trend.

Yahoo prohibits the letter sequence "allah" in its email addresses: Their reasoning is the usual namby-pambyisms about tolerance and sensitivity, but did the 9/11 hijackers exhibit similarly genteel regard for us Americans? I dare say not:
Yahoo Inc. said Wednesday it has changed policy to allow usage of the word. In a written statement, the company defended the previous policy as an attempt to protect users from hateful speech.

"A small number of people registered for IDs using specific terms with the sole purpose of promoting hate and then used those IDs to post content that was harmful or threatening to others, thus violating Yahoo's terms of service," the statement said.
Fortunately for us Christians, we don't need to use the forbidden letters to insult Islam, as any visit to their message boards will prove.

Vatican begs Muslims, "Mount me like a dog": It pains me to have to finally admit that my beloved Catholic Church has assumed the supplicant's position in dealing with the so-called Religion of Peace. Their latest crackpot scheme is proposing reciprocal tolerance between Muslims and members of other faiths. This diminution of ethical clarity comes as no surprise, as their half-baked attempts to weed nancies out of the priesthood can attest. While they've taken positive steps to purge the fudgepackers from their ranks, they've done absolutely nothing to address those flirtatious altar boys who use their pre-adolescent wiles to seduce our helpless Brothers. This moral blindness is on display yet again in this Vatican-themed moral equivocation:
Iraqi Christians say they were well treated under Saddam Hussein's secular policies, but believers have been killed, churches burned and women forced to wear Muslim garb since Islamic groups gained sway after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.
Have we forgotten about the incubators, the rape rooms, Uday's plastic shredder, and Saddam's plans to assasinate Our President's father? The Pope would rather depict the oppression of Iraqis by Saddam Hussein as some halcyon age rather than celebrate the untidy freedom Iraqis now enjoy -- thanks to the efforts of Our President. It's enough to make me start attending Mel Gibson's Latin-only church.

James Dobson begs nancies, "Mount me like a dog.": Somebody pinch me hard, because I think I'm dreaming, and it's not a good one.

Some fellow conservatives are criticizing Focus on the Family founder James Dobson for supporting proposed Colorado legislation to give same-sex couples limited legal protections.

The proposal would smooth the way for any two people who cannot marry to register for rights to hospital visits, making medical decisions for each other and property transfers. These rights are already available to two persons but they need lawyers to prepare paperwork.

The bill, filed by a Republican opponent of gay rights, competes with a Democratic domestic partnership measure that covers gay couples and, critics say, would treat gay couples essentially the same as married couples under the law.

Dobson said he believes in equality under the law but doesn't want to redefine marriage.

I hope this isn't Rev. Dobson's way of announcing his intention to helm one of those ex-gay ministries I so enthusiastically endorse. The repercussions of allowing equality for homos under the law would rock the foundations of Western Culture to the very core, resulting in transgendered hooliganism, compulsory bestiality, and mass ritual suicide... which is just what Osama wants. Remember to keep the faith, Christians -- it's for the good of Our Country. Praise Him!

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