One Step Forward

Due to the carcinogenic touch of liberalism, the “war on terror” has always had to be fought by taking one step forward and then, once their snivel rights unsensibilities kick off, then taking two steps back. A few days ago, we took one step forward. Fear not, once the Mooselims and their reactionary rug mates of the left find one “sympathetic” socialist judge, we will back to where we started..

According to Fox News, “New York City police did not violate New Jersey laws when they conducted surveillance of Mooselim businesses, mosques and student groups..” Again, those of us NOT burdened with an overwhelming need to sidle up to the terrorists (unless we are doing so in order to fire at closer range..) find this “news” to be logical when it comes to a “group” that has infiltrated this nation. Logic would have also concluded that these undesirables should have never been allowed INTO the country, (thanks again, liberals..) but since they ARE here, let’s AT LEAST keep an eye on them..

What a surprise to learn that after a three month investigation by New Jersey officials in which they found no wrong doing, Mooselim “leaders” were “angered” and they began stomping around in their nightshirts.. There would seem to be two possible options available to our outraged Mooselims and their “leaders”.. One, find the previously mentioned “judge” after putting the best liberal lawyers onto retainer or failing that, find some infidels to behead..

What was so horrible about all of this you might ask? The New York police department “infiltrated student groups, videotaped mosque-goers or collected their license plate numbers as they pray..” Based upon the actions of the “magnificent nineteen” alone, this “praying” may be nothing more than asking for permission to murder innocent American citizens. Preempting such CRIMINAL activity is the whole idea behind police work.. However, the liberals work to enable the terrorists in effect saying that they have a “right” to plot, plan and then carry out, criminal terrorist activities unimpeded by the law enforcement community.. At times it becomes more and more difficult to figure just who is the bigger threat to the lives of innocent Americans, the terrorists or the liberals..

They “eavesdropped in Mooselim cafes and monitored sermons, even though there was no evidence of a crime..” Might I add “yet” to the end of that statement? A few things, if I may..

NO ONE was arrested or detained in any way relative to ANY of these “incidents”, so what is the problem? ALWAYS be concerned about someone who whines about their “snivel rights” when it comes to the safety and security of everyone else.. As well, such raw data needs to be studied by counter-terrorism experts, as there could be minutia that only the very well trained eye could detect. The goal is to PREVENT another 9-11 and unfortunately, the left would rather have the incidents occur and then have the perpetrators tried before some sympathetic judge and an imbecile jury.. I for one do not ever want to see another marble monument erected to the success of the liberal/terrorist symbiosis..

If a “counter terrorism” effort is of virtually no use or effectiveness, say the testicle groping suffered by those who DO NOT wish to violently take aircraft from the sky but simply get to their destination, then the liberals are silent. (On that note, these “screenings” seem to have been created by either Billy Bob Clinton or John Edwards..) Once you have something that has the potential to preemptively stop someone from taking the express elevator to “virgin village” and taking with them as many innocents lives as possible as well, suddenly all the WRONG people start puling and prancing..

New Jersey officials held a “closed door meeting” with Mooselim “leaders” who then said that “they did not find the assertion credible” that the surveillance was legal. A few points again if I may.. First I hope that THIS “meeting” was sufficiently surveilled and as well, I find that the Mooselim “leaders” rote “assertion” about the whole “religion of peace” thing that they have been trotting out for years to be AT LEAST mildly suspicious as a distraction technique, let alone not “credible”..

Enter Aref Assaf, he of the “American Arab Forum”.. (Why do they even place “American” at the front of this front group? Whom, other than the liberals, do they think that they are fooling?) After speaking to the Attorney General of New Jersey, it was time to go into full-on outrage-mode.. “I said to him it’s not only insulting, it’s offensive to our sense of justice..” Which Mooselim “sense of justice” was “insulted” by this, the “honor killing is OK” one or the “stoning and beheading” one? It sounds more like the “how dare you try to stop us from our appointed duties” one to me..

The simplest of options available to those so severely aggrieved and discriminated against would be for them to hot foot it back to the sixth century Nirvana of the Middle East.. There the AMPLE “freedoms” afforded them via Sharia law will be available to them again..

Nope, “the Mooselim leaders said they would consider all legal options, including renewed appeals for action by the U.S. Justice Department. (The one of “Fast and Furious” fame..) A federal civil rights lawsuit has also been considered”.. This “lawsuit” nonsense is very taxing to the Mooselims who would prefer that the money that they usually funnel back to the Motherland to support their plans to overtake America NOT go instead into the Bolshevik bank accounts of another limousine liberal lawyer or three.. It’s just a minor financial setback, nothing that they can’t overcome..

The New Jersey Attorney General said that he is “also establishing a Mooselim outreach committee.” Again, let’s make sure that ALL of these “meetings” are properly recorded.. Speaking of that, still waiting for that Mooselim “outreach” program where the “practitioners of the religion of peace” start finking out those who are actually tarnishing the religion by justifying their criminal actions through perverted Imams and demented followers..

On that note, how about the Mooselim example of this type of “outreach program” as pertains to Dr. Shakil Afridi who was jailed for 33 years by the Pakistanis who are OBVIOUSLY on “our side” in the “war on terror”.. At this stage in the game, the MOOSELIMS need to “reach out” to those who have been the VICTIMS of their brothers’ unlawful homicidal actions..

In the end, a few sufficiently bathed and perfumed Mooselims will file another “lawsuit” while the rest of the odiferous ones will be working along side the odiferous American liberals as they move closer towards their common goal..


13 responses to “One Step Forward

  1. Provide social media share buttons please.

  2. Without a doubt you have read between the lines, Larry. The msm haven’t figured that one out yet. It is so easy to see those who are bombastically parading their “snivel rights” are the very ones we need a closer surveillance because they will soon be up to no good, if not already. I certainly wouldn’t object if someone asked me pointed questions because I have nothing to hide. I once was taught in school (waaaay back when) your civil rights end where mine begin, and mine end where yours begin. I have never forgotten that and often shake my head at some of the scurrilous things taken to our courts. Is it any wonder there are more and more TV judges? Our courts are over worked with the pettiness of stupid people. I just chalk it up to experience and get on with life.

    I am going to try and insert a picture of a T-shirt I received by E-mail. I am going to find someone who can make them up for me locally. My kids are all for it!……………
    Nope, won’t do it. Here is what it says: (New Word)

    Ineptocracy -(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy)
    A system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

  3. The Mooselim’s camel has more than it’s nose in the tent, and the Liberalistic Liars won’t know what hit them when that camel is fully inside and stomps on their collective heads. Obviously it will be too late – nonetheless, they’ll blame it on Bush.

    Good word. However, unfortunately , the Liars don’t understand it, as evidenced by the mess that they have created in this country, and in some other parts of the world.
    The Liberalistic Liars must be replaced, because as the saying goes ” you can’t fix ‘stupid’ “


    Today is Wisconsin vote Walker must win
    then on to November

  5. Speaking of a Mooselim’s rights, here is a story I read today in an email:

    A 50-something-year-old Muslim man arrived at his seat on a crowded flight and immediately didn’t want the seat. The seat was next to an elderly white woman reading her Bible. Disgusted, the Muslim man immediately summoned the flight attendant and demanded a new seat. The man said, “I cannot sit here next to this infidel.” The flight attendant said, “Let me see if I can find another seat.” After checking, the flight attendant returned and stated, “There are no more seats in economy, but I will check with the captain and see if there is something in first class.” About 10 minutes went by and the flight attendant returned and stated, “The captain has confirmed that there are no more seats in economy, but there is one in first class. It is our company policy never to move a person from economy to first class, but being that it would be some sort of scandal to force a person to sit next to an UNPLEASANT person, the captain agreed to make the switch to first class.” Before the irate Muslim man could say anything, the attendant gestured to the elderly woman and said, “Therefore, ma’am, if you would so kindly retrieve your personal items, we would like to move you to the comfort of first class as the captain doesn’t want you to sit next to an unpleasant person.”

  6. A black guy, an illegal alien, a Muslim, and a communist walk into a bar.
    The bartender asks, “What can I get you, Mr. President?”

  7. Scott Walker – is he the harbinger of what is ahead, or the victim of
    ” stupid voters ” ??

  8. Triviaman,

    Thanks for the laughs !


    I do not understand your comment JJ


    your story is great —– way to go

  11. JR,
    Which one?

  12. Here is an excellent essay posted on June 5, 2012 by Walter E. Williams, titled “Immoral Beyond Redemption”, which is seen at

    Benjamin Franklin, statesman and signer of our Declaration of Independence, said: “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.” John Adams, another signer, echoed a similar statement: “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Are today’s Americans virtuous and moral, or have we become corrupt and vicious? Let’s think it through with a few questions.

    Suppose I saw an elderly woman painfully huddled on a heating grate in the dead of winter. She’s hungry and in need of shelter and medical attention. To help the woman, I walk up to you using intimidation and threats and demand that you give me $200. Having taken your money, I then purchase food, shelter and medical assistance for the woman. Would I be guilty of a crime? A moral person would answer in the affirmative. I’ve committed theft by taking the property of one person to give to another.

    Most Americans would agree that it would be theft regardless of what I did with the money. Now comes the hard part. Would it still be theft if I were able to get three people to agree that I should take your money? What if I got 100 people to agree – 100,000 or 200 million people? What if instead of personally taking your money to assist the woman, I got together with other Americans and asked Congress to use Internal Revenue Service agents to take your money? In other words, does an act that’s clearly immoral and illegal when done privately become moral when it is done legally and collectively? Put another way, does legality establish morality? Before you answer, keep in mind that slavery was legal; apartheid was legal; the Nazi’s Nuremberg Laws were legal; and the Stalinist and Maoist purges were legal. Legality alone cannot be the guide for moral people. The moral question is whether it’s right to take what belongs to one person to give to another to whom it does not belong.

    Don’t get me wrong. I personally believe that assisting one’s fellow man in need by reaching into one’s own pockets is praiseworthy and laudable. Doing the same by reaching into another’s pockets is despicable, dishonest and worthy of condemnation. Some people call governmental handouts charity, but charity and legalized theft are entirely two different things. But as far as charity is concerned, James Madison, the acknowledged father of our Constitution, said, “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.” To my knowledge, the Constitution has not been amended to include charity as a legislative duty of Congress.

    Our current economic crisis, as well as that of Europe, is a direct result of immoral conduct. Roughly two-thirds to three-quarters of our federal budget can be described as Congress’ taking the property of one American and giving it to another. Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid account for nearly half of federal spending. Then there are corporate welfare and farm subsidies and thousands of other spending programs, such as food stamps, welfare and education. According to a 2009 Census Bureau report, nearly 139 million Americans–46 percent–receive handouts from one or more federal programs, and nearly 50 percent have no federal income tax obligations.

    In the face of our looming financial calamity, what are we debating about? It’s not about the reduction or elimination of the immoral conduct that’s delivered to us where we are. It’s about how we pay for it–namely, taxing the rich, not realizing that even if Congress imposed a 100 percent tax on earnings higher than $250,000 per year, it would keep the government running for only 141 days.

    Ayn Rand, in her novel Atlas Shrugged, reminded us that “when you have made evil the means of survival, do not expect men to remain good.”

  13. Triviaman,

    I’ve always enjoyed the insight of Dr. Williams – thanks for posting it .

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