Wednesday, December 06, 2006

The Crime of Sitting While Muslim

I usually prefer to reserve my criticism for David Horowitz for actions he takes or factual errors I think he makes about higher education, not his offhand comments on national issues. But his latest blog entry is so crazy I can't actually believe that Horowitz wrote it: "My thoughts on the Imams on the airplane problem: What they did is no different than if they had a brandished a gun. Only worse -- because a gun doesn't mean the incineration of everyone on board, while taking the 9/11 seat formation does. They should be put in jail for a long, long time."

The worst complaints on about the imams were that they prayed in the airport, made anti-American comments on the plane, and asked for seat beat extensions.
I can't fathom why they were kicked off the plane. To say that they should be put in prison for a long time for the crime of "sitting while Muslim" is just plain loony.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes those comments are probably a bit extreem.. I would have rather gone for seeing them jackbooted up agianst the nearest wall.. spead eagled and searched for anything with a pointy end on it..i dont care if it was the top of their head.. then have them summarily beaten to a pulp and left on the floor to be cleaned up by the janitor ... then..we would see if they came back to cause any more trouble... i doubt they would have...after having a good old american mudhole stomped into their foreheads.. these people are ignorant,fanitical zelots who inspire hatred and violence anywher they go..america isnt any differnt to them.. its what they are 7 days a week.. in their own countrys.. its how they move up in power ahead of the next raghead wackp spewing the same hatred.. they are hoping to develope a movemnt..larger than the next ragheads so the have more power.. the only thing that deters them is violence upon their bodies... its a shame amerika is a land of socialist weenies and nobody gives a good ass whoopin to radicals nowdays... sad ..signed..Paul Revere