monday moonbat morford musings
Mark Morford, moonbat supreme, wonders why Muslim countries hate or mistrust Bush, as show in recent polls. He wonders why polls in France and Germany show Bush having about as many fans as smallpox.
Let me explain this to you slowly, Mark. It's not that these nations are more astute than others. It's not that they know something we don't or they are just so well-rounded on their scholarly views on world news that they are qualified to determine these poll results without prejudice or tainted views of the news. No, it's because they fear Bush. And with good reason.
"Dislike of the United States has really deepened and spread throughout the Muslim world," said Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center that oversaw polling.
It's not hard to figure out why. The participants in the Religion of Peace(tm) have come a long way in showing just how much they hate anyone who does not subscribe to their religion and culture. And those who don't take their Muslim religion to the extremes that a large portion of their brethen do have done little to stand up and denounce everything that is done in the name of Allah.
Every day, some radical Muslim group claims responsibility for an attack, a bombing, a threat. We have all but declared war on these heartless, soulless bastards. Of course they hate us. Of course they fear us. As well they should.
From the article Morford cites:
...majorities in seven of the eight predominantly Muslim countries surveyed said they think their nation will be attacked by the United States. In Indonesia, Nigeria and Pakistan, more than 70 percent of those questioned had this concern.
Well, how about a big old DUH!, Mark? Do you really think the people of Indonesia, Nigeria and Pakistan are getting unadulterated, uncensored, whole truth news, unfiltered with lies and propaganda? Sure, if I lived in a country where I was told every day that Bush hates us and will probably attack us, and if I had no other outlet for news besides the lies and suggestions that are thrown at me every day, then I would hate Bush as well.
Tainted polls is what they are. But I don't expect Morford to understand such a concept. When you write like you are in kindergarten, you must think along that level also.
Hey, I wonder who chaired that poll? Oh look, it's said former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Charmed, I'm sure.
Back to Morford:
Seems no one can trust us as far as we can throw them over. Seems the vast majority of those polled think we're violent and dangerous and roguish and heartless and dishonest, so much so that a great many Muslim (read: gul-dang furriner evildoer) nations -- not to mention the Palestinians -- actually have a higher level of trust and respect for Osama bin Laden than our fair Shrub.
Morford really isn't the sharpest pencil in the box, eh? Let's spell this out very carefully for Markie, because, unlike the rest of the class, he can't seem to keep up with the lesson.
The Palestinians and most Muslim nations trust and respect bin Laden because they are just like him. They want to eradicate anyone who is not a Muslim. They want the world to convert to their religion. They want the United States to cease to exist, and that is not something new, it is not something only this administration has been subject to. See, it's not that they hate Bush, Markie. It's that they love and honor terrorism and suicide bombers hell bent on destruction and 72 virgins.
What I fear is people like Morford, who think we should just leave well enough alone and let the other countries in the world run their own affairs, untouched by U.S. hands. Markie Mark doesn't see that the end result of that will be annihilation for many countries. He doesn't see that letting sleeping dogs lie will only make those dogs stronger and bigger and that, eventually, they would leash upon us an act so hideous it would make 9/11 look like a garbage can fire.
Like a typical moonbat leftie, Mark doesn't care that other, smaller countries would be forced to subjugate to the Muslim factions that will become all too powerful if left alone to do their own thing. Mark only cares about his agenda, which is to make sure that Bush is hated the world over, to gloat about tainted polls and to say "I told you so," when WMDs are not yet found in Iraq.
Nevermind the freed people. Nevermind the freedoms popping up all over the place, like a myriad of newspapers and internet cafes and clothing choices and...life.
Oh, forget it. Morford will never get it, not until he puts his tinfoil hat on, enabling him to keep out the conspiracy theory lasers that the rest of the moonbat alliance is sending him.
I hereforeto promise to never, ever read one of Morford's columns again.