Another Sunday, another diatribe on America’s Shittiest Website™ from washed-up former U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy about how Mooslims are just a few mosques away from turning all Dressbarns into Burqabarns. And although the current diatribe starts off with a promisingly amusing reference to Dough-Jo Loadberg’s heft, it rapidly descends into standard issue right-wing bedwetting about how the reason that leftists are willing to put a Koran in every hotel nightstand is that they hate America and how the only way to show true love for our country is to piss all over the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of religion.
But as I was reading through Andy’s overheated claptrap, I thought a little experiment — a word substitution game, if you will — might be interesting:
Most of all, Americans are tired of the shroud of political correctness the ruling class has placed around
IslamJudaism. We don’t object to anyone’s freedom of conscience, and we abide countless places for MuslimsJews to gather and worship even though we know a very high percentage of the IslamicJewish centers and mosquessynagogues are heavily influenced by IslamistsZionists. But we’re tired of being told things that aren’t true: e.g., that IslamJudaism is peaceful, tolerant and non-threatening; that shariahalakha — which is relentlessly authoritarian, discriminatory, and, in parts, savage — is something we need to accommodate; and that there is no connection between IslamicJewish doctrine (which is supremacist and belligerent), IslamistZionist terror, and the broader IslamistJewish threat to our civilization. We’re tired of being told that people who can’t bring themselves to condemn HamasLikud are “moderates” deserving of being taken seriously and having their endless grievances against America addressed. And we’re tired of being told that we shouldn’t examine or object to an authoritarian ideology just because it travels under the label of “religion.”
Actually, the whole post reads even better in German. (And how funny is calling Jonah “dass große Kerl”? I think Dough-Jo Loadberg has a new nom de loon: Große Kerlberg.)