Last year the president went to the UN and apologized to all the Muslim countries for a crappy anti- Mohammed video saying, "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.”-BHO
To my knowledge the producer of that film is still in jail. So where is the media uproar for this? When will the president apologize to Christians, denounce the creators of SNL, and throw them in jail?
http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/nbc-skit-has … s-rampage/
"It's so unfair that Muslims get more attention than my faith"
Fixed it for you.
Yes insults against Islam are more important because Islam is a growing faith still dominated by hardliners and thus have real world impacts, Christianity is a dying faith more and more dominated by moderates and thus jokes at their expense have little real world impact.
Obama? Actually defend Christianity?
I'll believe that when I see it.
Probably when pigs fly.
Yeah that skit is horrible.
What are you talking about? He defends Christianity all the time!
You forgot the rest of the quote:
"The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam. But to be credible, those who condemn that slander must also condemn the hate we see in the images of Jesus Christ that are desecrated, or churches that are destroyed, or the Holocaust that is denied.”
Also, the man is in jail for unrelated charges having nothing to do with making the video.
"The man, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who is also known as Mark Basseley Youssef, a name he legally adopted in 2002, appeared in Federal District Court here and pleaded guilty to four charges of violating a probation sentence imposed on him in 2010 after a bank fraud conviction. Each of his guilty pleas, worked out with prosecutors in advance, was related to his maintenance of the two identities."
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/08/us/ma … .html?_r=0
Now, on to the next fake outrage.
Turned out it was just a bunch of disinformation propagated by the White House to cover up the truth behind Benghazi. So there is no credibility there, one way or the other.
Outrage is for liberals. Conservatives simply point out the raging hypocrisy that is constantly on display by liberals in office.
It's a pretty nice view up there on Bullshit Mountain, eh?
Feel free to threaten riots if that is how you want to get that kind of attention.
Otherwise you could just realize that freedom of speech includes offensive speech, and the president only gets involved when it is a matter of pressing national interest.
We are not talking about what is "okay". We are talking about what is legal. And yes it is. Have you listened to the radio recently?
You don't have to like it, but the President doesn't need to apologize for it either.
Two different stances on two different threads.
Incorrect. Failure to comprehend. Once I realized the use of the slurs was not associated with a threat, I saw there was not hate crime. And indeed, that he had not been charged with one.
Not at all correct.
"If you use a pile of racial slurs and then say "I want to choke you to death" to a woman standing right in front of you on the sidewalk... well. It sounds both hatey and crimey to me."
If he had done that (which he hadn't) it would be a crime because he threatened to kill someone for being black.
Just saying black people are [bad thing] is not a crime, it's just ignorance. Ignorance is legal.
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