August 22, 2010

Maybe, just maybe, he's totally fed up with all your trashing of him

... and now is resigned to saying "YOU deal with this, you high and mighty elitists."

A response to this Philly Inquirer cartoon.

Posted by Hube at August 22, 2010 10:28 AM | TrackBack

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The cartoonist, Tony Auth, could be a poster boy for arrogant, condescending, far left liberal media idiot. He and his colleagues chase away paying customers. It's astounding to me that the serial owners allow it to continue year after year.

Posted by: AJ Lynch at August 22, 2010 02:41 PM

The entire editorial page is like that, AJ. It's disturbingly fascinating how they'll dig in and keep lecturing us peons -- all until the bitter end of that paper.

So be it.

Posted by: Hube at August 22, 2010 02:44 PM

1) Given the events of the last 9 years, it is possible that the beliefs of many of us who agreed with Bush in 2001 have changed.

2) That is not the attitude of the enemy we fight.

3) But assuming Bush was correct in 2001 (and assuming that assertion remains true today), that does not mean that Rauf and his cronies are not wrong to build on that site.

Posted by: Rhymes With Right at August 22, 2010 08:23 PM

Auth's cartoon assumes that Imam Rauf is not affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood's ideology, of which Al Qaida is just a radical manifestation.

Posted by: BadIdeaGuy at August 22, 2010 10:21 PM