May 05, 2015

Ron Marz: "Hard not to think ..."

Comicbook dolt Ron Marz says it's "hard not to think" that Pam Geller and the crew in Garland, TX were hoping for a (radical) Islamist attack:

Wonder what folks like him would say if someone tweeted those words after a comicon at which he was in attendance was attacked -- for some far-left quackery he inserted into one of his comics?

Not to mention, is good "progressive" Marz actually implying that Muslims had a right to be so angry that they should have shot up Geller's event? Is this the bigotry of low expectations -- that Muslims "just can't control themselves?"

Posted by Hube at May 5, 2015 06:31 PM | TrackBack

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Since when is it hard for Ron to not think? 99.9% of his tweets demonstrate a severe comprehension problem. Hell, he linked to a Vox article, for crying out loud.

'Course, he reached a new low by being more critical of an expression of free speech than of a terrorist attack. Something to keep in mind the next time he gets on his high horse.

Posted by: SpideyTerry at May 5, 2015 07:58 PM

Some things liberals keep telling me:

1. Islam is a religion of peace
2. Those who mock Islam are provoking a violent response
3. The people who attack the above are not Muslims no matter what they call themselves
4. Transgender people can self-identify however they wish and no one may contradict them. They are what they say they are.

Posted by: Duffy at May 6, 2015 03:28 PM

Did Duffy just win the Internet today? If not, then he's pretty darn close.

Posted by: Douglas Ernst at May 6, 2015 08:46 PM

Dang Duffy you made me spit our my coffee! Winning!

Posted by: truthwillwin1 at May 6, 2015 09:03 PM

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