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Irony lives on — Al Queda

November 27, 2008

This was just outrageously funny.  Now Al Queda is crying foul.  What’s the problem?  Well they claim that the media (worldwide) has been perpetuating, unfairly, pro-Obama bias news.  WTF?

I guess when that house negro comment fell flat because we (exception to all yahoos and right wing nuts) actually like our new President.  Worst, as it turns out, so does the rest of the world.  Let me see if I get this correctly.  The right wing nuts erroneously report that the media is liberal and was pro-Obama and now Al Queda can use the same logic?  Let me check the report that the Pew Report put out.  Got it.  It noted that President Obama got more positive news coverage and McCain did not.  Let’s look at the facts, shall we?  President Obama ran one of the best campaigns that has ever been seen.  It was positive, discipline, raked in the most money and stayed on point with its message.  Sen. McCain campaign can only be described as dysfunctional as best.  The message was all over the place, there was no discipline, very little money and was, at the end, 100% negative.  Gee, I wonder how McCain got all those negative reports?  Duh!

Of course some one might want to point out the difference between the coverage of the wives.  I remember when Michelle Obama was accused of having used the term Whitey (which was a lie) and not loving America (more lies).  However, she had never cheated on her husband, stole from her own charity, much less used drugs and avoided being criminally charged such as the wonderful Cindy McCain did.

I digress, the point is now I have to listen to this crap from Al Queda?  Who are they kidding?

Global reactions to Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri’s controversial condemnation of U.S. President-Elect Barack Obama as a “House Slave” (or, alternatively, “House Negro”) have begun to pour in — including via the top jihad web forums used by Al-Qaida to disseminate its propaganda. Though hardcore Al-Qaida supporters have predictably dismissed any criticism of Dr. al-Zawahiri and are fiercely backing his choice of words, there is a rather ironic (if not entirely unfamiliar) twist to this issue. After observing international press reporting on the incident, these same supporters are now bitterly attacking the media for its “unfair” pro-Obama bias and for deliberately “confusing” the meaning of al-Zawahiri’s message.

Life, even though in shambles, can be ironic.  Al Queda’s greatest fear is coming true and his name is President Obama.  There whole premise is going up in smoke.

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3 comments

  1. Al qaeda, terrorism, the wholestory has many holes in previous “attacks” and will probablly show up in this attack in Mumbia much to late as usual (and yes, another tragic story). It starts with the BS found in the WTC story.

    http://www.newsday.com/news/nationworld/nation/ny-uslugg0417,0,3743892.story


  2. Everyone in the world is thrilled that America elected Barack Obama ! There was dancing and American flag-waving on streets that more recently have been burning American flags (both abroad and in San Francisco). It looks like America will


  3. AND



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