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April 5, 2011

"One Obscure Man"

Terry Jones's action has been the single most bracing and courageous act of rebellion against the suffocating, mindless liberalism
that infects nearly every American mind. In one dramatic gesture Jones proves that Islam is not a "religion of peace." In one clarifying act he has demonstrated the utter futility of our Islamic nation-building folly. He has shown how shaky is the house of cards built by liberals--so shaky that one obscure man can make the whole pile of lies tremble. One obscure man can make the entire U.S. command structure get down on their knees to Muslims to beg forgiveness. One obscure man can so alarm the President of the USA that he feels the need to denounce him publicly. It's an enlightening sight to see. -- Dean Ericson @ VFR

Posted by Vanderleun at April 5, 2011 2:18 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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The POINT of burning the koran was to demonstrate the intolerance and moral bankruptcy of islam.

Posted by: Thomas at April 5, 2011 3:43 PM

One would think atheists would be publicly applauding.

Oh wait - wrong religion.

Posted by: Pappy at April 5, 2011 6:38 PM

Hey kids it's almost Easter, time for a few TV shows debunking Christianity with John Dominic Crossen.

How about we take the sting out of koran burning by making it a daily happening somewhere in America? The Muslims are waging war and we can't live as if they are not.

Posted by: Scott M at April 6, 2011 3:44 AM


While this is a nice narrative, the massacre of UN workers in Afghanistan may have had little or nothing to do with Terry Jones' actions. Also, Jones may be cozy with the Westboro Baptist Church bunch.

Having said that, it is still relevant and meaningful that the powers-that-be have gone hysterical and weak-kneed because of this false/exaggerated narrative.

Posted by: Don Rodrigo at April 6, 2011 11:38 AM

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