Now it's time for one of our regular features. It's the Clown Award, given for meritorious stupidity.
I had to think about this one this week. First, I was going to give the Clown Award to former Rep. Joe Walsh for his creeped-out tweet about the Charlie Hebdo cartoons:
Let's hope that when the Islamists next strike they first behead the appeasing cowards at CNN, MSNBC, etal who refused to show the cartoons.He later tried to "clarify," saying he's not hoping for another attack but knows one will come. Yeah, and when it does, he hopes they first kill the people at CNN, MSNBC, and any others who made an editorial decision with which he disagrees.
Then I was going to give it to Jaime Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, the nation's largest bank, who whined that the "banks are under assault" from federal regulators because you used to deal with one or two and now you have to deal with five or six. That was, he said, unfair and maybe even un-American.
This was while he was announcing a record year for his bank, including earnings of $4.9 billion in the 4th quarter.
But those guys simply got outclassed.
We are supposed to do this by arming other Muslims who can be trusted, apparently, to ruthlessly kill those other Muslims and only those other Muslims we want dead. Considering how well this has worked out in the past in places like Afghanistan and Iraq, hey, what could go wrong?
Among other points in this brain-dead diatribe, she called Pakistan an "Arab state" (it's not and it appears she doesn't know the difference between being Muslim and being Arab), claimed there is a "reverse crusade" (which, considering how well the real crusades ultimately worked out for Europeans, I don't know why she's worried), expressed shock that Muslims had been invited to worship at "our national cathedral" (because no Muslim can be an American citizen), predicted "efforts to limit our First Amendment rights, to comply with Sharia law" (I can't even come up with a good sarcastic response to that one), and claimed the "fanatics" have "conquered us" through "immigration" and - wait for it - "interfaith dialogue."
At one point, she declaimed "Are we morons?" Not us, kiddo.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro: a moron - and a clown.
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