More Liberal Idiots: Huffington Post Comments on Christmas Bomber

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The FBI arrested 19-year old Mohamed Mohamud who tried to use a car bomb to kill thousands of Christians celebrating the Christmas season in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Cause for celebration? Reason to congratulate the FBI for a job well done? Time to breathe a sigh of relief? Not if you’re a reader of the Huffington Post.

Here are our top twelve lunatic liberal comments at the liberal HuffPo.

1. sillyfrog
This is the perfect age for the military mostly because this age group can easily be influenced­. The older law officers know this. I hope a smart good lawyer gets this kid out of this mess and gets him on a better path.

2. writersbloc
As a Black kid, foreign and Muslim, I can imagine him being on the receiving end of taunts and harassment, or just isolation. Or maybe he’s a sociopath. Maybe his mom didn’t hug him enough. Maybe people won’t stop asking him about Somali pirates.

3. MNmommy
Look at this young man’s beautiful face. He could have been redirected to modeling instead of encouraged in terrorism by the FBI. What does that say about us?

What’s worse, what this guy tried to do or what the teabagger who stumped the woman in the head did? I just wonder.…

How wonderful. Our entire intelligence apparatus is engaged in targeting a 16 year old Somalian named Mohammad, approaching him with fame and glory, wait till he is 18, teaching him how to build a bomb. Better yet build one themselves and detonate in remote area. Buy him a van, fill it with fake explosives. Get him a cell phone, give him a number to dial to explode the device in crowded and the arrest him.

6. photog606
ANOTHER “terrorist” manufactured out of whole cloth… the FBI only had to supply the time, the location and the phony bomb… then swoop in to save the gullible US citizenry from a scenerio THEY set-up and created.

7. harmlesstree
And I am sure this attempted terrorist attack, by a Somali, has nothing to do with what the U.S. has done to his homeland, just like 9-11, and all the other acts of Islamic terrorism directed against us, had nothing to do with the brutal foreign policy America conducts within the Islamic world? I must say, I love sanctimonious Americans whose government is, and has been since WW2, the greatest purveyor of violence, to borrow a line from Martin Luther King, in the world ( the U.S. is literally responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent people over the last 60 years) lecturing Muslims about violence!

8. Olethea
Please make an attempt to educate yourself. Religious terrorism is not limited to one religion. Here you go: The Christian Militia plot against law enforcement

9. Johnny Steps
This shouldn’t even be news, and the fact that the mouthbreathers are insisting this is validation of the efforts of our right wing anti terror campaigns is just insulting to those of us with anything resembling intelligence.

10. Earl
Do you think that muslim kids might feel a bit more “American” if we weren’t reserving public spaces for christian-only ceremonies?

11. EarDrummer
If america would learn humility then we wouldn’t have to worry about people trying to kill us, as it is, america’s lack of humility obligates people to kill us.

12. WRichardWagner
The FBI has hundreds of these muslim sleeper patsies. Whenever the public gets uppity about police state measures, they activate one.
Source: Huffington Post via I Hate the Media


Anonymous said...

Apparently hugs are all that is missing in fixing the world's problems. Lunacy. Come back to reality, liberals.

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