May 5, 2011
Not All Pictures That Inflame Muslims Are Bad
Posted by Dave Blount at May 5, 2011 11:37 AM
Mullah Obama has decreed that pictures of the dead Osama bin Laden shall not be released, lest Muslims be angered:
In explaining his choice not to release the photo, Mr. Obama said that "we don't need to spike the football." He said that "given the graphic nature of these photos it would create a national security risk."
But the Islamopanderer in Chief isn't always averse to releasing photos that might inflame Muslims. From last week:
President Barack Obama is to release up to 2,000 photographs of alleged abuse at American prisons in Iraq and Afghanistan in a move which will reignite the scandal surrounding Abu Ghraib prison in 2004.
The decision to make public the images sought in a legal action by the American Civil Liberties Union comes amid a political firestorm over alleged torture of detainees under President George W. Bush.
Some of the photographs, which will be released before May 28, are said to show American service personnel humiliating prisoners, according to officials. …
The Pentagon fears a backlash in the Middle East similar to the one provoked by pictures from Abu Ghraib prison, near Baghdad, in 2004 which became emblematic of American mistakes in Iraq.
Amrit Singh, an ACLU lawyer, said that "these photographs provide visual proof that prisoner abuse by US personnel was not aberrational but widespread, reaching far beyond the walls of Abu Ghraib".
Assisting the ACLU in demonizing the USA and whipping up Islamic bloodlust are par for the course with the Manchurian Moonbat. But pictures of a dead terrorist must be suppressed in the interests of security. Anyone who buys this deserves Obama for a president.
On tips from J and Joe Biden.