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Jul 13 2012

Gaffney: Obama Embracing Radical Muslim Gay Agenda

The absolutely deranged Frank Gaffney struggles mightily to make a coherent argument for his staggeringly inane belief that President Obama is dedicated to advancing both Sharia law AND the “radical homosexual agenda.” And he’s doing so in the Moonie Times, owned by a guy with his own version of Sharia law and a deep-seated hatred of gay people.

Worse yet, our troops are seen by the enemy in these and other ways to be submitting to the latter’s doctrine of Shariah. According to that supremacist code, its adherents are compelled, when confronted with evidence they are winning, to redouble their efforts to make us feel subdued. This generally translates into more violence against our troops and us, not less.

Assault on the culture of the military: Last, but not least, President Obama’s use of the military as a vehicle for advancing the radical homosexual agenda in the larger society has demonstrated for many in uniform civilian indifference to the unique attributes of the armed forces.

The mind boggles.

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  1. 1
    hexidecima

    Gaffney is quite the dithering idiot isn’t he? It’s hysterical that these people are so ignorant about what they talk about, they manage to support the very thing that they think they are speaking against. Gaff, dear, (and what a approprite thing a dimunitive of your name is), if the president is for homosexual rights, that means he’s against sharia law. Pity you can’t quite figure that out.

  2. 2
    oranje

    I thought he was literally going for the radical gay Muslim vote. The suicide vests are surely well-designed.

    Gaffney seems to either need treatment, or to not be surrounded by enablers. Or both.

  3. 3
    roggg

    Is that a real newspaper? Jebus I hope not. The military is being fundamentally transformed because operatives are not allowed to murder civilians in foreign countries? Gives me chills.

  4. 4
    Celeste

    I read that three times and I still have no clue what he was trying to say.

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    d cwilson

    He makes perfect sense. As Gingrich pointed out, Obama is promoting the radical gay atheist muslim agenda.

    It’s only contradictory if you think the defintion of words matter. It’s all about throwing as many scare words into each sentence as possible.

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    Area Man

    I sometimes wonder what will happen several decades from now, when researchers or bored students start poring over archived newspaper articles from the early 21st century, and they find that adherents of the ideology known as “conservatism” were consistently wrong about everything, made dire warnings about threats that were never plausible, and made complete and total assclowns of themselves. Today we hear accusations of teh gay somehow undermining the military and think it’s vile, but imagine how people will think about it 50 years from now. Either conservatives must not care at all about how history will remember them, or they simply assume they’ll rewrite history when the time comes.

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    Gvlgeologist, FCD

    The proper response to this kind of claim is, simply, “Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha………hahahahahahahaha.” for several pages.

    @Area Man: I’ve been saying for some time, that calling the Affordable Care Act, “Obamacare” will backfire on the conservatives. Years from now, when it is established that Obamacare was the first step in improving healthcare in the US, people will not be able to forget that it was a Democrat that initiated the process, not Republicans.

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    John Pieret

    I think I see how this works. The radical gays are really in charge of those supremicist Islamic states and are getting themselves killed in those countries as martyrs so that the American public will think Obama wants to protect human rights while he sneaks Shariah into law, thus emboldening the people of the Islamic countries and making our military feel subdued. Once they conquer the US, the radical gay Islamists will reveal that Mohammed was gay and begin to execute all the heterosexuals.

    Should I be worried that I can match Gaffney in lunatic babbling?

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    laurentweppe

    I sometimes wonder what will happen several decades from now, when researchers or bored students start poring over archived newspaper articles from the early 21st century, and they find that adherents of the ideology known as “conservatism” were consistently wrong about everything, made dire warnings about threats that were never plausible, and made complete and total assclowns of themselves

    They will put it in the “evidence that the ruling class and its lackeys lose their capacity for reasoning when they feels that their status and privileges are threatened” column.

  10. 10
    Modusoperandi

    Celeste “I read that three times and I still have no clue what he was trying to say.”
    “Obama bad!”

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    escuerd

    Either conservatives must not care at all about how history will remember them, or they simply assume they’ll rewrite history when the time comes.

    A little from column A, a little from column B. I’m sure there’s also a very large contingent who believe that things like equal rights for gay people will bring about the doom of our country or civilization. In such people’s eyes, it’s leftists like me who would be seen as the villains, or at best well-intentioned fools who doomed civilization.

    You know, I could actually sort of respect an indifference to how history will see one’s actions provided one justifiably thinks they’re the right thing to do. History’s written by the victors, and they aren’t always the good guys.

    Of course, I don’t think that the lunatic right wing’s positions (insofar as they are unique) are actually anywhere near justifiable, so I get some schadenfreude from knowing they’ll be increasingly seen for the regressive twits they are.

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