• Christian Group Shows the World Its Christian Values Following Fort Hood Tragedy

    Everyone be quiet! Quiet! Some guy who claims to represent the magic man who lives in the sky has something very important to say about some other people who claim to represent some other magic man who lives in the sky…

    A chief spokesman for the pro-life, far-right organization, American Family Association, has called for the purging of Muslim soldiers from military ranks in the wake of the tragic killings at Fort Hood.

    Really? Really?! This comes as a huge shock to me, given how much these Christian right groups have time and time again shown how much respect they have for equality, civil liberties and Constitutional ideals.

    But, hey hey hey hey! Don't walk away under the impression that the AFA or its Director of Issues Analysis Bryan Fischer thinks that every single Muslim (technical) citizen of the United States is just bursting at the chance to kill a real (white) American…

    "Of course, most U.S. Muslims don't shoot up their fellow soldiers. Fine."

    See? Totally open-minded.

    "As soon as Muslims give us a foolproof way to identify their jihadis from their moderates, we'll go back to allowing them to serve."

    Thanks, Christians! How Christ-like you are.

    "You tell us who the ones are that we have to worry about, prove you're right, and Muslims can once again serve. Until that day comes, we simply cannot afford the risk. You invent a jihadi-detector that works every time it's used, and we'll welcome you back with open arms."

    "This is not Islamophobia, it is Islamo-realism."

    I can't even Islamo-bring myself to Islamo-give an Islamo-real response to Islamo-this.

    It's just way too Christ-arded.

    Tags: American Family Association, Christianity, Fort Hood, Islam, Military, Religion


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