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Notable/Quotables 11/21/05

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Quotes of Note that reflect what conservatives think. Or are up against.
We’re Not Defending the French

But if this is how their Muslim population feels, note that bit about the horror of France wanting to give Muslim children the same freedoms they give to the French, then the French shall never win.

Of course not. All Muslims have known in their lives is government by religion. Governing by religion is not only the lazy way to govern, it also leads to oppression. Witness the mess in the Mideast.


Sabrine, a 41-year-old mother of four who came from Tunisia 20 years ago, said police shouldn’t blame parents for failing to stop the trouble.

“We cannot bring up our kids the way we want, to teach them Islam,” said Sabrine, adding that France encourages children to choose how they want to practice religion.

“They say religion is not obligatory or that parents are not allowed to make their children wear the hijab (veil) or to pray,” she said. “They want to give our children the same freedoms they give to the French.


A Plain Truth from Australia

Maybe if it’s spelled out?


TREASURER Peter Costello said radical Muslims would not be allowed to turn Australia into an Islamic state.

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So Bad, Not Even a Jew Would Do It

Meanwhile, no mind those Jordanian marches, the handsome King of Jordan married to the beautiful American woman needs to work on un-brainwashing his subjects.

From the Telegraph:

In Zarqa, Munder Moomeni, a 38-year-old former soldier who lives next to Zarqawi’s house, 13 Ramzi Street, described his former neighbour as “a bastard”. “By killing Jordanians here in Jordan, civilian Jordanians going to a wedding, they did something that not even a Jew would do,” he said.


Dean Finally Reveals Democrat Agenda

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The Quote This Week That Says It All

Charles Krauthammer’s Definition of Bush Derangement Syndrome:

“the acute onset of paranoia in otherwise normal people in reaction to the policies, the presidency — nay — the very existence of George W. Bush.”


Jay Rockefeller, Heh.

If his lips are moving, he must be lying.

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  • GoHah

    Great round-up—bearing in mind, of course, that I’m not responsible for my own opinion.