Monday, November 20, 2006

Another really funny guy


Your friend and mine, Jackie Mason. From a 2004 article of Mason's in the Jewish World Review:
. . . . Islam: religion of oppression, discrimination, violence, terror, war, superstition, intolerance and prejudice. . . . followers of a religion of hate . . . .

America must learn it cannot negotiate or reason with people who consider us infidels. It must recognize that the enemy is often among us and all the exposure available to them in Western civilization with its tolerances and respect for individual rights will not affect their seething anger at imagined wrongs, injustices, and illogical sense of entitlement.

Historically, use of strength, swift and certain punishment, and resolve of purpose are all that is left us to effectively deal with their primitive madness.
Yup, Mason is a man of many talents: comedian, rabbi, foreign policy expert, historian. I think we should follow Mason's prescription and use strength, swift and certain punishment, and resolve of purpose to effectively deal with primitive madness such as that exhibited by the Octopus.

Oh, but he's a lovable old guy. Maybe an ugly, hate-mongering racist and bigot. But so avuncular and lovable.

Does anyone care that Mason makes such hateful statements? Nope. He's a star peddling his lovable racism and vicious bigotry across the country's airwaves.

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