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Friday, September 10, 2010

New Slogans for the Left


Watching our so-called "elites" and "leaders," and unfortunately that includes some who I once thought were worthy.. I'll start and end my "use to be" list with O'Reilly...

I am always amazed at how the Left continually attacks Christians but never mention being threatened by radical Muslims.

Why, it was only days ago when the GZ mosque Imam told us it had better be done right or else......

I think all the Lefties need to buy prayer rugs.

Remember the "Better Red than dead" chant? Lefties need to find one that fits their surrender to the radical Muslims.

How about:

"I know you attacked us but you really didn't mean it."

"A day without a mosque at ground zero is like a day without a honor killing."

"Welcome to Surrender Country."

"Riot, Riot! Who's got the riot?"

"Riot me once, riot me twice, riot me once again."

"A little threat goes a long, long way."

"Freedom of religion. It's not for Christians and Jews!"

"Could you name a mosque after the Twin Towers for me?"

"Thanks for the choice. I was always a jumper and never a burner."

"Fry me to the ground!"

"Daddy is an ash but that's all in the past!"

"If I paint a target on my forehead....will that help?"

"The best river rocks are in the Smokies!"

I trust you get the idea!


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