I wonder if corrupt puppet Loretta Lynch plans to go to Turkey and deliver her Orlando talking points to the families of the latest Islamic terrorist victims. Especially lines like “Our common humanity transcends our differences” and “our most effective response to terror and hatred is compassion, its unity, and its love.”
I’m always open to learning new things, so I was fascinated to hear that I, and the people with whom I associate, share a “common humanity” with bloodthirsty killers. O.J. Simpson, maybe. But for us normal, non-sociopathic folks who are products of Western culture, I have news for Lyin’ Loretta and her boss: Civilized people share no “common humanity” with terrorists.
Differences, for sure, but virtually nothing in common. To borrow from Barackus Obamacus himself, that’s not who we are — though it most definitely is who he is.
As to compassion, unity, and love being the most effective response to the actions of homicidal maniacs, you’ll have to excuse me but, for some reason, I’m a bit skeptical that such an approach would do a whole lot of good. Just a hunch, that’s all.
I was thinking more along the lines of carpet bombing Raqqa for a couple of weeks, twenty-four hours a day, with no rules of engagement. Then use social media to communicate to all radical Islamic terrorists, “If you force us to pay you another visit, the next time around we’ll bring a couple of nukes along with us, so you might want to think long and hard before misbehaving again. And no, we’re not bluffing.”
If the United States adopted such an approach to handling ISIS, it would be the most compassionate and loving thing it could do for millions of innocent, law-abiding people who live in fear of their lives day in and day out.