General Election 2012: Obama vs. Romney
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Posted by Gary B. Cole
Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad: his black skin and adopted religion saved Muhammad from media scrutiny.
The Milwaukee Sikh shootings provides Obama and Michael Bloomberg a right-wing terrorist. Adding to their good fortune, 40-year-old Michael Page is an Army veteran and purported white supremacist. Prior to the Milwaukee shootings, history wouldn’t cooperate with PC talking points. The most recent gunmen were either left-wingers or minorities.
In 2009, black Muslim convert Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad shot up an Arkansas Army recruiting station. The media was unimpressed – few calls for gun control followed. Later that same year, Nidal Hasan murdered 13 American soldiers at Ft. Hood. He corresponded with al-Qaeda and screamed Allahu Akbar. Again the press yawned – Obama called it a workplace shooting.
The Obama administration labeled the Hasan attack workplace violence. A Muslim terrorist didn’t infiltrate our facilities and kill American soldiers in cold blood. He was a disgruntled employee. The WHITES ONLY ruling class called for restraint, including former Army chief-of-staff General George Casey. Fearing an imagined backlash against Muslim soldiers, Casey lectured Americans on tolerance. If he’d understood the American people, understood how tolerant and forgiving we are, Casey would beg our forgiveness. But the PC police have him by the throat.
Today memories of past ethnic shootings can be buried; a white man shot up a room of brown men. The police raced to label Milwaukee domestic terrorism. Colorado’s James Holmes (a white liberal) murdered fellow white liberals. This wasn’t domestic terrorism but cries for gun control were heard on the moon. If possible, Bloomberg would seize every gun and give them to the thugs in Harlem.
Someday this double standard will backfire. An event so devastating will corner the PC crowd and leave them speechless. September 11 wasn’t enough. Only God knows the future and I pray I’m safe at home.