“I’m More Hateful than Pamela Geller”

“I’m More Hateful than Pamela Geller”

“I’m More Hateful than Pamela Geller”

Yes, you read that correctly. No, those were not my words, but they’re the title of a column by National Review writer, attorney, and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran David French. He wrote:

“I’m far more hateful than Pamela Geller. In fact, I’d argue there’s no way that she could hate jihad more than I do. I’ve seen jihad up-close, in an Iraqi province where jihadists raped women to shame them into becoming suicide bombers, where they put bombs in little boys’ backpacks then remotely detonated them at family gatherings, where they beheaded innocent civilians while cheering wildly like they were at a soccer match, and where they shot babies in the face to “send a message” to their parents. I’ve seen the despair in the eyes of the innocent victims of jihad, and — believe me — that despair is infinitely greater than the alleged “anguish” caused by a few cartoons.”

And now a United Nations official has issued horrific reports of ISIS marrying off captive girls as many as 20 times while also forcing them to endure virginity restoration surgeries.

ISIS captives

But hand-wringers like the pompous Bill O’Reilly and conservative radio talker Laura Ingraham — who frequently disagrees with O’Reilly — deplored Pamela Geller’s Mohammed cartoon contest. It’s insulting! It provokes violence!


Fox News Channel host and attorney Megyn Kelly — bless her! — would have nothing to do with O’Reilly’s limiting of free speech, asking, “You know what else the jihadis don’t like? They hate Jews. Should we get rid of all Jews?”


But while O’Reilly and most of the media are fretting over insulting jihadis who will hate us anyway, the FBI may be in a tizzy over the nation’s security in the wake of the Garland incident.

Steven Hayward at Powerline noted an ABC News article claiming a ‘crisis’ and ‘panic’ at the FBI “because the agency and the rest of the nation’s homeland security infrastructure are not built to deal with the non-stop flow of homegrown extremists and possible threats that mark the current environment within the U.S.”

And, US military bases have just raised their threat levels in response to increased activity of ISIS.

Here’s some ideas:  Why don’t we close those southern borders? Furthermore, why in the world would we even consider taking in refugees from Syria, with some 2000 due into the US by fall of 2015? Is anyone even vetting these people?

Pamela Geller’s cartoon event in Texas has made two compelling points: the first, that our freedom of speech can never be abridged if we wish to live as free Americans. The second is a stark reminder that we still indeed live in a post-9/11 world, and that there are those who would destroy us, no matter how ‘respectful’ we are to them. We need to cherish our freedom to speak out, and zealously protect our security.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

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  • john says:

    Freedom of speech can not be abridged on the basis of National Security?
    When Bush and those non the rightwing sought to suppress from the American people what was being done at Abu Ghraib one of the arguments that they made was that publishing those pictures would increase the danger that our troops face
    When the first cartoon controversy came out the leaders of christian churches publicly admonished those publications because THEY were the ones who bore the suffering.
    Pam Geller is the best recruiting tool that ISIS has right now
    I don’t think any American should do anything that helps them

    • Kim Quade says:

      Ah yes, the old fall-back of the Left: bash Bush. The only thing George Bush has in common with the Garland incident is that it occurred in his home state of Texas.
      Pam Geller is small potatoes compared with the massive social outreach of ISIS, a group which exploded in number after Obama removed our military presence from Iraq.

    • Deserttrek says:

      the idea that Geller is the enemy or the cause to recruit more goat molesters is beyond nonsensical …. i don’t like what some people say , can i go attack them? I don’t like any liberal can i go attack them? of course not. kill all those who sympathize with isis or islam as they are the enemy

  • david7134 says:

    You are aware that the military can not wear their uniforms in the US and else where due to the fact that Muslims might kill them as they find the uniform offensive.

    • Kim Quade says:

      Yes, I’m fully aware of that, as my son-in-law and his father are both military officers. Not sure what this has to do with the post. . . .

  • OC says:

    john, ”He who would trade liberty for some temporary security, deserves neither liberty nor security.”

    I stand with David French.


  • Xigol Bångh says:

    You are geeze. You have not get rid of your KKK yet. I would emigrate if I had to get along with those to be able to do politics. Demoralized you are.This you cannot say about islam.

    • scott says:

      Please come back when you learn English.. and grow a brain.. Islam is a disease of the mind, and should be eradicated.

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