Sunday, February 05, 2006

Just a helpful reminder

Good afternoon. I wanted to take this time to post a little helpful reminder that there really are no essential differences between Judeo-Christianity and Islam. Oh, sure, we might have different methods of protesting offensive cartoons

but that does not mean that we are fundamentally different. What's important, most of all, is that we value our children, and only hope to instill in them values that really matter.

Most importantly we all equally value peace, and are all striving to promote the message of love around the world.

HT: Michelle Malkin for the pics.

Update: As usual, Mark Steyn brings his A-game today. A couple of excerpts:
Denmark! Even if you were overcome with a sudden urge to burn the Danish flag, where do you get one in a hurry in Gaza? Well, OK, that's easy: the nearest European Union Humanitarian Aid and Intifada-Funding Branch Office. But where do you get one in an obscure town on the Punjabi plain on a Thursday afternoon? If I had a sudden yen to burn the Yemeni or Sudanese flag on my village green, I haven't a clue how I'd get hold of one in this part of New Hampshire. Say what you like about the Islamic world, but they show tremendous initiative and energy and inventiveness, at least when it comes to threatening death to the infidels every 48 hours for one perceived offense or another. If only it could be channeled into, say, a small software company, what an economy they'd have.

[edit]Thus, NBC is celebrating Easter this year with a special edition of the gay sitcom "Will & Grace," in which a Christian conservative cooking-show host, played by the popular singing slattern Britney Spears, offers seasonal recipes -- "Cruci-fixin's." On the other hand, the same network, in its coverage of the global riots over the Danish cartoons, has declined to show any of the offending artwork out of "respect" for the Muslim faith.

Which means out of respect for their ability to locate the executive vice president's home in the suburbs and firebomb his garage.


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