Crusades or Jihad, the proverbial question

So the old comparison the Jihad or the Crusades? The question answered and illustrated that there really is no comparison, and not a moral equivalence either. So Obama trots out the philosophical question – as if it were one.

Bill Warner developed a nice summary.

Does it sort of make you wonder what Obama’s intentions are and where he is going with his thesis, and what he wanted to accomplish?

It doesn’t take Solomon to answer that, and you don’t have to split a baby over it …unless of course you like splitting babies. Just get people to talk about the Crusades.

Some liberal pundit said that Obama was just trolling them at the prayer-breakfast for a reaction, and he got one. (he he) Right, his job is to provoke us. If he learned one thing from sitting in the pew of Rev. Wright’s church for 20 years, it was how to point fingers.

11 comments on “Crusades or Jihad, the proverbial question

  1. Blessed B. says:

    I’ll take the crusades anyday! It’s time they started once again!

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  2. Hardnox says:

    Let’s see… it took 400 years of raping, pillaging, murder, and destruction for the West to finally strike back against the muslim hordes but the narrative coming from the community organizer in chief is that both sides committed some fopas. Yeah, right.

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  3. […] Crusades or Jihad, the proverbial question […]

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  4. tannngl says:

    Excellent and informative post, Froggy. Thanks!
    And loved the Bill Warner vid.

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  5. jmsabbagh says:

    When some one is inflected with delusion he does everything to prove he is smart.Why he invited m.b for breakfast ? to teach him about the crusades ! Why he have Islamic fanatic as advisers in his cabin ? Why he refuses to call Islamist terrorist what its? Nidal Hassan killed 13 American soldiers in a military camp shouting ALLAH WA AKBER YET HE CALLED THE TERRORIST ACT ” work place violence” ,his advisers should be ashamed of themselves. Susan Rice deserves an OSCAR for Lying.

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