Wednesday, May 30, 2007

A regrettable loss

It is with a heavy heart that your favorite Islamobaptist returns to you tonight. Oh, how the mighty have fallen. We refer, of course, to the withdrawal of Cindy Sheehan from the leadership of the American peace movement.

Oh, how America, so corrupted and constipated from the likes of George Bush and Karl Rove and Dick Cheney, has sorely needed a movement like Cindy's. But we understand her frustration and feel her pain. We can even agree that Americans have failed to get off the pot and respond as they should have to her inspired leadership. More's the pity.

Some have said it's because she's a first-class Kool-Aid drinker with a room-temperature IQ. But we say, no, there's nothing first-class about Cindy Sheehan. The reason is obvious: She's a woman. And, as all Islamobaptists know, women cannot lead.

We also agree that the Dhimmicrats have failed to do all they could to bring the troops home from Iraq and Afghanistan and New Orleans. What a disgrace. But do we need to point out that Nancy Pelosi--also a person of the female persuasion--is in charge in the House of Representatives?

The lesson here should be obvious: If America is serious about surrendering to the forces of global jihad, it needs to turn these things over to arguably male leadership. Like John Murtha and Dennis Kucinich and Barack Obama.

They are male, aren't they? Please write in if you have reason to believe otherwise. These are, after all, confusing times. And confusing times call for truly confused people. Like Cindy Sheehan.

Allahu fubar!


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