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Dec 04 2012

Casa Grande Bomber Is From Iraq, Therefore Is Not a Terrorist

If you haven’t heard about the bombing of a Social Security office in Casa Grande, Arizona, it is probably because it was carried out not by one of the area’s numerous Tea Partiers (despite what moonbats might have read at the Daily Kos), but by a guy with the kind of name that gets people elected president these days: Abdullatif Aldosary.

Abdullatif hails from Iraq. He brought with him the traditional Muslim means of conflict resolution, with which he has enriched our many-splendored multicultural tapestry.

Thanks to his Islamic background, the terrorist will apparently avoid terrorism charges. Patrick Poole reports:

I just spoke again with my contact in the FBI Phoenix field office (who is not authorized to speak on behalf of the FBI office). This contact said that it is highly unlikely that Aldosary will be charged with any terrorism offense. While they are internally treating it like a domestic terrorism investigation, including looking at if he had any help constructing the explosive device, the FBI is saying very little and will prosecute this as a simple explosives and arson case because of “the political sensitivities involved.”

If our Islamophile rulers could pass off the terrorist massacre at Fort Hood as workplace violence, maybe they can claim that Aldosary’s unfamiliarity with local cuisine led him to accidentally ignite his flatulence after eating an extra spicy burrito.

Meanwhile, you tax dollar is used to import vast numbers of Abdullatifs from the Middle East, and for good reason — Obama unsurprisingly received over 85% of the Muslim vote.

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Aldosary’s contribution to the multicultural tapestry.

On a tip from Comrade J. Hat tip: The Right Scoop.

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  • Jodie

    I heard on the news that he may have thrown the explosive device from his vehicle. I expect Obama to come out and denounce this guy for littering. Then apologize to the Muslim community for the slow process at the Social Security Office.

  • Sam Adams

    What??? Obama only received 85% of the Muslim vote?

    Voter fraud!!!

    Disenfranchised minority voters!!!!

    As to the bombing, unfortunately the FBI is no longer a serious law enforcement agency. I still await with baited breath the results of their Benghazi investigation.

    http://security.blogs.cnn.com/2012/11/29/fbi-seeking-tips-on-benghazi-attacks/

    The FBI is using the Internet and the social networking site Facebook to solicit help on the case. Last week the FBI posted “Seeking Information” notices in English, Arabic and French with pictures of the damaged consulate.

    The “Seeking Information” posters say the FBI is “asking Libyans and people around the world for additional information related to the attacks.” Respondents can text or e-mail the FBI or fill out a form on the FBI’s website. The FBI notice says the information can be submitted confidentially.

    __________

    Joe Friday weeps at what has become of that once proud agency.

    BTW, the FBI used to investigate civil rights cases…you know those cases where people are denied their civil rights particularly by law enforcement and government officials.

    I hear tell that there is a filmmaker still sitting in a prison cell because he posted an unflattering video of a particular religious leader. First amendment doesn’t count for much any more.

  • Sam Adams

    Jodie….the Social Security office inflamed the bomber’s sensibilities by not having its sign in Arabic. After all…why do the Hispanics get special treatment?

  • Jodie

    Sam Adams,

    LOL! Oh the humanity! Those poor, poor, put-upon Muslims!

  • StanInTexas

    I have noticed a disturbing trend in crime reporting in the past few years.

    If the accused is a white male, the initial report always includes some reference to the crime being a civil rights violation or terrorism. But if the accused is Muslim or Black, the initial report nearly always contains language making the claim that there was no racial or terroristic motivations.

    Curious!

  • Sam Adams

    Stan…you are quick on the draw today.

    Bombs are a coward’s tool. They are indiscriminate in who they target; they are very unreliable at taking out a specific person (if that was your intent). But they are very effective as a terrorist’s tool.

    Even Obama and his drones are only partially effective; most drone strikes will kill any number of “innocent” bystanders, even if they are effective at killing the “target.”

    If Bush were raining down death from the sky in the same numbers that Obama has done, the outcry from the left at inflaming others would be unbearable.

    Of course, drones aren’t used to actually protect American lives….like in Benghazi.

  • Comrade J

    As Commie claims in Fort Hood shooting – workplace violence?

  • Jimbo

    Liberalism = total suicidal stupidity.

  • christopher pool

    “the traditional Muslim means of conflict resolution,”

    Perfect!

  • Ummah Gummah

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    Referee Killers in Holland are moslem Moroccans, ergo they are “Dutch” on CNN:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2012/12/03/sport/football/dutch-linesman-killed-football/?hpt=hp_t2

    (CNN) — The Netherlands is reeling from the death of a volunteer soccer official at an amateur football match over the weekend which has led to three Dutch teenagers being charged with manslaughter.

    I SPIT IN THE FACES OF THESE SO-CALLED “journalists”.

    .

  • Ummah Gummah

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    Oh and by the way, they used their soccer boots to kick him to death.. hey Bob Costas and that Affirmative Action moron Whitless, what do you guys want to do about it??

    Ban soccer boots?

    .

  • Ummah Gummah

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    If you want to curb violence in Europe all you need to do is BAN moslems!

    But they never see the easy solution, the one that is obvious and right in front of them!

    .

  • Joe

    If only soccer boots weren’t so available, he’d be alive today. What a bunch of dopes.

  • AZRon

    I remember this bastard from 4 or 5 years ago when we worked for the same company. He got into a beef with a Superintendent over a trivial issue and took it too far. Separated from the company, due to his anger AND the failing economy, he became a stalker and the company posted pictures of him at every office and every job site, advising “call 911″ if seen.

    How ’bout this, let’s NOT hire unstable Iraqi’s to build municipal water treatment plants. Oops, too racist? Sorry!

    Minutia x 3:

    1. Do folks from the middle east ever take a breath and calm down?
    2. When working a jobsite with Shawn,(the stalkee) I spent more time than usual scanning the perimeter.
    3. I was laid off a few months after Abdullatif. I have stalked no one. I have threatened no one. I have neither assembled nor used explosives. I get on with my life as best as I can.

  • Ummah Gummah

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    Since moslems become more violent they more they go to mosks and read the KKKoranmpf, it stands to reason that mosks and KKKorags should be banned.

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  • Sam Adams

    Ummah Gummah says:
    December 4, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    Since moslems become more violent they more they go to mosks and read the KKKoranmpf, it stands to reason that mosks and KKKorags should be banned.
    __________

    Organizations that preach violence and are opposed to the US constitution as being the supreme law of the land should be treated as the political movements that they are.

    After all….if the NAZIs said that Adolf Hitler was Christ Incarnate, would we tolerate weekly meetings advocating the destruction of those who don’t accept their teachings?

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