I keep hearing the attack on South Korea being described as “provocative”
Barack Obama has pledged that the US would defend South Korea after what the White House branded a provocative, outrageous attack by North Korea
It seems like such a strange word to use for an act of war. It’s not like they put on a meat dress and showed up at an award show.” —
“We have feminized the Medal of Honor,” Fischer wrote. He also quoted General Patton: “Gen. George Patton once famously said, ‘The object of war is not to die for your country but to make the other guy die for his.’” (Actually, Patton doesn’t say anything about the other guy: “The object of war is not to die for your country but to make the other bastard die for his.”)” —
This is plain and vulgar: if you can’t use racism because you have a bigoted constituency that doesn’t like a nigger awarding Congressional Medals of Honor to soldiers, then use sexism because you can’t really call Barack Obama a bitch.
But, if you do call Obama a bitch, then you’re going to expose yourself to critics that might follow the money that funds your organizations, so be careful.
He didn’t, some insist. “Trust me, there is nothing wrong with him,” said Mohamed Mohamed, a student at Cuyamaca College. “The biggest thing for him was helping the kids.”
Others wonder. “We don’t defend anybody who is a terrorist,” said Abdikadir Osman, owner of Minnehaha Food Market and the adjacent Safari Grill, one block from Masjid Al-Ansar. “The government says it has the evidence, but you hear from people who say these men are innocent.”
“We have to wait and see.” —Tense, troubling time for Somalis in San Diego - SignOnSanDiego.com
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