This Picture Was Taken in Iran. . .

. . . oh wait, my bad.  It was taken in Portland, Oregon, where “peace” activists burned an American soldier in effigy.


To be fair, over at Daily Kos, most commenters seem pretty disgusted by this shameful act.  But there are also a good number of moonbats who suspect a “set up” by nefarious, ubiquitous right-wing bloggers, and some who see nothing wrong with this picture whatsoever.  Bloggers and Bushies and Christians, oh my!


~ by lewdandlascivious on March 21, 2007.

9 Responses to “This Picture Was Taken in Iran. . .”

  1. If you look at the whole set of pictures linked on Drudge you can see that everyone actually taking part in the burning are wearing hoods and masks. How brave of them. They’re really standing up for what they believe…

  2. Yeah, I guess they were trying to look more like their heroes in the Middle East. You know, the jihad crowd.

  3. I’m going to be sick.

    Hoods and masks – like a kangaroo court; like assassins. No surprise there.

  4. I agree that it’s tacky and cheesy, but does it really matter. What does it really matter if some wookies burn a soldier in effigy. Does that make the country any less safe of the war in Iraq and more valid? No, it does neither. This is just a red herring thrown out there and it catches peoples’ attentions but does nothing to make the war in Iraq any more appealing.

  5. In my opinion, whether or not it makes the country more/less safe, or the war in Iraq more/less appealing (as if it were about appeal and image, God help us if that’s all we care about). It’s important because it’s simply unacceptable to burn our service men and women in effigy. We have plenty of savage enemies in other countries who drag their bodies through the streets, dismember and behead them for fun, burn their bodies: the real-life version of what these “peace” activists were clearly imitating. No one in this country, for any cause whatsoever, should EVER imitate this savagery. When they do it, they should be exposed for the treasonous pricks they are (“peace” lovers my ass).
    Of course, they have the right to do it under the 1st Amendment, blah blah blah, and no one is denying them the right to be jihad wannabes. But it goes way beyond “tacky” and “cheesy.” As the sister and cousin of soldiers who have been in Iraq, I feel I can say that with authority.

  6. Nice post.

    I think that it is a good thing that these morons show everyone just how “peaceful” they really are. The best part is they hurt themselves more by protesting, then we ever could by locking them up. Good work you morons…

    I thank your family for their service, and you for your dedication to them.

    God bless,

  7. Thank you, Knight! 🙂

  8. You are absolutely welcome. 😉

  9. At some point the far left will go too far even for some of the DNC. Again, remember this is fast becoming the base of the majority party.

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