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May 6, 2010

MSM: Times Square Bomber’s Motive a “Mystery”

While the Lib Media, and the Dems for whom they carry water, have almost psychic abilities in reading a Teabagger’s mind for his true motives (i.e., racism, hate, anger, militias and oh, did I say racism?), the true motivations of the Times Square bomber who travelled to Pakistan to train in a terrorist camp remains a mystery to them.

It wasn’t clear whether Shahzad would appear in federal court on Wednesday; a court hearing was canceled Tuesday in part because of Shahzad’s continuing cooperation with investigators, but authorities said they had shed little light on what might have motivated him.

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Yeah, it’s a mystery what motivated him if you’re a moron, or working in  the Lib Media!  Not to anybody else.  Going on 9 years after 9/11 and these dolts are still flumoxed.  They’re so confused there’s not a single mention of “Islam” nor “Muslim” nor “jihad” in that entire sanitized media release.  As if following Janet Napolitano’s and Barack Obama’s directives, all references to Islam have been dissapeared from the MSM narrative.  Utterly surreal.  Like Pravda.  Perhaps, like Major Hassan, the Times Square bomber is suffering from “PTSD.”  Or maybe he lost his mortgage.  Or someone looked at him funny.  It could be anything!  lol  Anything but JIHAD.

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3 Comments »

  1. the whole country has gone mad

    Comment by paleocon — May 6, 2010 @ 00:22

  2. It shows the level of utter contempt these elites have for their proles. It’s not their job to inform us, it’s their job to “manage” us, like cattle. Which essentially is the very purpose of PC– crowd control.

    Comment by Jesusland — May 6, 2010 @ 00:34

  3. ‘manage’ is the optimal term here. the irony is that Liberal PC is supposedly based on the the premise of a sensitivity to contextuality, but at a political level they love to apply their philosophy broadly and generally. That is why a true liberal who is really concerned about ‘contextuality’ can only be a conservative and, in some ways, an anti-federalist.

    Comment by paleocon — May 6, 2010 @ 08:22


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