Friday, June 03, 2005

Just When You Thought The Islamofascists Had Reached The Limits of Depravity . . .

. . . this depressing and outrageous report from the Scotsman is evidence that our enemies are still plumbing the depths of inhumanity. I had not seen the report, whic appeared in the Scotsman on January 31, until today.

According to the story, on Iraq's election day, "police at the scene of one the Baghdad blasts said the bomber appeared to have Down’s Syndrome."

Words fail me, except to say that there is surely a special place in hell for these people.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, Hedgehog,

The LA Times has a "cure" for this type of terrorist activity. They promote aborting Down's babies. That way they wouldn't grow up to be pawns of the terror masters.
http://www.okieonthelam.com/?p=579

That spot in hell is going to have to be pretty big! 

Posted by Okie

Friday, June 03, 2005 9:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lowell:

This story dates back to the election -- I posted on it extensively at the time. It is godawful, but you might want to make your dates clear. Not the reference to polling place int he Scotsman story. 

Posted by John Schroeder (Blogotional)

Friday, June 03, 2005 5:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks, John. I fixed it (I think).

Lowell 

Posted by The Hedgehog

Friday, June 03, 2005 7:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read the LA Times article about the abortion story. The story hit home to me because my youngest brother was born with Down Syndrome 31 years ago and the blessings from his presence have impacted all who have known him for the better. I would disagree, however, that the LA Times was promoting abortion in the article. That, in my opinion, is a somewhat hysterical reaction because the article didn't condemn the woman who made the decision. Isn't that what most of you supposedly desire? The media to withold judgment and just report the news? As far as this story regarding the possible use of a handicapped person to deliver a bomb I find it very disturbing---but only by a few degrees. Influencing young people of average intelligence to do the same thing is really not a whole lot better.  

Posted by Anonymous

Friday, June 03, 2005 8:41:00 PM  

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