Rosie Blows "Separation" Out the Window

14 09 2006

Filed under: Rosie O’Donnell, The View, Feminist, Humanist, Islam, Christianity

Rosie O’Donnell and her co-host feminists/humanists on The View made some waves with her comment about equating “radical Islam” with the threat of “radical Christianity” in America.

This is about as absurd as a liberal can get. Although I will not put it past Michael Moore or Mother Sheehan to top her.

Michelle Malkin and Mary Katharine Ham expose Rosie’s liberal outburst as an absurdity and provide a suggestion:

Rosie, I recommend you invite Bruce Bawer on your show to cure you of your abject ignorance.

Let it not be forgotten, after all, how countries ruled by Koranic law treat their homosexual citizens. Under the Taliban, Afghanistan put at least ten homosexuals to death; on New Year’s Day, 2002, our good friends in Saudi Arabia beheaded three men for sodomy. According to one report, Iran has executed several thousand men for homosexuality since 1979. Even in Egypt, with its relatively moderate and secular government, a widely publicized mass arrest of suspected homosexuals in early 2001 resulted in the torture and imprisonment of dozens of males as young as fifteen. And these figures are undoubtedly dwarfed by the annual number of “honor killings” of female family members who have strayed sexually (or who have shamed their families by being raped)–a form of murder that is so much a part of traditional Muslim culture that it goes unprosecuted even in relatively moderate Islamic countries like Jordan. In May 2002, Amnesty International reported that in Pakistan at least three honor killings occur every day, and that the perpetrators are usually not even arrested, although their identities tend to be known to family, neighbors, and even the police.

What do all these liberal women who pretend to speak for women have to say about that? Or about Pakistan’s cave-in to the sharia-enforcers who protect and coddle rapists in the name of Islam?

Maybe The View should invite Mohammed Khatami for a comparative religion chat.

Rosie’s words, “Radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America where we have separation of church and state.”, are doubly false. It’s not difficult to see the stark differences in Radical Islam and Christianity.

Kevin Porter rattles them off:

Christians are brought up to love one another.

Islamic Fascists arebrought up to kill anyone who cannot be converted to their radical beliefs.

Christians do not run the government [exclusively] and FORCE people to follow the tenets of christianity or die.

Islamic Fascists take away the rights of all its people (except those in charge, who seem to be quite wealthy) according to their particular brand Islam, and KILLS those who question it.

See the difference?

Probably not. The left is too blinded by their own hatreds to see the truth.

This country does not have a separation of church and state, Rosie, in the sense that I know you are referring to. I just covered this earlier today.

As I wrote earlier, “The Church cannot mingle in the institutional affairs of civil government. Neither can its officers. In the same way, civil government cannot disturb the ministry and operation of the Church by tampering with the Church’s doctrines or courts. Nowhere, however, does the First Amendment prohibit individuals or government from applying religious precepts to the legislative and judicial agenda of the State.”

Christians can not only influence and participate in government actions, but the government can participate in Christian actions and neither violates the First Amendment!

So rest easy, Rosie. You may not like what you see, but no one will be forcing you to be a Christian else you die.

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