Monday, December 04, 2006

HirshelTzig's America

Last week, my good friend HirshelTzig berated me for demonstrating too much sympathy for American Muslims. In his view, I was too concerned about "their feelings."

Well, HirshelTzig and his fellow travelers will be pleased to know that there is a community of American patriots in Washington D.C. who agree that Muslims shoould be mistreated, and when possible, humiliated. Their leader is a radio host named Jerry Klein. Report:
When radio host Jerry Klein suggested that all Muslims in the United States should be identified with a crescent-shape tattoo or a distinctive arm band, the phone lines jammed instantly.

The first caller to the station in Washington said that Klein must be "off his rocker." The second congratulated him and added: "Not only do you tattoo them in the middle of their forehead but you ship them out of this country ... they are here to kill us."

Another said that tattoos, armbands and other identifying markers such as crescent marks on driver's licenses, passports and birth certificates did not go far enough. "What good is identifying them?" he asked. "You have to set up encampments like during World War Two with the Japanese and Germans."
By now, lots of you are probably pumping your fists and saying "right on." A few have already written letters of support to Mr. Klein. Unfortunately, dear hearts, the joke is on you:
Finally a half hour into his show, Klien revealed the game:

"I can't believe any of you are sick enough to have agreed for one second with anything I said. For me to suggest to tattoo marks on people's bodies, have them wear armbands, put a crescent moon on their driver's license on their passport or birth certificate is disgusting. It's beyond disgusting.
See how easy it is to get fascists sickos crawling out of the woodwork when the door gets cracked open even a hair's width? This, not incidently, is what keeps the Malkins and O'Reillys and Limbaughs in business.

I'll never understand why GOP-Jews worry endlessly about people like Pelosi, people who only want Americans to have as much freedom as possible, when the real danger is from the hatemongers and their psycho audiences.

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