Skip to comments.The End of Pax Romana: Can I Get a Big Portabella with that?
Posted on 08/20/2014 5:49:56 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Before I continue, I would just like to point out an important and widely recognized (unless you are a Truther) historical note: It was Bin Laden and his band of merry Islamic Fascists who started the War on Terror not George W. Bush.
The IFs have been fighting non-Muslims since the eleventh century and show no signs of abating of their own volition. The barbaric genocides, ethno-religious cleansings, wholesale massacres and gruesome video execution of journalists may not be sufficient to get Big Guy to go all-in, butt it does seem to be sufficient to end the Pax Romana. While Pope Francis has stopped short of declaring another Crusade, he has indicated that it is time to consider the use of force against ISIS and its new Caliphate.
All I have to say is amen. Im all in with that. Boom, boom, ka-boom; bomb them back to the Paleolithic Age, and their little goats too.
Even world famous genius, physicist and pacifist no, not Barack Hussein Obama Albert Einstein, who came to regret his role in the building of the original atomic bomb has come around full circle:
I take that to mean hes okay with a quantum portabella that will turn the Islamo-fascists and the holes they climb out of into portabella dust.
Portabella h/t Dennis Miller @ 2:21, butt the whole clip is worth watching although, since it is Dennis Miller its NSFW:
Discovered on American Digest
Posted from: Michelle Obamas Mirror
Need to brush up on my “Onward Christian Soldiers” verses. Oh, and “Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition”
We will find
sooner or later
if Achmed’ll pray
to a glowing crater
now THAT’s FUNNY!
You forgot the “Burma Shave”. ;-)
Travis McGee has a slightly different, and somewhat more graphic, take on this...
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