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Keith Olbermann: Steven Emerson: “The Worst Person in the World”

27 October 2010 Loonwatch.com 3 Comments Email This Post Email This Post

O’Reilly was the runner up for his “Muslim problem” theme, but Emerson took the cake by being a sleazy scoundrel laundering non-for profit money to his for-profit outfit. Counter terrorism sure makes you a pretty penny.

Keith Olbermann: Steven Emerson “The Worst Person in the World”

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  1. Whereas blowing up buses filled with children is virtuous and gets you into heaven.

  2. What Yaakov Watkins said!!! What, Osama Bin Laden get’s a free pass, just because there are some folks who, although they’ve never murdered anyone, might have a ‘differing’ political view, and might make money in less than saintly ways? More Americans should read the Qur’an. There’s some very revealing information, in the Qur’an – including the DICTATE to ‘lie’ to the infidel to further the cause of Islam. BTW, if you’re not a Muslim, you are an infidel. Just because one is Islamophobic doesn’t mean that Islam isn’t out to get you – Islam is NOT your friend, if you happen to be a Jew, a Hindi, a Christian, or an gay atheist, for that matter!!!

  3. It is human nature to be anxious in a situation that historically proved fatal for so many people. We are biologically wired to sense danger. I volunteered to accompany Muslim women on their errands after 911-I felt concern for them. But if I were on a plane and a group of Muslim men travelling together got aboard-the thought of what happened on 911 would naturally cross my mind. It probably would cross the minds of those Muslim women as well. We truthfully admit to being human! I’ve only listened to NPR a few times and thought it sounded like the news was being read by programed robots. Maybe they really are programed robots-it explains their disdain for honest human emotion.

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