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Barack Hussein Obama, yemach shemo.

Two Hebrew words to be forever associated with America’s Islamist-in-Chief.

May his name be blotted out.

He is now in the good company of others whose names are always followed by this phrase.

i.e. Haman, Hitler, Stalin,

Eichman, Mengele, and Amin al-Husseini.

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Remember the good old days when nothing got libtards in a bigger purple faced frenzied rage than the mere mention of George W. Bush’s name?

Last night I attended a panel discussion that was supposed to have nothing to do with politics yet……

The senile moderator, who couldn’t have the wherewithal to keep the microphone next to his mouth, and one of the panelist never missed an opportunity to infuse questions or answers with personal politics.

Lest you think it was colored with opinions favoring welfare reform, security or second amendment protection, I assure you it was not.

The subjects that had no business being being mentioned were calls for social justice, activism and more liberal immigration policies.

Added to that was a hefty dose of sturm und drang over a nameless presidential candidate who spumes racism, sexism and hatred.

We all know by know these are the code words glued onto the Donald because when liberals don’t have any possible retort based on substance or policy they cry victim and resort to name calling.

Trump was never my first choice but  nonetheless I felt threatened as my safe space was invaded by the micro aggression I was subjected to.

I am from now on tempted to gauge my support of anyone by how much they are hated by the left. They are so wrong about so many things that I just have to love whatever it is they hate the most.

Which brings me to my next point.

Why is it that so many people are happier than me. I see people smiling and laughing when so many times i am holding back tears.

It’s just not fair.

I am calling for  nationwide action in the interest of emotional justice.Anyone who is happy or having fun should be responsible for making sure that i am just as happy as them, no matter what it takes.

Today I think that i could be very happy with a President Trump.

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We must all join together and condemn France  for the disproportionate response to the acts of resistance carried out in Paris last week.

France must be pressured to do whatever it takes to end the cycle of violence between the French and Muslims.

Countless innocent lives are being taken by indiscriminate French air attacks that target civilians.

We call on all entities, both public and private to boycott French products, academics and services; divest from any economic ventures; and sanction the country of France under the harshest of terms.

We only want to see Frenchmen and Muslims living side by side in peace in two states.

Muslims should not have to endure living under French occupation.

We are all ISIS

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If you know anything about Pakistani porn or vaginas then you are quite familiar with my newly nascent opinion of “journalists”

Until there is a reformation, restoration and reconstruction in this industry on the magnitude of what is required of Islam, the scare quotes are justified.

In this day and age of “news” being entertainment and the only news that matters is what pertains to entertainers, forever may the two be conflated, we here at TMQ2 proudly salute,

TED BAXTER: AN AMERICAN HERO

Some little known facts about Ted;

When he asked out the prom queen she shot him down.

His favorite TV show as a kid was Whirlybirds.

He encouraged his daughter to get naked and have public sex for Lena Dunham so he wouldn’t be thought of as a helicopter parent.

He was the inspiration and role model for TV heart-throb Brian Williams.

Brian, in case you haven’t heard, has just been awarded an official TMQ2 invitation to:

SHUT THE FUCK UP

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Please pay special attention to the last two paragraphs.

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Look What The Media “Purposely” Ignored

By Mychal Massie | 17 Sep 2013 | Daily Rant

You want to know just how biased and disreputable the media are? Consider this past week.

This is America

This is America!

Approximately 1.2 million, if not more, motorcyclists rode into Washington, D.C. to show respect and remembrance for those who were murdered by Muslim terrorists on September 11, 2001. We’re talking a line of bikers 55 miles long and 4 bikes across. The deafening silence of the media pursuant to reporting on this epic show of determinism and patriotism is morally opprobrious even by the media’s own low standards.

The over 1 million motorcyclists were, in effect, the antimycin to the fungus of arrogance by Muslims who had planned to hold a march on Washington to protest how unfairly they are being treated in America. And to do so, they chose the day that their own kind had murdered innocent Americans in 2001 and had murdered again in 2012.

Washington and the media did their best to discourage and minimize the stoicism of the bikers. They were denied permits and police escorts, and the media have refused to acknowledge their magnanimous display of American patriotism. (more…)

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by Phil Mushnick

As a registered but less-than-loyal Democrat, I long scoffed at the long-held notion that the news media have a left-leaning, anti-Republican bias.

I didn’t believe it, primarily because I chose not to believe it. Plus, the media confirmed for me that mine was the noble side. Heck, there was no other side.

But I now know — and have for some time — that I was pulling my own leg. The notion of such a bias is not merely a notion; it’s true.

Our news media, especially as seen and heard during nationally broadcasted news, engages in highly selective story-choosing, story-telling and subsequent indignations and outrages that are first weighed on political scales.

Early this month a spectacular story was given tiny attention, and none, as far as I watched, on nightly national newscasts.

In December 2010, David Plouffe, soon to be reappointed a senior adviser to President Obama, gave two speeches in the desperately poor country of Nigeria.

Speeches for which he was paid a total of $100,000.

Holy moly! What did he have to say in Nigeria that was worth 100 grand? He must have revealed the cure for a country ranked 158th among 177 in economic development, a country in which an estimated 70% of humanity live — barely, and not for long — in severe poverty and in the mortally unhealthy conditions that accompany nothingness.

But, no, that wasn’t it. (more…)

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