The Non News Item of the Day

by Les Carpenter
Rational Nation USA


Here I go. I suppose I could become exceedingly upset over this image to my left. But I have just made a conscience decision to not let it bother me. You see I will simply no longer allow myself to be distracted by,  for the lack of a better phrase, meaningless bulls*it. I refuse to be distracted by what amounts to nothing other than... well just more distraction.

I suppose that for those who live in constant fear of all things remotely Muslim the image to my immediate left will strike at the heart and soul of everything Christian. You'll have to forgive me for I just don't see it.

In fact what I see is just a half Crescent Moon (the Muslim symbol) overshadowed by a full American flag and some clouds. What this image signifies to me is merely a couple basic truths and no more. Certainly nothing to get all worked up about.

The first truth is that America, with  her values and principles by far overshadows the repressive seventh century values of a despotic and cruel so called prophet named Muhammad.

The second truth is simply that America, if it remains true to it's principles and values has nothing to fear from a religious doctrine that is 1400 years out of touch with the modern world.

So I simply pass it off for the animal poop that it really  represents. America is by far better than the bat sh*t of extremist Islam. The picture above and to my left therefore represents American moral superiority as well as strength.

I guess I have already spent by far too much time on this supposed "news" item. So lets just all go have a drink, a fine cigar, and enjoy the corrupting influence of a casino and a few voluptuous women!

Cross posted to Rational Nation USA.

Via: Memeorandum 

3 comments:

  1. I promise I'm not trying to make this sound snarky.

    What you should see is simply the word Google with the flag pole being the "L" and the top part of the "e" covered by the flag. Google does this kind of stuff all the time with their logo. They don't lean to the right much at all but I do believe all they were doing here was their version of flying the flag on vets day.

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  2. Groundhog is correct, I believe, though it was a careless bit of artwork. The folks at Google are only smart in a geeky sort of way.

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  3. I agree, Les. Totally non-newsworthy!

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