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  •  Amen, that is where it is at. (7+ / 0-)

    He knows his audience.

    For people like D'Souza, the religious strife in India and especially the brutality of the Narendra Modi regime in Gujarat in 2001/2002 I think, was something that must have galvanized him.

    Dinesh seeks to become the al Qaeda, or the Laskar e Toiba that he actually admires and wishes to infuse with a Christian face.

    This is the message of D'Souza.  Religious extremeism that is really extreme.

    What to do?  Well, first we can ignor him, for he is a political loon from the far right, and our public is not some monolithic slovering beast ready for any wa-hoo gun thug to come down the road.  He has only the nutball right to pander to, and we have the police and the courts to stop murderers.

    D'Souza is a coward.  He has no strenght of his convictions, and like Nietzsche before him he has no ability to do the dirty work.  Nietzsche had an excuse, he was syphilitic.  This Americanized attempt at Lashkar e Toiba, this wannabee, named D'Souza is a yellow elephant and just plain yellow anyway.

    Now if he would put as much efoort and anger into an Indianized version of Phillip Marlow, a sort of Marlow with tandoor bread and coriander chutney he might really become a best selling author.

    If you are worried about loons from the right wing breaking into your house, get yourself a gun and learn how to use it.  If not, then laugh at this pompous horse's ass Dinesh D'Souza, he deserves it, and some vegetables thrown at him too.  

    The Butcher's Bill at 08:00AM, on 3/2/07 is now at 3166 of our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters killed because of Bush's lies, and incompetence.

    by boilerman10 on Fri Mar 02, 2007 at 10:38:15 AM PST

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    •  nailed it (3+ / 0-)
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      D'Souza is a coward.  He has no strenght of his convictions, and like Nietzsche before him he has no ability to do the dirty work.

      This is why I love watching guys like Stewart and Colbert--not even experts, just people with some measure of common sense and verbal dexterity--take him on. Unlike Coulter, that unapologetic would-be pogromist, D'Shitbag seems to hesitate before calling for the violent repression of those with whom he disagrees. It's like he knows he has to do so, to please the people who finance him, but his heart isn't quite in it.

      He's not so much Goebbels or Himmler as George H.W. Bush trying to show enthusiasm for pork rinds.

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