Apparently mistaking pranks for crimes is rampant all over the country. This time it’s not sharia, at least. No, it’s just another object lesson in the real crime of letting government run schools.
The principal, vice-principal, cops and district attorney should all be fired for this. But they won’t be.
Well, the citizens of McMinnville can sleep easy knowing that there is so little crime there that the cops have nothing better to do.
When a story like this fails to identify the perp by name or give a description, it used to mean it was someone of a protected race. Now it more likely means his name was Mohammed. Sure, it could turn out to be a disgruntled Bubba. But holding back info just makes me suspicious.
Meanwhile, some fruitbats are voluntarily removing themselves from the gene pool. And Seattle finally has a good idea.
I see no downside. Let’s hope these ideas catch on.
Not only are the taxi drivers ready for Jihad, so is the musical theatre.
There’s nothing quite like Christopher Hitchens indignant. And he has every right to be.
I cannot disagree with a word of his latest on Slate.
This has to stop, and it has to stop right now. There can be no concession to sharia in the United States. When will we see someone detained, or even cautioned, for advocating the burning of books in the name of God? If the police are honestly interested in this sort of “hate crime,” I can help them identify those who spent much of last year uttering physical threats against the republication in this country of some Danish cartoons. In default of impartial prosecution, we have to insist that Muslims take their chance of being upset, just as we who do not subscribe to their arrogant certainties are revolted every day by the hideous behavior of the parties of God.
Read the whole thing.
Michelle Malkin has a pop quiz.
A comment at Jihad Watch has a funny idea:
Call the NY ACLU. Demand they take action.
AllahPundit has a legal rundown making it clear that, at most, the Koran flusher could be charged with petty theft.
If CAIR – the pro-terrorist, unindicted co-conspirators – and its ilk can get away with calling for this kind of malicious prosecution that does more to lose the war than anything AQ could pull off in Iraq.
We need a firestorm of protest to descend on that prosecutor’s office. And on CAIR.