Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Solidarity in Demand

Earlier today I posted on the importance to standing strong in solidarity with those the fanatics would silence. The Radio Equalizer has an exclusive interview with Bill Handel, the DJ currently underfire from CAIR for making light of the muslim victims of a stampede during hajj on their way to a stoning.

What? Doesn't everyone get in a hurry for the stoning exhibitions? Please. Don't even act like you don't know. Just what will everyone be wearing? Some years it's the dressy black cocktail outfit or sometimes it's the bermuda shorts kind of thingy. It is just so hard.

Handel's response to CAIR is precious:
On his program yesterday, Handel said he would apologize, but only if CAIR agreed to denounce "all bombing or attacks where intended victims are innocent citizens," to acknowledge Israeli sovereignty and to verify that the group has never had connections with any terrorist group or sponsor.

If those conditions are met, "I'll be more than happy to apologize for offending people, I'll apologize all day long," Handel said in a live 12-minute response to CAIR's complaint.

In the RadioEqualizer's interview Handel had this to say:
I think this has given us an opportunity to really look at CAIR and see what they really stand for. And I also think this has given us an opportunity to look at ourselves and see what we really stand for.

The First Amendment is extremely important, and that's what we stand for. One other thing: try going to Google, type in "CAIR terror" and see what pops up!
Amen brother. I've never listened to this guy in my life, but I'm loving his thought processes here.

Look here to see those google results.

Spread the word to your friends and neighbors. Handel and Denmark standing up to these bullies is a refreshing turn of events.

Spines, spines, everywhere are spines...

(Well except for Bill Clinton that is! When do you think it's going to hit him that he clumsily jumped off the wrong talking point without properly vetting the breezy polling data? The old boy is getting rusty I tell ya!)