Monday, April 22, 2013

An attack of ignorance

Brian Kilmeade from Fox news isn't known for his expertise on foreign policy,domestic policy,women's issues,economics,professional wrestling,healthcare or terrorism. In fact I would go as far to say that he isn't an expert and probably should not be called on to discuss the issues listed above. I also am in no way an expert on any of those issues outside of the classic attitude era of WWE. What I do know however is that some ideas are just plain stupid. I also know that Brian Kilmeade is a man of stupid ideas. This wouldn't bother me if he were just ignorant of things involving the newest Miley Cyrus song or doing the stanky leg. It bothers me because his stupid ideas come at the worst times and are related to the worst topics. I don't even need to explain that last week, Boston was attacked by two terrorists who set off pressure cooker bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. It's a horrific and tragic event that America will be dealing with for some time to come. Thanks to the combined work of the FBI and the many police forces in and around the city of Boston, terrorism suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed and his younger brother Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was captured. Of course if it were up to Brian Kilmeade, this would have never happened because we would have prevented it through good old fashioned racial profiling. Of course this idea would have failed because these two guys are Caucasian. They're so white that they're literally from the Caucasia region. This is literally thousands of miles away from the middle eastern terrorists that Kilmeade mentions in the first clip. If the two guys are white,why is he upset about the government not racially profiling Arabs more than it already does? Click,watch and be amazed by a discussion of dumbness.

Oh, and if we can't racially profile people, can we please go back to harassing Muslims? Click and watch two more old white guys blame a mosque in Massachusetts that kicked one of the terrorists out for being a crazy bigot, for the Boston terror attack.