Tuesday, May 20, 2008

President plans to kill off all homosexuals

The president of Gambia, that is:
Addressing supporters at the end of his meet the farmers tour here Sunday. Jammeh also ordered any hotel or motel housing homosexuals to close down, adding that owners of such facilities would also be in trouble.

He said the Gambia was a country of believers, indicating that no sinful and immoral act as homosexual would be tolerated in the country. He warned all homosexuals in the country to leave, noting that a legislation “stricter than those in Iran ” concerning the vice would be introduced soon.
Dare we inquire as to their primary faith? Yep. Note to Barack--better get 'em on the carrot and stick list...

4 comments:

LASunsett said...

//Note to Barack--better get 'em on the carrot and stick list...//

Priceless, isn't it?

To paraphrase Mark Steyn in an interview on TV this evening:

Those that want to talk, only want to talk. They don't want to do anything constructive. They want to talk out front and keep doing what they are doing, behind the scenes.

Nancy Soderburg was the other interviewee opposite of Steyn. She couldn't make any sense, if she had instructions.

Bottom Line: You are right. Carrot and a stick will not work.

A.C. McCloud said...

Saw it, too. Soderberg has zero room to talk considering her role on the National Security Council in the mid 90s when America was being attacked left and right and bin Laden was declaring war on us. Steyn was just shaking his head.

Mustang said...

Maybe Dr. Doodoo should postpone his trip to America and consider stopping by for a chat with the President of Gambia.

I actually choked on a sip of coffee when Ahmadinejad stated that there are no homosexuals in Iran. It had to have been one of the most “tongue-in-cheek” statements ever uttered. I’ve now heard two urban legions about this: one is that all homosexuals moved away to another ‘less conservative’ Islamic state; the other is that most homosexuals work as testing/efficiency experts for a cherry-picker company.

You know if people spent the same amount of time focusing on hunger as they do homosexuals behavior, there would be a lot fewer folks going to sleep hungry.

A.C. McCloud said...

Few are making a connection between the Sha'ria law of Gambia and homosexual rights in Gambia so far. Surely we'll see some outrage soon, like from Andrew Sullivan perhaps.