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'Slander' And Free Speech Are One And The Same

CrazyJustin Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 11:05 AM
The "future" refers to both time and afterlife, "must not" (as opposed to will not or won't or doesn't) means he is taking a stand to act on their behalf, "belong" as in to rule or be in control, "to those who slander", not just about the video - anyone who has an opinion that upsets the Muslims whether accurate or not, "prophet of Islam", notice he didn't say Mohammed - not addressing by name but by honorable description - would be like like saying the Savior of Christianity, or the G-d of Abraham, etc. Now add that all together and what do you get? A message to the Muslims as to where his heart and mind reside and what his intentions are. The main stream media neglect is primarily responsible for the upcoming downfall of the US.
CrazyJustin Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 11:10 AM
Abating this effort is the dysfunctional Romney campaign management team who is not pounding this issue and not going after Obama's character. This is a reflection on Romney making a poor executive decision on his campaign team. He cannot beat Obama on policy or facts (there are no facts anymore, just spin to confuse). He must crush Obama's "likability" with a character assassination.

Who said the following: "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam."

Iran's Ahmadinejad? Egypt's Morsi? Some little-known, fatwa-flinging cleric increasing the bounty on Salman Rushdie's head?

None of the above. The words are President Obama's, and he spoke them this week to the U.N. General Assembly.

No Big Media outlet reported this stunning pronouncement. It's as if Ronald Reagan addressed the National Association of Evangelicals in 1983 and the media failed to report that he used the phrase "evil empire." To make the comparison more direct, imagine if a Republican president declared that "the future must not belong...