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Life, cheapened by the dozen.

Leslie Brown

As a conservative satirist, I can’t help but reel from the 12 killed in Paris, at the hands of “The Religion of Peace”.

Here is a quote by the cartoonist “Charb” who was killed, for lampooning the pedophile Mohammed,

“I am not afraid of retaliation. I have no kids, no wife, no car, no credit. It perhaps sounds a bit pompous, but I prefer to die standing, than living on my knees.”

I wholeheartedly agree. Find something you would die for, and then live for it. I would happily die for G-d, truth, or country. If we think what happened in France won’t happen here, maybe look back 14 years to nearly 3,000 killed on 9/11. WTH do we think is going to happen?

The killers in France spoke perfect French according to reports. This means they were not new arrivals to the country, but rather likely had suckled on the teat of government benefits for years, never to be “won over” by their kind benefactors.

I’ve been telling y’all that “P.C.” doesn’t stand for “Politically Correct”, it stands for “Preparation for Caliphate”. How hard is this to figure out? We have emasculated the males in our country, emasculated our military, and have a pansy-*ssed Metrosexual in the highest office in the land aaaand now, thanks to our pansy-*assed Congress, we get to keep gonadless, old, panderer himself; John Boehner. Would that he would be hot or cold.

Wake up people! When are our Einsteins in government going to realize that Muslims (not all) want to chop off our heads and likely cr*p down our collective necks while they are at it.

Twelve people went to work in Paris, to do their job of shining the light on roaches and enforcing law and order. Terrorists killed them for both, so what does that tell you they stand for? Death, lies, anarchy and disorder.

Parisians chant support for the decimated news office.

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