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From the Department of The Truth Hurts, Doesn’t It?, comes this story about how We Don’t CAIR designated piehole Ibriham Hooper has once again been offended that Americans would dare  to tell the truth about him and his Religion of Peace (My Ass).

A local radio talk show host touched off complaints from an Islamic civil rights organization yesterday after repeatedly describing Islam on the air as “a terrorist organization” that is “at war with America.”

In other news, the sun rose in the east, water was discovered to be wet, and the sky turned out to be blue.

The organization, the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), asked the station to take disciplinary action against Michael Graham, who hosts WMAL-AM’s late-morning call-in program.

A station executive, Randall Bloomquist, said yesterday that Graham’s comments were “amped up” but justified within the context of the program. He said the station, which is owned by the Walt Disney Co., had no plans to reprimand Graham.


The show host touched off the flap during a discussion of the Muslim community’s response to recent acts of terrorism. Graham suggested the fault lies with Muslims generally because religious leaders and followers haven’t done enough to condemn and root out extreme elements. “The problem is not extremism,” Graham said, according to both CAIR and the station. “The problem is Islam.” He also said, “We are at war with a terrorist organization named Islam.”

CAIR denounced the comments yesterday as “hate-filled” and “Islamophobic” and asked its members to contact the station’s advertisers to express their dismay.

In other words, looks like Graham hit the nail on the head, and the jackasses over at CAIR have their burqas in a wad over it.  Film at 11.

“It’s amazing,” said Ibrahim Hooper, CAIR’s communications director. “I talked with Mr. Bloomquist and asked him if he would reprimand someone who used the n-word on the air. He said yes. I asked him if he would reprimand someone who read [approvingly] from the [anti-Semitic] ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion.’ He said yes. So I asked him if he would do the same if someone had called Islam a terroristic organization. Well, he said, it’s all about context, but he never quite explained it to me.”

Well, it’s like this, Ib:  See Islamopricks.  See Islamopricks hate America.  See Islamopricks fly planes into American buildings.  See Americans not take it very well.  See Americans see you and your fellow Islamonazis for the terrorist bastards they are.

Those other folks didn’t destroy the World Trade Center and try for the Pentagon and the White House.  Your  people did.  That’s not too hard to understand, is it, Ib?

Added Hooper, “The First Amendment allows people to be idiots and bigots. All you can do is embarrass people and have them defend their reputation.

Somehow, Ibbie, I don’t think WMAL is terribly embarrassed by the whole thing.  I imagine they take it as sort of a badge of honor, y’know? (snicker)

If WMAL doesn’t feel embarrassed and doesn’t want to defend its reputation in the face of anti-Muslim bigotry, then there’s not much we can do about it.”

Except cry and whine, whine and cry, and generally make turbaned tumblefuckheads of yourselves.

F.O.E.S.G.B.R.O.A.D, Ibbie.

UPDATE:  Looks like the bastards at WMAL have broken out the kneepads for Ib Hooper and suspended Graham.

Hey, you morons – did it ever occur to you that right-thinking Americans don’t give a shit  what Ibriham Hooper thinks?  And that there are still a helluva lot more of us paying your station’s bills than there are of them?

Suggest you people reinstate Mr. Graham soonest.  Before some of those right-thinkers take their $$$$ elsewhere, y’know?

4 Comments to “Gee, Ibbie, was it something we said…?”

  1. RightWingRocker — July 26, 2005 @ 10:36 pm

    A station executive, Randall Bloomquist, said yesterday that Graham’s comments were “amped up” but justified within the context of the program. He said the station, which is owned by the Walt Disney Co., had no plans to reprimand Graham.

    Well, for allowing a man his First Amendment rights, my intense hatred for the Disney Corporation is hereby lessened.


  2. LC Wil — July 27, 2005 @ 6:40 am

    I listen to this guy every day. He’s the local on the DC station that carries Rush and Hannity, and is probably as conservative as anyone you will ever hear on the radio. And funny as hell.

    He is on AM 630 WMAL radio from 9 am to 11:45 am eastern, if you would like to listen. Go to the website, click “listen live” near the upper left corner, and choose RelPlayer, Windows media or MP3 streaming audio.

  3. LC Wil — July 27, 2005 @ 6:43 am

    Spats, my comments aren’t showing up. Is something broken?

    [Nothing's broken, Wil.  Because of the Revvvvvvv'r'nnnnnnd Mykki's "I Play With Inflatable Dolls Too, Myk!!!" batshit brigades, I'm utilizing this in lieu of Typekey.  -LSI]

    AM 630 WMAL radio has him on live 9 – 11:45 am eastern. You will love this guy.

  4. LC Wil — July 27, 2005 @ 7:00 am


    Vier Danke!

    Oh, well, off to the salt mines! Have a good one, and keep the shiny side up!


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