Thursday, September 23, 2010

Send the security bill to the reactionary Muslims…

It appears that if a church, or any other organization or individual does anything to offend any easily offended Muslim, they will have to pay for their own security.

Given that Muslims are psychotically reactionary and so easily offended, a lot of us could receive a hefty security bill.  If the actions of Gainesville, FL, are any indication, it appears those who offend or express the truth about Islam will be billed for security.  Muslims don’t need to engage in terror acts to stifle free expression.  Their psychotic reaction to insults works wonders.  Fear of  receiving a $200K security bill is more than enough to chill first amendment liberties. 

Someone needs to pay for security when Muslims feel that Muhammad or Islam is insulted. It’s either the taxpayers or those exercising their free speech.  Wait!  How about those who threaten life and property who are too easily offended?  How about billing them?

News flash:  The problem is not free speech.  The problem is reactionary Muslims egged on by their hate-filled, intolerant, Qur’an-inspired Islamic religion.  From ABC News “Money”…

Gainesville Will Bill Terry Jones at Least $200K; Preacher Says Church Will Move


Sept. 21, 2010

The controversial Florida pastor who threatened to burn Korans on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks is expected to be billed at least $200,000 by the city of Gainesville for costs associated with the stunt.

Pastor Terry Jones, who got international attention with his on-again, off-again plan to burn 200 copies of Islam's holiest book, said the costs would essentially bankrupt his 50-member church, the Dove World Outreach Center.

"That would be impossible for us to pay," Jones said. "That would bankrupt us, of course."

Jones, 58, vowed to fight the security bill in court and said he plans to move his church to Tampa because of what he called a lack of support in Gainesville.

The maverick preacher eventually called off his protest after increasing pressure from Washington and beyond.

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