Bad Guys

A Pointless Argument Over the Bigger Terror Threat

Dylann Roof and Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez have a lot in common.

Their terrorism shocked the nation, creating a uniform sense of profound sadness, pain and confusion. Both young men thought they were justified in arming themselves to the teeth and trying to slaughter as many of their fellow Americans as possible. This, they believed, would advance their individual causes.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I can’t blame the Muslims for thinking that way, considering the round of “inclusive and tolerant” ass kissing that the left and mainstream have been doing since 9/11.
    So you can hardly blame a paranoid nutcase psychotic for thinking the same rules were going to apply to him.

    • Good point;)

    • Alain

      I object strongly to stating “their fellow Americans” in the case of the Muslim invader.

  • glasnost

    I don`t think it`s a pointless argument, Just compare the number of Dylanns to the number of Mohammeds out there killing people in order to serve an ideology.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Too rye aye.

  • African

    Targeting deceptively people praying in a church and gunning them down was far more evil than the islamic terrorist who targeted uniformed marines. Shooting and murdering praying people in a church who welcomed you into their midst is unparalleled pure wickedness!