Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Trump Just Asked O’Reilly And Fox News One Simple Question That Many Are Wondering

Donald Trump doesn’t think there’s much point in listening to Karl Rove. He’s not alone.
On Wednesday, Trump tweeted his latest salvo at Fox News in general and Rove in particular.
“Why does @oreillyfactor and @FoxNews always have Karl Rove on. He spent $430 million and lost ALL races. A dope who said Romney won election,” tweeted the billionaire. Trump’s tweet came shortly after Rove appeared on Fox News and downplayed recent poll results that show Trump surging in the GOP 2016 presidential primary.
“Every poll has me wining BIG,” Trump later tweeted. “If you listen to dopey Karl Rove, A trump hater, on @oreillyfactor you would think I’m doing poorly.”

Rove appears on many Fox News programs to provide political analysis. However, his status may be slipping. After TheBlaze reported on the latest chapter in the Trump-Rove feud, its website logged comment after comment taking Trump’s side.
“If there is one thing that is clear this time around on both the Democrat and Republican side it is that people have had it with the established political structure!” commented a poster using the name ‘John 1776.’ “Rove is part of that structure, so his analysis is most likely completely obsolete. Not much point in listening to him.”
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“I’ve asked that same question (as Trump) Why do they continue to interview Rove when all he is is a has-been political advisor who’s been wrong more than he’s been right,” wrote a reader using the name ‘hialtitude.’
Many commenters expressed their feelings that differences between Rove and Trump represent fundamental differences between the party establishment and the people.
“Trump has a strategy and microphone. You don’t make that much money, even if you start with money, by being an idiot. He is working the press over as well as the D.C. establishment. He is taking on the pundit and consulting class and walking all over them. Amazing when you don’t have to grovel for money from people for your campaign how it frees your mouth,” wrote a reader using the name ‘gz22ll.’
h/t: TheBlaze

The Hills have eyes..Woodlands Texas.. #BlackLivesMatter
[The Hills Have Eyes..oh my... Monica family clan member]  

What the hell is in the water in Woodlands Texas?...has to be the water as Woodlands isn't near the NewMexico desert where the A-bomb was the water must be the cause of the mutation !
And by the way Monica there is a old saying:  'It isn't nice for those who live in glass houses to throw stones'
What if people suggested you be executed for one of the deadly sins "Gluttony" Get the drift young lady?

She can’t be serious, can she? Yes, she is. Who do you think she voted for?
Houston area #BlackLivesMatter supporter Monica Foy took to Twitter to insist that slain Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth deserved to be executed and implied his “creepy perv eyes” were somehow justification for why he was shot from behind and then had a 15-round magazine unloaded into his lifeless body. Foy lives in the Woodlands, just north of Houston, Texas.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

THE RELIGION OF OH-PLEASE: This Koran Carbon-dating Could Rock Islam’s Insane World

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Please forward this to anyone currently enrolled in Mohammed’s School of Suicide Bombers.
Fragments of the world’s oldest Koran, found in Birmingham last month, may predate the Prophet Muhammad and could even rewrite the early history of Islam, according to scholars.
The pages, thought to be between 1,448 and 1,371 years old, were discovered bound within the pages of another Koran from the late seventh century at the library of the University of Birmingham.
Written in ink in an early form of Arabic script on parchment made from animal skin, the pages contain parts of the Suras, or chapters, 18 to 20, which may have been written by someone who actually knew the Prophet Muhammad – founder of the Islamic faith.  

The pages were carbon-dated by experts at the University of Oxford, a process which showed the Islamic holy book manuscript could be the oldest Koran in the world.
The discovery was said to be particularly significant as in the early years of Islam, the Koran was thought to have been memorised and passed down orally rather written.
But now several historians have said that the parchment might even predate Muhammad. 

It is believed that the Birmingham Koran was produced between 568AD and 645AD, while the dates usually given for Muhammad are between 570AD and 632AD.
Historian Tom Holland, told the Times: 'It destabilises, to put it mildly, the idea that we can know anything with certainty about how the Koran emerged - and that in turn has implications for the history of Muhammad and the Companions.'
Keith Small, from the University of Oxford's Bodleian Library, added: 'This gives more ground to what have been peripheral views of the Koran's genesis, like that Muhammad and his early followers used a text that was already in existence and shaped it to fit their own political and theological agenda, rather than Muhammad receiving a revelation from heaven. 

When it was found last month he said: 'This could well take us back to within a few years of the actual founding of Islam.
'According to Muslim tradition, the Prophet Muhammad received the revelations that form the Qur'an, the scripture of Islam, between the years AD 610 and 632, the year of his death.
'At this time, the divine message was not compiled into the book form in which it appears today. Instead, the revelations were preserved in 'the memories of men'.
'Parts of it had also been written down on parchment, stone, palm leaves and the shoulder blades of camels.

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