He likes Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Yeah, yeah, that guy, still selling Darwin’s used cars [!]. But never mind, get this—he likes Ayaan Hirsi Ali:
Below is Hirsi Ali’s interview with Megyn Kelly on Fox News. Kelly did a far better job than Jon Stewart, who tried to argue that Islam is no worse than any other faith, and that even without Islam and other religions, people would still be doing exactly the same amount of bad stuff. It’s a shame that it’s mainly the right-wing interviewers who give Hirsi Ali (and criticism of Islam) a fair shake, for I intensely dislike being in bed with conservatives. (Unlike Stewart, Kelly at least lets Hirsi Ali put forth her ideas.) The contrast this between this and Stewart’s interview is a disturbing sign of how badly the Left has been hijacked by its penchant for political correctness and its fear of offending the supposed underdog.
Let’s get real here, okay: Hirsi Ali is a real person. She was fighting for her life. And she won!
From O’Leary for News: I know the feeling. It feels good. For once, one can sleep without fear.
That said: I would advise her against commenting on religion in North America without adequate background. For the vast majority here, it has not been a source of oppression. For many, it has been an escape from oppression.
So talking like it is a source of oppression just amounts to not talking to most people. It is one of those things she could buy but not sell here.
If a person wants to shout into the polar vortex, that’s okay. But don’t expect the vortex to shout back.
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