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How Republican Presidential Candidates Reacted To The Latest Terrorist Attack

At least 21 people died in the latest terrorist attack, a suicide bombing that took place earlier today.

In reaction, the Republican presidential candidates rushed to…

…have a second helping of turkey.

Marco Rubio issued no demands for troops on the ground to exterminate the terrorists.

Donald Trump didn’t rant at all about the need to start torturing refugees from the area.

Ted Cruz only issued a statement about a football game in Arkansas.

Why are the Republican presidential candidates ignoring this latest terrorist attack?

The victims of the terrorist attack were African Muslims.

Get the picture?

So long as you’re non-European and Muslim, the Republicans don’t give a damn about your problems with terrorists.

It’s only when terrorists attack certain types of people that the GOP starts to freak out, demanding that we launch an all-out war and surrender our civil liberties.

I’m just waiting for all the Republican voters to change their Facebook profile photos to the colors of Nigerian flag, and to post
“We are all Dakasoye” messages.


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9 thoughts on “How Republican Presidential Candidates Reacted To The Latest Terrorist Attack”

  1. Charles Manning says:

    It’s not just the Republican candidates who don’t seem to care about Shi’ite Muslims in Africa. But the hypocrisy you note is more obnoxious in the Republicans.

  2. John says:

    Hahahaha I love this site. I only subscribe to it to get a good healthy laugh every day. You left wing liberals crack me up.

  3. J Clifford says:

    Hey, John, thanks for the giggle.

    Now, how about some substantive contribution? If you disagree with the content of this article, why don’t you identify what’s wrong with it, and begin a discussion?

    The pose of “Ha, ha, your ideas aren’t worth talking about” is one usually taken by people who actually just don’t know what to say.

    You’re welcome to comment here, if you have something intelligent to say.

  4. Nathan Norman says:

    Here’s my campaign reaction:

  5. ella says:

    What did the Democrat candidates say? When whites are killed in Europe, do the Africans react any differently? Two sides to every coin. And this century has unfortunately forgotten there is a cube. There are other peoples in the world, not just the Africans complaining about the Scandinavian/European people. And the Scandinavian/European people cringing when they do. (they are not allowed to complain, not politically correct anymore) It really isn’t laughable, the whole world is facing off it would seem. Here is an article full of facts. ‘Race Wars’ Part 1: The Shocking Data on Black-on-Black Crime (April 9, 2012)

    It is not even related to terrorism as the word is defined today. But isn’t it related in the sense that many people live in fear every day of their lives? And this has been going on in America for a long time. Are the ‘blacks’ really just reaching out to whites like a battered wife calls the police to cool her husband down, get him away from her until he returns to normal? So much crime exists within their communities, but those who cannot bring themselves to leave it, need a mediator to temporarily break the cycle. Only to fall right back into it.

    These ‘terrorists’ who are looking for more territory to build their homes do not want anyone else of any other religion in their territories. They are reaching out to take from their neighbors, using them as moderators to vent the violence in their ranks. That takes many lives as well.

    Do the killers in either case care who they have killed? Only the killers can answer that question. But how long will it take to vent all of their violent behavior – this time?

    1. J Clifford says:

      Ella, do you know that there’s a great deal of “white-on-white” crime as well? Most “white” murder victims in the United States are killed by other “whites”. When is the “white” community going to get its act together?

  6. John says:

    why is isis blowing up Muslims anyway? And if that’s the case and they have no problems murdering even fellow Muslim believers I say we should take all the Muslim refugees into our country as soon as possible!!! Come on I’m totally 100% sure that none of thoes refugees have even the slightest hint of bad will towards westerners. You liberals crack me up with your ignorance. You are willing to do anything to remain politically correct. ANYTHING

  7. Peregrin Wood says:

    John, I notice that you’re not able to make a coherent positive argument, but have to resort to the posture of scoffing sarcasm. If you can’t form a clear, rational statement of your political opinion, why should other people accept what you say?

    You scoff that you’re “totally 100% sure that none of those refugees” will do harm, but that’s not a reasonable standard. Of course nobody can absolutely guarantee that all Syrian refugees will be peaceful and law-abiding. We can’t guarantee that any group of human beings will be completely peaceful and law-abiding. You can’t be serious in contending that, unless there can be a 100% guarantee of harmlessness from a group of people, that group must be banned from the United States. If such a standard were followed, the United States of America would have to be emptied of ALL people.

    What’s so disturbing about the way that Republicans are behaving in the 2016 election season is that careful, mature consideration of serious issues seems to have gone out the window. Republican politicians are making crude emotional gestures to please the crowds, and Republican voters seem to be eating it up.

    America deserves better leadership than what these Republicans have to offer.

    1. John says:

      I agree with almost everything you have to say and have taken it into account. I respect your opinion about the republican candidates, but on that note I would say that we are really in a bad spot the because I don’t see anybody on the democratic side that’s work their weight in salt. The reason I would like to see trump in there is mainly because he has not been directly involved in politics. He hasn’t had to sacrifice his morals our standards to increase his chances of climbing higher up the proverbial ladder to success. Additionally, the simple fact that he has more money than he could ever spend in 10 lifetimes makes me feel like he is our best chance at getting a leader who isn’t dancing for the corporations currently running this country. Aren’t you tired of voting in people who lie through their entire campaign, making promises they will never live up too, only to get into office and not be able to accomplish anything because their political mindset boxes them into a very narrow minded set of approaches. Trump is a wild card. But it’s the only card left worth playing.

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