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The Muslim unrest in the Middle East is slight chance of showers and Tampa constant and similar importance to most Americans what we never see.
American outrage we're just too nice I don't count Occupy Wall Street -- outrage against America which most of us find about a sympathetic as Casey Anthony.
They only march against American injustice not injustice against America.
So what will it take to spark real American outraged at what point we outgrow this self -- neurosis and overcome the paralysis of analysis.
What point do we grow beyond -- liberal that is for root causes.
Even 9/11 did spark violence the media expected a backlash.
Instead we agreed we art -- -- So how do you seek the extremists and out of the extremist.
With rates that's their language.
A cop buddy told me that when someone starts bothering you when you can't get away from them.
Act crazy to.
Out crazy the crazy.
The same works for countries -- solution.
Build a town.
Since we have no footage of civilized yanks acting angry we don't -- -- except after Super Bowls why not create a place where we can break.
And burn things a giant set that we ports every few months.
We could call it outrage city not to be confused with Oakland and we broadcast this big -- have been angry Middle East whenever they tick us off.
Maybe the egyptians see that they'll say to themselves.
The US they're just like -- Of course they -- also say they look pretty -- Maybe are only common language is senseless outraged making this outrage outreach so let's start crazy town now and I'll run the yoga center.
-- I I love it.
We -- do this great idea we could do this -- thought why not try it yet one that's right we got the greatest movie producers and directors in the world we could build this out and about a.
It would take two months and every time they do something like this we go -- everybody's everybody's.
Out there people bring their at least they get -- stuff he would make we can make up fictitious lax because we don't want to -- You get out of that excellent if I wouldn't believe it -- if you're in the it's got to be like all right I cats that gets done but it was -- and the most of some on like a back and if I got that mad and I went after some up and down with a fat.
Which as I say I -- raining down and locked it act it's just like I think that.
Don't understand -- because we don't react the way they react because we apologize constantly everything is we're sorry let's give -- more money let's end Everett -- and down what can we do apologize.
-- sorry what about the president when he gave his speech talking.
Did reaching out to the Muslim countries to say it's my job I feel.
You know as president to be able to reach out and to make sure that we have understanding in this country and appreciate -- makes no sense to me.
-- -- I wanna play the Jay Carney shot us that Sox.
Earlier on the White House well yes discussing.
The ball -- situation.
This is a fairly volatile situation and it is in response not to United States policy.
Obviously the administration not to the American people it is in response to.
That in no way justifies any violent reaction to it.
But this is not a case.
Protests directed at the United States.
Writ large or at US policy.
But before we -- -- the in the breaking Dixie said and I agreed with you any excuse will do for rates tell him saying that video is kind of bogus.
I don't and understand where that came from and look -- there's been anti Americanism.
Rampant in these countries going back three or four decades particularly support dictated -- -- press -- now.
-- -- -- client that's -- should you might Egypt is critical and critic of Israel.
We ought to be very careful about suggestion that the policies following through you've got a few thousand radical Islamist out here for a -- well.
How many are radical islamists who aren't necessarily on our screen right now there's the vast majority of a million iCloud.
Millions -- one point five billion.
The road that's you know there -- probably millions of the record but these people before we throw our Egyptian.
And just say the -- of the Egyptian policy Egypt is critical.
If there ever going to be peace in the Middle East it's going to be critical for Israel to have -- you do that stable if we leave it's -- -- be China it's going to be the Koreans it's gonna be -- I want them to have the problem.
Catholics -- the out and get on the media and and think about what happened the other day the media sold out they circle the wagons around their chosen one because after all.
When Mitt Romney stands up and looks presidential sounds presidential.
It embarrasses the or the community organizer.
The guy who doesn't know what to do with the Middle East so that -- becomes obvious makes a definitive statement and the media what to do the attack and for the -- in the state.
I have let -- -- from.
-- way up yet.
United States of America from the podium I think we have to make a decision is free speech a fundamental human right or is it not.
And has something happened in America over the past three years where all of a sudden now we don't stick up for the right of free -- and then we actually targeted Americans.
Or whoever it was that made a video that was even distributed in the Middle East.
The people who deserve a lot of condemnation -- the clerics who I have not -- -- told everybody to back off.
Get it in these countries and maybe a few of them have I understand that some freedom fighters across there.
But -- -- the most basic freedom that god gave every single one of us in the world.
Is that right to free speech in either stand ups about it we don't yet yeah.
Actually -- -- to proud histories being used by immediate says it -- put together.
-- these other -- what do I got out everytime some new data bad video about George Bush yeah I could still trying to figure out what video cost 9/11.
If anybody knows which one it is let me now we got blockbuster yeah sure let's yet the Titanic and -- that -- -- archetype.
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