Wednesday, July 14, 2010

And yet another lone white man upset about healthcare reform

Do you still remember that initial description of the Times Square bomber, announced by N.Y.C.'s mayor and gleefully parroted by the administration and the media as the "real" terror threat? Still not so much.

As Adnan Khan sifted through the rubble in this northwest Pakistani village Saturday, his grief mingled with a sense of disbelief. Of the 102 people killed by a pair of suicide bombers here the day before, 10 were his relatives. Aunts, uncles, cousins — all perished in the deadliest attack in Pakistan this year. . . . Local journalists told The Associated Press that Pakistani Taliban spokesman Akramullah Mohmand had called them late Friday and claimed responsibility.

I don't think Akramullah Mohmand is a lone white man upset about healthcare reform.

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