>What If They Burned A Koran And Nobody Was There To See It?

>I guess we’ll find out as Springfield, TN’s Bob Old decided to go through with his copycat Koran burning after all:

But for all the controversy and hype, his Quran burning took place in front of just a handful of people, most of them from the media.

Old and the Rev. Danny Allen stood together in Old’s backyard, answering what they say was a message from God.

Well isn’t that special. In fact, eight journalists showed up for Old and Danny Allen’s pathetic “demonstration,” which clearly was a sad attempt to get some attention since obviously his church wanted nothing to do with it.


Three protesters stood across the street from Old’s home, holding signs that read “My husband fights terrorism and your actions perpetuate it” and “Proud of my country but ashamed of my neighbors.”

Okay, Tennesseans. Hope everyone is proud of themselves. Now can we all move along?

[UPDATE]: Read John Shuck on our new imperial religion.


Filed under Islam, mosquetroversy, religion, Tennessee

3 responses to “>What If They Burned A Koran And Nobody Was There To See It?

  1. >"Proud of my country but ashamed of my neighbors."======================That's got a nice ring to it.~

  2. >Southern Beale:Sorry, can't stay, got invited to a nice lady's house (all by myself–man that's not happened in, like, years!) for an all expenses paid roast chicken dinner. Just wanted to say that your kicking ass these days.I was cruzin' another blog and something somebody said there gived me an idee. He was talking about a recent trolling attempt by someone and referred to him as the "Teabag Village Idiot". It made me laugh, but it also made me think. Here's one for you. Teabag Village Asshat. TVA–it's just so TNeckistan!

  3. >Aw thanks Demo, I didn't know you liked cat videos so much!Have fun with your lady friend, hope the roast chicken and the company are excellent…