Who’s giving

No wonder it’s so hard to keep up with the thought processes of Lower Wingnuttistan — they’re all over the map.

While Wingnut #1 complains that donating to Haiti makes one a hypocrite, Wingnut #2 bitches that those of a certain religious “complexion” aren’t donating enough.

The problem is that wingnuts see one incomplete article from 5 days ago and spin a self-righteous bearing.   In fact, many Muslim organizations and countries, some of whom struggle with humanitarian crises of their own, are sending help in the form of money, aid workers, food, medicine and supplies.    Even Gaza is sending what it can raise in the way of money and supplies.  Is it too much to ask that these xenophobic, paranoid pinheads educate themselves before engaging the “spew” response?

2 Responses to “Who’s giving”


  1. 1 Bina Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 1:24 pm

    OMG, Muslims are CHARITABLE???!!! Who’d of thunk?

    Well, certainly none of those self-styled “experts” on “jihad-watching” from Cloudcuckoolandia. If they did, they’d realize that charity was one of these:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Pillars_of_Islam

    …and also that Christians (or soi-disants, in the case of wingnuts) have no monopoly on giving.

    (Although a case could certainly be made for wingnuts having cornered the market on “compassion fatigue” and all those other cutesy names/excuses/blahblah they give to NOT-giving.)

  2. 2 nbb Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 10:24 pm

    Bina,

    You’re a left wing kook.


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