Friday, September 14, 2012

Muslims torch KFC in Lebanon, pic

Muslim rioters, having found difficulty getting to the American embassy, set fire to the KFC in Lebanon.

11 comments:

LL said...

Have they NO shame?

The Colonel?

I wonder what the reaction would be if we removed halal food in the US?

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I hope KFC doesn't rebuild. Lost jobs in Lebanon ... too bad.

WoFat said...

Burning a KFC? Damn! What swine. They have no humanity. On the other hand, this might obama to act.

Silverfiddle said...

Burning down fast food restaurants is a favorite pastime of Latin American leftists as well.

Doom said...

On the one hand: I have to think these are the islamists who most resemble our jurors (well the snark stereotype of them), people not quite quick enough or with a life enough to find a legitimate reason to not be selected. Which is good, for us. They just couldn't quite get to the embassy.; And attacking a fast food joint? Really? That is as good as it gets?; And who works there but muslims, duh.; If too, the act is an exact if stupidified, dumbed down, version of the rest of their savagery and just as barbaric.

On the other hand? KFC? They have gone to pot. Literally? If ours got burned I can't say I would miss it. They used to be a well loved fast food joint. I simply can't tolerate them anymore. I literally can't eat much of their food, which says something about a gourmand who is often half starving. I go to the local store and get their deep-fried chicken on the rare occasion such sounds good and I can't get to cooking it myself. Much better.

el chupacabra said...

Oh, the humanity!

Rick Street said...

They need a mushroom cloud sometime soon.

Kid said...

islam is a street gang on steroids

Nate said...

I'm surprised the Hardee's is still standing - they serve bacon, after all.

Nate said...

I'm surprised the Hardee's is still standing - they serve bacon, after all.

Euripides said...

The US simply cannot play the appeasement game without getting burned. The Obama administration cannot place public blame on a silly movie, while ignoring the deep-seated resentment of the Arab nations.