December 18th, 2008 22:03 EST
Rag Head Who Threw Shoes at Bush Begs for Pardon
Muntadhar al-Zeidi, the brain-dead Iraqi reporter who became a hero to millions of Islamofascists and air headed American liberals for throwing his shoes at President Bush, no longer walks with the swagger and arrogance of a proud Islamofascist.
Indeed, the reporter who obviously failed Anger Management 101, is whistling a different tune these days as he grovels on the floor of his cell begging for a pardon and an act of kindness from other rag heads in Iraq.
As reported in Breitbart, in part,: (1),
"A spokesman for Iraq`s prime minister says the journalist who threw his shoes at President George W. Bush has asked for a pardon.
"Spokesman Yassin Majid says that in a letter sent Thursday to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki the journalist described his behavior as "an ugly act" and asked to be pardoned.
"Al-Zeidi, a correspondent for an Iraqi-owned television station based in Cairo, Egypt, could face two years imprisonment for insulting a foreign leader."
Al-Zeida`s case brings with it an interesting question, "How should Al-Zeidi`s shoe toss be handled by the Iraqi government?"
As I see it, there are four plausible outcomes:
* Release Al-Zeidi so he can get look for work at the New York Times, CNN, or PBS, where his anti-American views would fit right in with the prevailing culture, or
* Release him to the care and attention of the meanest and most cruel Iranian Sunnis that will take him, or
* Hang him to death with the rope that was used to snuff Saddam Hussein, or
*Beat him senseless with Hussein`s old shoes.
How would you vote? Write-ins NOT allowed!
Referenced Link: (1)