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Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Boston Globe article joyful about Red Sox but notes some feel Boston might have failed one of the Boston Massacre terrorists by not reaching out enough to him

A Boston Globe correspondent on 11/3/13 says amid the joy don't forget all the bad things about Boston, including that some feel if you had reached out more to one of the terrorists he might not have blown you up: 

11/5/13, "Carr: Globe should ‘open’ its eyes," Boston Herald

"The Boston Globe--meet the new boss, same as the old boss. Just days after buying the wreckage on Morrissey Boulevard at a fire-sale price, the new owner John Henry prints a shockingly ignorant, tone-deaf piece mourning  the treatment of the greedy Muslim welfare terrorists who destroyed the Boston Marathon.

And Henry, who also owns the Red Sox, allowed the terrorist apologia to run on the very day after his team commemorates both its World Series triumph and the victims of last spring's Islamist massacre.

Someone named Gish Jen, or is it Jen Gish, wrote the following about the "political refugees" who repaid the generosity of the American people by slaughtering them:

"Did we fail the Tsarnaevs somehow? It's not clear that we did."

No, but it's clear they failed us. Nobody asked them to come here and immediately go on welfare, for a decade or more. They claimed they were being oppressed in the Third World hellhole whence they came. The Tsarnaevs were so oppressed they often returned to vacation there for months at a time....

"Yet for people who knew Dzhokhar especially...the lurking fear has been that we failed to truly open our hearts, that we accepted him, but only to a point."...

I don't recall any Globe columns admonishing Americans to "truly open our hearts" to, say, Timothy McVeigh."...

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11/3/13, "These Red Sox are indisputedly, irrevocably us," Boston Globe, Gish Jen

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It's common today to blame yourself after Islamic terrorists attack you:

11/6/13, "Victimized by Muslims? You Deserve It," FrontPage Mag, Bruce Bawer

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Ed. note: Sorry for not posting the entire Boston Herald article but for whatever reason, whether blogger or the Herald, nothing would copy. I typed by hand what you see here, ran out of time and couldn't type the whole thing. The headline from the Globe copied with no problem.
No, but it is clear they failed us. Nobody asked them to come here and immediately go on welfare, for a decade or more. They claimed they were being oppressed in the Third World hellhole whence they came. The Tsarnaevs were so oppressed they often returned to vacation there for months at a time. - See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/columnists/howie_carr/2013/11/carr_globe_should_open_its_eyes#sthash.bY0kGxfD.dpuf





The Boston Globe  — meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Just days after buying the wreckage on Morrissey Boulevard at a fire-sale price, the new owner John Henry prints a shockingly ignorant, tone-deaf piece mourning the treatment of the greedy Muslim welfare terrorists who destroyed the Boston Marathon.
And Henry, who also owns the Red Sox, allowed the terrorist apologia to run on the very day after his team commemorates both its World Series triumph and the victims of last spring’s Islamist massacre.
- See more at: file:///C:/Users/jo/Downloads/BostonGlobeHowieCarr%20should%20%E2%80%98open%E2%80%99%20its%20eyes%20_%20Boston%20Heraldnov52013.htm#sthash.Mam0pjfd.dpuf
The Boston Globe  — meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Just days after buying the wreckage on Morrissey Boulevard at a fire-sale price, the new owner John Henry prints a shockingly ignorant, tone-deaf piece mourning the treatment of the greedy Muslim welfare terrorists who destroyed the Boston Marathon.
And Henry, who also owns the Red Sox, allowed the terrorist apologia to run on the very day after his team commemorates both its World Series triumph and the victims of last spring’s Islamist massacre.
- See more at: file:///C:/Users/jo/Downloads/BostonGlobeHowieCarr%20should%20%E2%80%98open%E2%80%99%20its%20eyes%20_%20Boston%20Heraldnov52013.htm#sthash.Mam0pjfd.dpuf
The Boston Globe  — meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Just days after buying the wreckage on Morrissey Boulevard at a fire-sale price, the new owner John Henry prints a shockingly ignorant, tone-deaf piece mourning the treatment of the greedy Muslim welfare terrorists who destroyed the Boston Marathon.
And Henry, who also owns the Red Sox, allowed the terrorist apologia to run on the very day after his team commemorates both its World Series triumph and the victims of last spring’s Islamist massacre.
Someone named Gish Jen, or is it Jen Gish, wrote the following about the political “refugees” who repaid the generosity of the American people by slaughtering them:
“Did we fail the Tsarnaevs somehow? It’s not clear that we did.”
- See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/columnists/howie_carr/2013/11/carr_globe_should_open_its_eyes#sthash.5SgY6yQB.dpuf
The Boston Globe  — meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Just days after buying the wreckage on Morrissey Boulevard at a fire-sale price, the new owner John Henry prints a shockingly ignorant, tone-deaf piece mourning the treatment of the greedy Muslim welfare terrorists who destroyed the Boston Marathon.
And Henry, who also owns the Red Sox, allowed the terrorist apologia to run on the very day after his team commemorates both its World Series triumph and the victims of last spring’s Islamist massacre.
Someone named Gish Jen, or is it Jen Gish, wrote the following about the political “refugees” who repaid the generosity of the American people by slaughtering them:
“Did we fail the Tsarnaevs somehow? It’s not clear that we did.”
No, but it is clear they failed us. Nobody asked them to come here and immediately go on welfare, for a decade or more. They claimed they were being oppressed in the Third World hellhole whence they came. The Tsarnaevs were so oppressed they often returned to vacation there for months at a time.
Money — never a problem for the Tsarnaevs, even though none of them ever really had a job, unless you include the kid brother’s drug dealing.
“Yet for people who knew Dzhokhar especially, who had seen him at school, who had studied and partied and played sports with him, the lurking fear has been that we failed to truly open our hearts, that we accepted him, but only up to a point.”
We certainly opened our wallets. Here is what we know about their welfare bonanza — EBT cards with food stamps and cash, Section 8 housing, Mass Health, WIC, college scholarships, likely SSI (though the Obama administration has dummied up — as a professional courtesy).
And how did they repay us? Sister is arrested for shoplifting in Dorchester. Mom is arrested for shoplifting in Natick. Sister-in-law is arrested for shoplifting in Rhode Island. Apparently they learned to pick our merchandise a lot faster than they picked up our language.
Then there’s the dead brother, Tamerlan. He murdered four people in his 10 years in the Great Satan. The Globe described him as a “stay-at-home dad.”
But we didn’t “truly open our hearts” to them. I don’t recall any Globe columns admonishing Americans to truly open our hearts to, say, Timothy McVeigh. And was McVeigh ever described as a “tow-headed terrorist”? Did Adam Lanza ever make the cover of the Rolling Stone?
What is this teenybopper crush these moonbats seem to develop on terrorists — but only foreign-born Muslim terrorists who want to impose the Sharia law that would lead to the immediate execution of most of their liberal cheerleaders?
Google “Dzhokhar” and “tousle-haired” and you’ll get 3,540 hits.
When will these Trustafarians open their hearts to some of their fellow Americans, like, say, Tea Party members? That’ll never happen. After all, when was the last time you saw a tousle-haired, pot-peddling Tea Party member?
- See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/columnists/howie_carr/2013/11/carr_globe_should_open_its_eyes#sthash.5SgY6yQB.dpuf
Carr: Globe should ‘open’ its eyes
Carr: Globe should ‘open’ its eyes

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