By BareNakedIslam •
Just the Facts •
just a canadian lady
August 15, 2013 @ 3:46 pm
Yea for Wild Bill a true Patriot imho ! Ill bet hes wouldmt be golfing while Christian churches burn in Egypt
K. aka Kel
August 15, 2013 @ 1:44 am
Wild Bill is a Hero of mine. (B, he’ll be on my show this Friday, taking calls). He is a true example of the American Patriot. “Wild Bill for America?” I say, “For President!”
August 15, 2013 @ 1:59 am
K, what time is the show? Maybe I’ll call in. Post a link so BNI readers can listen.
K. aka Kel
August 17, 2013 @ 7:25 pm
B, I taped it last night, but WB wants to come back in September. It was a great show and he is a fantastic man. When he comes back, I’ll be sure to let you know 🙂
August 17, 2013 @ 7:30 pm
August 15, 2013 @ 1:27 am
Only one hat.?
I and many of my friends have at least 5 or 6. Damn right they are a symbol of much that made this country great — and a reminder that it’s the libs that are bound and determined to make of us a weak or destroyed nation!
August 14, 2013 @ 11:41 pm
God Bless Wild Bill
August 14, 2013 @ 11:03 pm
Oh, big bad white man. Oh, big bad America, that b.s.comes from a public school education. Here’s some more info for the under 40 year olds, and p.s. educated. America did not invent slavery. I know you were taught that too.
Wild Bill for president.
August 14, 2013 @ 10:37 pm
what ol bill says is true would not get caught without one , good to keep cool and dry and for safety one hell of a bear decoy
August 15, 2013 @ 1:39 am
ME, too, I wear a helmet when I ride a horse but I wear a cowboy hat to and from the barn.
August 14, 2013 @ 9:11 pm
Now I generally like this guy, and perhaps leftists are bothered by the things he says, but I also imagine that the hat is inextricably bound to the notion of “Cowboys and Indians” and how that part of the history of the U.S. is not a particularly proud one in the way that Native Americans have been treated and how they have fared. So while I can see why leftists don’t like the hat, I agree with Bill that they are very much not the open-minded know-it-alls they’d like to believe they are.
August 14, 2013 @ 9:16 pm
SS, don’t spew that leftist crap here.
August 14, 2013 @ 9:46 pm
You’ve been snorting the Leftist revised history again haven’t you. The truth is that the People living in the “Wild West” got along decently with the Indians, more often than not. It was the Gov’t that had a problem with them.
August 14, 2013 @ 10:54 pm
The American Indian tribes warred and butchered each other for thousands of years over recourses ,before the evil white man came to this continent
The end of this barbarism came about by the white man.
Yes many had to die ,but the left is all about Darwinism .
Funny how it applies to Nature but not to people.
August 14, 2013 @ 11:04 pm
I think you need to read more carefully, or maybe I’ll reword it. Perhaps the “left” finds the hat inextricably bound to the idea of cowboys and indians, and then they connect it to the government’s treatment of the Native Americans, as the next step in their thinking goes. I have nothing against his hat whatsoever, nor do I blame people who wear them for what the government did. Please do not confuse my musing about what they think with what I think.
August 15, 2013 @ 1:42 am
SS, but surely you know that nobody here gives a hoot what leftists think about anything/
August 14, 2013 @ 11:40 pm
boy that’s the truth.
August 15, 2013 @ 12:05 am
and when they did have problems, the Indianans usually started it by kidnapping someones daughter or something of the like.
August 14, 2013 @ 11:35 pm
Shameless, do you realize how many Native Americans wear those cowboy hats? Mexicans too. One of America’s greatest “cowboys” (and political humorist) of the early 20th Century, Will Rogers was himself, a Cherokee Indian, and it was a wealthy Muscogee Creek oilman, Thomas Gilcrease who founded the world renown Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art in Tulsa OK. This museum possesses the world’s largest collection of Native American, and American Western art, artifacts, and priceless manuscripts. The works of Fredrick Remington, Charles Russel, George Catlin and many others are displayed there as are the works of several contemporary Native American artists. All in all, the museum has over 10,000 paintings, sculpture, prints, and manuscripts, dating from the 15th Century to the present, as well as a good number of pre-historic Native American artifacts. My late father knew Thomas Gilcrease as did my grandparents, and I still live in the same Tulsa neighborhood Gilcrease lived in.
August 15, 2013 @ 2:39 pm
Randy, I know, I know…. (although I must admit, some of the details are new to me. Impressive, the detail.)
BNI, I regularly post (non-complimentary) articles about Islam on a liberal/left website. I’ve been doing it for about three years now. The politics of the article-posting portion of the website were decidedly pro-Muslim, anti-Israel, and sometimes even antisemitic, anti-Christian and anti-anyone who had anything negative to say about Islam.
At first I and some of the others that do it with me, got A LOT of grief…. you know the usual garbaggio attacks… Islamophobes, racists, hate-mongers, inciters… However, during those three years, the tilt has noticeably gone the other way, although there are always those persistent ones, who’ll probably never give up.
I love visiting, even taking refuge in, your blog because you have a lot of great pieces, super photos, and you express how I feel, except you do it with a great sense of humor, and quite frankly the Islamic world, the Muslim Brotherhood, etc., can be so disturbing that we need some great comic relief. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for providing it and the chance to just spout off and let out the frustration and get my blood pressure down.
However, I think it’s really important that people who understand the threat of Islam don’t simply stay in the cozy safety of anti-Islam blogs, but learn, make a collection of websites, articles, etc., about Islam, and go to the Leftist-liberal websites and speak out there as well. They are often woefully, if not lethally, ignorant, p.c., about Islam and need to hear it from someone else besides the ubiquitous media that spreads the lies.
Part of what’s important about visiting leftist/liberal websites is to take a pulse on what and how people are thinking, find acceptable, etc., and learn how to make use of this.
For instance, I generally keep Obama (even though I detest him) out of my anti-Islam articles, because I find that I lose people. Many people are becoming more aware of Islam as a problem, but as soon as we link O’Dumbo to Islam (which he obviously is), many people who would otherwise be open to hearing more about Islam, shut down and don’t want to hear it. I’ve seen this happen many times.
So if the left hates Wild Bill because of his his hat — and just for the record, again, I do not — because they think “Native Americans, bad U.S,” it is important to counter THEM as assertively, factually, etc., as Randy63ism so adeptly did thinking he was countering me.
So to some degree, it IS important to know what the Left is thinking, as it helps us design a more effective response to the their objections. I hate to say it, but CAIR uses this strategy against the West, too, quite effectively, I may add. As the saying goes, “who is wise? He/she who learns from everyone.”
If they think we are total hard@sses, not at all in touch with their concerns, we risk losing a lot of people who would potentially “get it” and come on board. Seeing the Manchurian Candidate traitor for what he is will most likely eventually follow.
The other good news is that O’Dumbo has been so overreaching in his treachery that even the extremely slow are “getting” him and his Teflon is very slowly but steadily chipping off.
Thanks for letting me get my thoughts out. This is a real war we are all fighting, and we need to be realistic, strategize, and help each other.
Again, BNI, I am so grateful that you are here. I tell you sometimes if I didn’t read your columns and your hysterical responses, I’d be a lot closer to feeling depressed or losing my mind.
Now that I think I’ve put myself into a stupor with such a lengthy response, I think it is time to hit “Post Comment.”
August 15, 2013 @ 10:24 pm
SS, I look at left wing blogs on a regular basis and even post their take on certain Islam topics. It’s important to know what the enemy is thinking, which is why I posted so many stories from CAIR and Islamophobia blogs. This is probably the only forum I’ve ever posted on that I didn’t get banned from.
We can agree to disagree on some things. I never expect people to agree with my POV all the time.
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