I’m a little behind on listening to Rush Limbaugh podcasts, so I’m just now getting around to posting something he said on Monday. Regardless of when he said it, though, here’s a question I’d love to hear someone on the left try to answer:
If Americans are to respect and obey the laws of Islam that say the drawing pictures of Mohammed is not permitted and should not be done — and you deserve what you get if you do — then why wouldn’t we have to respect or obey other things in Islam? What is it about drawing cartoons of “the prophet”? Why don’t we respect Islam’s punishment for gays and women, hmm? I mean, if they’re right, they’re right, aren’t they?
When do we follow and when do we not?