John McCain and Lindsey Graham have finally found something they disagree about. Two weeks ago, McCain insisted to Fox & Friends derp-machine Brian Kilmeade that, no, "Allahu Akbar" is not something only terrorists say. “For someone to say 'Allahu Akbar,' it’s about as offensive as someone saying, ‘Thank God,’” McCain said.
Undeterred, Kilmeade tried again this morning with South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham, who differed with McCain for probably the first time ever.
“When somebody yells ‘Allahu akbar’ in the Middle East, I duck,” the senator said on Fox News radio.
“It’s not like, ‘Hey, how you doing Lindsey,’” he said on Fox News radio....
“'Allahu akbar,’ I associate with a war chant,” Graham told host Brian Kilmeade. “It’s not exclusively owned by al Qaeda. I’ve seen people kill al Qaeda guys and yell, ‘Allahu akbar.’”
Lindsey Graham, in fact, is correct. Allahu Akbar is a war chant.
Here's a video of former Knick Larry Johnson repeatedly declaring war on NBC sportscaster Jim Gray after hitting his famous four-point shot in 1999:
Here is an arm wrestler declaring war on his opponent after a victorious arm-wrestling match:
And here is a Syrian man declaring war on a father and child as they tearfully reunited after the recent chemical gas attack:
Chilling stuff. Muslims will declare war on just about anyone, for any reason.