QUESTION: When Did ‘Beheadings’ Become A Household Word?


Just when did the word “beheading” become a household word in America? When Obama became President, that’s when.

See also: Thanks To Islam & Political Correctness, Beheading Has Hit the Heartland

THANKS TO ISLAM: “Beheading” Has Been Re-introduced Into Our Discussions


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