Is God a Pussy?

Apparently the creator of all has a fragile ego and his followers are out to protect their delicate deity:
"Saudi King Abdullah is quietly enlisting the [UN] leaders' support for a global law to punish blasphemy - a campaign championed by the 56-member Organization of Islamic Conference that puts the rights of religions ahead of individual liberties. If the campaign succeeds, states that presume to speak in the name of religion will be able to crush religious freedom not only in their own country, but abroad."
Discussions touched upon a number of hot issues including ... Prophet Muhammad lampooning cartoons ...
The simple fact that the UN is even considering such a proposal with the slightest bit of sincerity is horrific. A free world demands free speech. If we don't follow your god/prophet/spirit guide/magic 8-ball than we should not be bound by it's rules. The rule of law is the only rule governments should rule by. Let your Almighty cast it's judgement upon us. Until then, we have spent thousands of years fighting for the freedom to speak, think and live under our own diverse beliefs. If you want to be free to practice your beliefs you should allow us the same dignity.

Lest we blame this all on the barbarian mindset of Theocratic Islam, we in the "enlightened" West should look in the mirror. A few highlights:

Offensive Jesus remark cut from Emmy show
Danish paper rejected Jesus cartoons
• Everyone's favorite - the supposed War on Christmas! To that I say, "Merry Horusmas!"

“What is freedom of expression? Without the freedom to offend, it ceases to exist” - Salman Rushdie

Blackwater: "Compliance Challenges?"

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Blackwater CEO Erik Prince said: "our company has experienced remarkable growth in the last few years, this growth, our work for the U.S. Government around the world, and the nature of the services we offer have created compliance challenges."
By this he means:
Blackwater shipped 900 weapons to Iraq without the paperwork required by arms export control regulations, one department official said. Some of the weapons are believed to have ended up on the country's black market.
That's one hell of a "compliance challenge" Mr. Prince.
Blackwater employees are also the subjects of a Justice Department probe into the killing of 17 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad's Nisoor Square on Sept. 16, 2007.
Winning the hearts and minds one bullet at a time.

On a related note, there's been some outrage from the right-wing lately about a comment President-elect Obama made,
"We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."
The response has been interesting:
"A Republican congressman from Georgia said Monday he fears that President-elect Obama will establish a Gestapo-like security force to impose a Marxist dictatorship. We can't be lulled into complacency," Broun said. "You have to remember that Adolf Hitler was elected in a democratic Germany. I'm not comparing him to Adolf Hitler. What I'm saying is there is the potential of going down that road."
Where have these people been while a massive private military force has been taking over the role policing abroad and at home? Their outrage at a vague proposal by Obama sounds a little hollow after the past six years of silence over the emergence of a massive army for hire.

Security for profit means insecurity becomes needed for increased profit.

Where is the right's outrage when it is needed?