Article courtesy of TheBlaze, written by Matt Walsh.
I walked into the living room this morning and my wife was watching the news. She said ”another terrorist attack” with all the shock and surprise of a person observing that the sun had risen in the east or water had turned to ice in the freezer. It’s not that she didn’t care, or that I don’t, but this is all a part of the standard procedure now. Brush your teeth, put on your shoes, watch the news coverage about an Islamic terrorist attack, walk the dog. And so on and so on and so on. The only really shocking thing anymore is that nothing is shocking anymore.
As you know, this one was in Belgium. One explosion at a subway station in Brussels and another two blasts at the Brussels airport. Dozens dead. Hundreds injured. And so on and so on and so on.
Of course, the only thing more routine than Muslims slaughtering mass numbers of innocents is how people react to it here in America. The same old arguments, amounting to nothing.
President Barack Obama stopped flapping his limp wrists in Cuba long enough to deliver a quick and empty statement about the attacks. He called for “unity” and spewed a few other dull platitudes that have no meaning. And so on and so on and so on.