In fairness, the dogs that the Soetoros ate probably did not look like the cute puppy-in-the-window you portray above but, rather were of the unsightly mongrel variety you often find rooting in alley trash bins. I’ve got no problems with someone deciding to use those for food. That would be environmentally sensitive recycling. Just sayin’…
1. CK–The best (and smartest) dog I ever had was an “unsightly mongrel variety”
hey, my newest dog had been a stray, most likely turned out when her previous owner died, as she is incredibly sweet. Though she is a purebred (long haired Chihuahua) unlike my other who’s a min-pin/terrier mix. No dog deserves to be eaten. Something I knew at age 10.
And yes, no need to apologize to convicted felon and under-oath liar Shepard Fairey.
Apologize to Shepard Fairey? For this? Why? Fairey _stole_ the original image he based his “Hope” poster on. So there’s no need to apologize for “borrowing” its theme here…
Alternate caption in the four-letter vain:
I still say its a lie. Soetero was Muslim and dog meat is haram to muslims (unclean). Non-Muslims in Indonesia eat dog (Ajing). Ayers screwed up thinking all Indonesians ate dog.
I think he thought of that:
“Like many Indonesians, Lolo followed a brand of Islam that could make room for the remnants of more ancient animist and Hindu faiths. He explained that a man took on the powers of whatever he ate: One day soon, he promised, he would bring home a piece of tiger meat for us to share.”
For what it’s worth…
I think he brought home some house cat and told little Barry it was tiger. Certainly would explain the first time he tried to throw out the first pitch at a baseball game.
If ya know what I’m sayin.
I’ve spent a lot of time there – they’re not big on eating dogs or grasshoppers.
Dig deep, puppy in the bottom!
Are you implying dog-flavored yogurt?
Brings to mind a friend’s idea for “pork on the bottom yogurt”.
Old native saying. Lewis & Clark waxed poetic about the flavor of dog.
Could this be what FLOTUS means in her hapless, unending PSAs advocating healthy lunches?
Better watch your six, Bo (the dog)!
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