The ads are not banning all of Islam. That is another fallacy. But they do highlight the dangers of the radicals within that religion.
It is high time the moderates of that religion start speaking out against the atrocities and intolerance. If they don't, then what is one to think? Maybe that they actually all believe the rest of us to be infidels and not worthy of their time and effort? This happy horse sh*t has gone on long enough. The key to reigning in this radicalism is within the religion itself. If these folks can't get their sh*t together to do the right thing, then pox on their houses. Enough of the crap.
James Foley's death, carried out by savages, is despicable and appalling. Any reasonable person SHOULD already understand that. Why does Pamela Geller think Americans need advertising on buses to remind them of the dangers that Islamic extremists pose?
Foley's friends and loved ones will be disgusted to think he is more than likely going to be remembered by many ignorant people as just the guy who had his head cut off by idiotic extremists whilst they use his death as propoganda.
You're kidding yourself if you think that Pamela Geller gives a crap about James Foley.
If you have any information on how Pamela Geller feels about James Foley, please post it.