You know, I always thought of us as a sort of evil family.
— Dr. Drakken, Kim Possible
... disbelievers may be Jews, Christians or both or even pagans, who follow no particular religion at all. Disbelievers are all alike. Capitalists, Communists, Westerners, Easterners, People of the Book and pagans are by no means different from one other. They should all be fiercely fought if they attempt to occupy any part of the Muslim land.
—Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, March 9, 2011
I’d comment on a cartel leader under the tutelage of the United States Secretary of Defense trying to orchestrate a huge series of riots that will allow Big Government to absorb all law enforcement divisions nationwide into some sort of New World Order Army probably shouldn’t be wasting resources and time performing acts of violence (sexual or otherwise) on imprisoned disgraced police officers, but if there is one thing that this book (and honestly, far too many other comics) have taught me, it is that if you are a criminal there is literally no crime you are not just champing at the bit to commit. A hired hitman? Obviously you’re going to rob some people on the side. A bank robber? You’re definitely down to sexually assault a random lady. A corporate spy? If a sufficiently big supervillain shows up and wants to literally exterminate the human race, thus making corporate espionage obsolete, you’ll probably go along with it. I mean, you’re a criminal.
Chris Eckert, The Punisher as Conservative Fantasia Part One