It’s the equivalent of “I’ll see your fifty and raise you a hundred.”

A company spokeswoman told on Wednesday that Facebook was “disappointed” by a Pakistani court’s decision to block some of the pages.

“We are very disappointed with the Pakistani Courts’ decision to block Facebook without warning, and suspect our users there feel the same way,” the statement read. “We are analyzing the situation and the legal considerations, and will take appropriate action, which may include making this content inaccessible to users in Pakistan.”

Game, set, match? Is Facebook really thinking about blocking themselves from Pakistan?  That’s how I read it at first, but I think it means that Facebook is considering a way to make their product palatable to the whiner radicals.

Good grief!  The people in Pakistan who want to look at Facebook are GROWNUPS.  Can they not make a decision to look at or not look at material on their own?  Must they be herded like so many stupid sheep and “protected” for their own good?  Muslim or not, if I lived in Pakistan I would be raising a ruckus about wanting to make decisions for myself.

Which brings me to another point…

This “protection” of the people by eliminating their free choice is what sharia law is all about.  That’s what they want here, in our country.  Bowing and scraping and bending over  backwards not to offend them only aids them in removing freedoms from the people.