LEFT WING MEDIA rate GOP candidate positions on Muslims

For the BNI audience, as well as most true Conservatives and non-RINO Republicans, the more of a hardliner you are against Islam, the better we like you. And the better you will be for America.

HuffPo  As Republican voters near the time to elect their presidential candidate for the 2012 election, the candidates’ respective religious perspectives become significant to many. One topic that does not escape public scrutiny is the candidates’ stand on Islam and Muslims in America. It has become an important issue that calls the attention of both Muslim and non-Muslim voters. Noticeably some candidates appear not to realize that the American Muslim community has a significant number of political conservatives sympathetic to many issues within the Republican Party platform (but they vote with the liberals/democrats because they are able to easily bamboozle them with their constant lies about the religion of ‘peace’)

The GOP presidential hopefuls’ stand on Islam and Muslims has been varied. Their stands have ranged from being thoughtful and considerate to being discourteous, rude and unappreciative of the history, losing potential support. (It isn’t rude to inform people about Islam’s violent and oppressive policies throughout history that continue today and to tell the truth that the dhimmi media and Muslim propagandists and apologists work very hard to hide from the American public)

Some candidates have clearly opted to try to win votes by denigrating Islam and disparaging Muslims. (You call it denigrating and disparaging, we call it fact sharing)


Taking the lead in the anti-Muslim frenzy (Frenzy? That’s rich.  Maybe it’s playing catchup to refute the myth about Islam being just another religion, rather than the tyrannical political system it is) is Herman Cain, who has consistently held a hostile discourse on Islam, belittling almost anything or anyone resonating Muslim. (And this is a BAD thing because why? Where are the Muslims who think of themselves as Americans before Muslims? We never see any) Among many instances we may take as example Cain’s opposition to the construction of an Islamic Center in Murfreesboro, Tenn., unreasonably arguing that it’s not religious discrimination for a community to ban a mosque. (It’s all about building a monster mosque in a neighborhood with virtually no Muslims where traffic will become a nightmare and Islamic Calls to Prayer will be blasted several times a day) On this same line, Cain has also affirmed that he wouldn’t appoint Muslims to his cabinet and even suggested to impose a loyalty test on any Muslim before allowing him to serve in his administration. (A loyalty test is a waste of time because Muslims lie) His anti-Muslim rhetoric returned recently when he expressed that more than half of American Muslims are extremists based on a “trusted adviser” who informed him so. (ONLY half?)


Rick Perry has wisely distanced himself from the bigoted (It isn’t bigotry, it’s reality) rhetoric and instead has a history of good and positive relations with the Muslims community. (ANOTHER reason NOT to vote for Perry, Terrorist Front Group CAIR likes him and he has bent over backwards to cave to Muslim religious demands) Perry endorsed Texas public high school teacher education programs on Islamic history. As governor he signed a Halal Law, which makes it a criminal offense to sell Halal and non-Halal meat in the same store without specifically labeling the two and to misrepresent non-Halal meat as being Halal. (Too bad this doesn’t apply to Butterball when they sell halal birds but do not label them as such) Governor Perry has held constructive ties with the Muslim Aga Khan’s community and hosted their world known leader on his visit to Texas. He followed up by attending the inauguration of their Ismaili Jamatkhana Islamic Center in Sugar Land, Texas in 2002; and later laid the first brick for another of their centers in Plano, Texas in 2005. (Sheeesh, Perry’s even worse than I thought) On the other hand, Perry’s ties to the rest of the mainstream Muslim community as a whole are scarce, and his posture is mostly perceived as neutral, with neither “pro” nor “against” community stances. (If he isn’t against Islam, he doesn’t get my vote)


Mitt Romney’s relations with the American Muslim community have not been smooth. Recently, the Terrorist Front Group Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) asked the presidential hopeful for the ouster of Dr. Walid Phares (Excellent choice) a recently appointed foreign policy adviser to his team. (And happily, Romney did not comply with the rude demand) Phares authored “Future Jihad: Terrorist Strategies Against America” and also acts as an advisor to the U.S. Congress on the Middle East. According to CAIR he worked as an official in the Lebanese Forces, a Christian militia, and other militias that reportedly took part in various massacres of Muslims (AWESOME!). The controversial appointment has certainly created a wave of controversy within the American Muslim community that waits for Romney to take their concerns into consideration. (We can never be sure about Romney the flipflopper)


Newt Gingrich’s stance on issues related to American Muslims and Islam has been scornful. (YES!) Falling victim to the Muslim hysteria on the debate on the Ground Zero Mosque, Gingrich compared the Islamic Community Center project to building a Nazi monument outside the Holocaust Museum. This was clearly a very insensitive position that will take more than a simple apology — not that it is expected (Don’t hold your breath) — to amend. (And let’s not forget, Newt promised to prosecute groups like CAIR and all the other Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated groups infiltrating the US and US government)


Michele Bachmann has not demonstrated a capacity to engage the American Muslim community neither shown capacity to understand and respect diversity. (She gets props for this) Her comments on the civil uprisings (The ones where Muslims rioted and torched more than a thousand cars in Paris) that took place in France back in 2005 (and every year since then) were very discomforting: “Those who are coming into France, which has a beautiful culture, the French culture is actually diminished. It’s going away. And just with the population in France, they are losing Western Europeans, and it’s being taken over by a Muslim ethic. Not that Muslims are bad, but they are not assimilating.”(In other words, stop letting them in and start getting rid of the troublemakers)


Rick Santorum has joined Gingrich’s Islam-bashing team, expressing misleading comments on the question of sharia taking over the U.S. court system. (Rick gets an A+) On the most recent debate Santorum was even more assertive on his opinion on Muslims. When asked if he would support ethnic and religious profiling he replied: “The folks who are most likely to be committing these crimes … obviously Muslims would be someone you’d look at, absolutely.” ( I love a man who’s not afraid to tell it like it is)


Among all candidates, libertarian leaning Ron Paul seems to be the one who have consistently pronounced himself distant from any expression that could be construed as Islamophobic. (No balls) He issued firm statements condemning Pastor Terry Jones’ controversial call for a “Burn the Quran Day.” (Then, he’s a phony constitutionalist who wants to limit free expression) In September 2010 Paul stated: “This blame of all Muslims for the atrocities of 9/11 only makes things worse — especially since it wasn’t the Taliban of Afghanistan that committed the atrocities.” More recently, on a CBS interview, Paul said that al Qaeda itself cited American intervention in the region as its motivation for attacking the U.S. and “to argue the case that they want to do us harm because we’re free and prosperous I think is a very, very dangerous notion because it’s not true.” (Ron Paul is the same as the lefties who blame America first)


John Huntsman is another candidate that for the most part has rejected to take a ride on the Islamophobia train that most republic candidates not only designed but are now fueling and giving hand-detailed maintenance. (I’ve heard him, he is pro-Islam and a supporter of the Ground Zero Victory mosque)


The comments and actions that vilify Islam and Muslims — or any other religion and its practitioners — by the Republican Party presidential hopefuls show an evident betrayal of commitment to the freedom of religion consecrated in the U.S. Constitution. Exploiting Muslims for political gain will undoubtedly alienate them from a significant section of the voting public who hold religion dear to their hearts.

(Islam is a dictatorship, whose prophet was a murderer and a notorious paedophile. Islam is a tyranny that is abusive to women and children, and seeks to wipe out every other religion, as it has done in many countries. It only uses religion as a ploy to fool the people into thinking it is legitimate. Islam needs to be banned in every country that embraces freedom)