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OK Progtards, put your anti religion unit on high alert.
While advocating for a Godless school system, progressives have conveniently ignored the hypocritical actions of extremist Muslims in our midst, which if allowed would turn some Michigan schools into full blown publicly funded Madrasas. According to BizPac Review, after objecting to Off-school CHRISTIAN activities, CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) has succeeded in persuading Dearborn school officials to accommodate the floor kissing practice of Islamic prayer in our tax payer funded schools:
"CAIR lodged its complaint against the Dearborn School District, claiming that the school system didn't accommodate Muslim students wishing to participate in prayer on school grounds.Nothing like 'consistency' in public policy.
As seen further in the story:
The very same Michigan chapter of CAIR sent a letter to the Roseville Public School system complaining that permission slips were being handed out so that students could attend Bible classes, according to a CAIR press release.I am sure that the governor or AG would have something to say about THAT.
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Emissaries of the religion of peace continue their proselytizing.
U.S. Representative Candice Miller (MI-10), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, today made the following statement on the arrest of Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis after he plotted to bomb the Federal Reserve building in New York City:
Support GOOD law like SB1070, crack down on overstays, and close the terrorist camps within our borders as well.
And is "only 5-7%" radical a safe percentage?
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With a constitutional Republic?
What is it? Yea or nay? Yes or No? Is the average 'moderate' Muslim a danger to our constitutional Republic? Is there an underlying desire to dismantle our bill of rights because of hurt religious feelings? Given this:
"Protesting the film, "Innocence of Muslims," that has sparked protests in the Mideast, rally organizer Tarek Baydoun says that so-called blasphemy laws are necessary to prevent speech that hurts the "the religious feelings of Muslims."One might think so.
Lets just take this a step further.
If these are NOT representing the 'moderate' Islamists in our midst, then what are they representing?
Its not as if one would feel compelled to walk away from such examples of tolerance.
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By DetroitRight, Section News
Now this is unbelievable. A couple of Marines decided to treat a few dead Taliban terrorists to a good old fashioned "golden shower."
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By JGillman, Section News
Most would consider Henry Payne at the Michigan View as a pretty good guy. I would say he could even be considered "conservative" and most of his positions would justify that. Most often we could agree in fact with what his opinion of the day might be.
But sometimes he is wrong. Straight out, absolutely mistaken.
Today Payne opines:
" ... Not to be outdone, the Right's religious crazies decided to attack The Learning Channel and its advertisers for airing a positive show about five American Muslim families in Dearborn.
No, not making it up, but so what? And frankly what makes them crazy? Because they are religious? Or because they perceive a threat from Islam; "the Religion of Peace?" I would really be interested in what it is about those Christian crazies that threatens Mr Payne. Certainly not that they will blow up a plane that he is on with shoe based incendiaries, or crotch explosives. Undoubtedly not a collision with a Tower at an unfortunate time. Probably not a soldier opening fire on his brothers and screaming "Jesus Akbar!!" Perhaps, just maybe, it is those crazy values like free speech and intelligent consideration of real and ongoing threats? Threats backed up by recurring "man-made disasters?"
Maybe it stems from the very real fear people have of saying "Merry Christmas" during this time of year?
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
UPDATE: Pastor Jones returns, see here, here & here.
Replay this video until it is understood.
There's your " R o l e M o d e l s " GoverNerd. Asalamalakum? Fuggin' Dhimmi
Well, y'all can either stand for something or kneel for something. The choice is yours.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
I sincerely hope this bigger picture view goes a long way in clarifying the f-allah-cy of 'peaceful' muslims living in America with how they and their enablers actually cherish our God given freedoms.
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