Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Ron Paul's Closet Islamist Insurgency Supported Largely by Non-Republicans

Paul’s lead is built in large part with the support of non-Republicans
‎"What especially worries Iowa Republican regulars is the possibility that Paul could win here on January 3rd with the help of Democrats and independents who change their registration to support the libertarian-leaning Texas congressman but then don’t support the GOP nominee next November. . . public polling shows that Paul’s lead is built in large part with the support of non-Republicans – and few party veterans think such voters would stick with the GOP in November. They’ll all go back and vote for Obama.”

Ron al-Jihad Paul Defends Muslims against Against Crusader Republican Bachmann


Leno named off several of the candidates and Paul gave his opinion of each.
•Mitt Romney:  “He used to be governor of Massachusetts … maybe that’s what he should stay at – being governor. He’s a nice guy.
•Newt Gingrich: “He should run for speaker of the House again.”
•Michele Bachmann: “She doesn’t like Muslims. She hates Muslims. She hates them. She wants to go get them.”
•Jon Huntsman: “He’s a nice person, and he’s a good diplomat. He knows what diplomacy is all about. And he’s a thoughtful person.”
•Rick Santorum: “Gay people and Muslims.”
During Thursday's debate, Paul insisted there was "no evidence" that Iran was seeking a nuclear bomb, and insisted America negotiate with the regime rather than impose sanctions.  He also claimed the notion that Iran is seeking a nuclear bomb was nothing more than "war propaganda" designed to get America into another war.
Bachmann pushed back:
“I’ll tell you the reason why, the reason why I would say that is because we know without a shadow of a doubt that Iran will take a nuclear weapon, they will use it to wipe our ally Israel off the face of the map and they stated they will use it against the United States of America. Look no further than the Iranian constitution, which states unequivocally that their mission is to extend jihad across the world and eventually to set up for worldwide caliphate. we would be fools to ignore their purpose and their plan,” she said.
Paul, sounding more like a liberal Democrat, (No, more like Iranian government official or radical Imam Anwar al- Awlaki) responded by falsely claiming that some want to "declare war on 1.2 billion Muslims."
"I don’t want Iran to have a nuclear weapon. I would like to reduce them because there would be less chance of war. But to declare war on 1.2 billion Muslims and say all Muslims are the same, this is dangerous talk. Yeah, there are some radicals. But they don’t come here to kill us because we’re free and prosperous. Do they go to Switzerland and Sweden? That is absurd,” he said.
Apparently, Paul equates wanting a strong national defense with wanting to kill every Muslim on the planet.