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I am sickened by the Republican field. With few exceptions they not only lack the experience to be president, but also common sense. Not that Barack Hussein Obama, the mullah in chief, is the answer. He and his socialist, radical, Muslim-loving comrades need to take a hike to Egypt where they can join the Muslim Brotherhood and rule over a country more suited to their hearts' desires. But the reality is that Obama's re-election seems increasingly likely with each passing day, if not Republican presidential debate. These debates have exposed just how bereft of talent the Republican presidential field is. And, it's a remarkable and sad day when the words of Newt Gingrich — a scandal ridden leftover from days past — make more sense than the rest.

If we really want to protect our borders and enhance our national security, we should start with not only with policing our border with force — and if necessary using the military against the Mexican government — but also banning all immigration from countries on the terrorist watch list.

The major threat to this country is not from south of the border, Mexican drug gangs notwithstanding, but from Muslim immigrants here in the United States who sympathize with their terrorist brethren in the Middle East and are prone to collaborate with them. We must finally face this reality.

For many years since Sept. 11, I have struggled with politically correct notion that Islam is a legitimate religion. And, in these years I have come to conclude that it is not; rather it is a worldwide evil political movement bent on revolution at the expense of Christians, Jews and many of its own people who do not believe in killing all infidels. There are good Muslims, but most of them have shunned the "religion" and no longer practice it.

Larry Klayman, Renew America 69 Comments [12/1/2011 4:42:27 AM]
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Itachirumon

Bitch to me some more about how sad it is you've lost.

Cry for me. Your tears sustain me, I take pleasure from your realization that you cannot beat Obama.

12/1/2011 4:57:40 AM



Translation:

I am an ignorant hate-filled racist.

I am angry that the Republican Party only fields candidates who are ignorant hate-filled racists.


12/1/2011 5:04:06 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

Obama's re-election seems increasingly likely

Well, thank the fuck christ for that!

Meanwhile, please have a drink; put it on my tab.


12/1/2011 5:16:34 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

and if necessary using the military against the Mexican government

Words cannot express the level of my contempt for people like this, who'd so flippantly start yet another goddamn war as a substitute to actually figuring out how to solve a problem.

12/1/2011 5:27:12 AM

Matante

"I have struggled with politically correct notion that Islam is a legitimate religion."

Interesting, usually they use "politically correct" as a pejorative for "respectful", but this one uses it as a synonym for "correct" instead.

12/1/2011 5:44:50 AM

Mister Spak

" He and his socialist, radical, Muslim-loving comrades need to take a hike to Egypt where they can join the Muslim Brotherhood and rule over a country more suited to their hearts' desires."

You need to take a hike over to Saudi Arabia where you can join Al-Quaida and rule over a country more suited to your hearts desires.

12/1/2011 6:25:57 AM

dionysus

If we really want to protect our borders and enhance our national security, we should start with not only with policing our border with force — and if necessary using the military against the Mexican government

...

The major threat to this country is not from south of the border

Huh? Then why do you want to declare war on Mexico if they're not a major threat? Iraq wasn't either but at least George the Lesser pretended it was, you're not even doing that.

EDIT: Also, did anyone but me read the name as "Larry Klansman"?

12/1/2011 6:45:04 AM

Raised by Horses

You ever get the feeling that, for some people in the US, even the Nationalist Socialist Party wouldn't be "right-wing enough"?

12/1/2011 6:48:20 AM

schism

...[Religion] is a worldwide...political movement bent on revolution at the expense of [non-believers]. There are good [religion practitioners], but most of them have shunned [religion] and no longer practice it.

That handily describes every single religion in the world, including Klayman's (especially Klayman's).

12/1/2011 6:57:11 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Why didn't he stop at the first sentence? So close, and yet so far...

12/1/2011 7:05:57 AM

Doubting Thomas

I am sickened by the Republican field.

I'd say that I agree, but actually I'm quite amused by the clowns vying for the Republican ticket.

With few exceptions they not only lack the experience to be president, but also common sense.

Agree.

But the reality is that Obama's re-election seems increasingly likely with each passing day, if not Republican presidential debate.

Agree.

These debates have exposed just how bereft of talent the Republican presidential field is.

Agree.

And, it's a remarkable and sad day when the words of Newt Gingrich — a scandal ridden leftover from days past — make more sense than the rest.

Agree.

Not that Barack Hussein Obama, the mullah in chief, is the answer. He and his socialist, radical, Muslim-loving comrades need to take a hike to Egypt where they can join the Muslim Brotherhood and rule over a country more suited to their hearts' desires.

Aaaaand here we go, way out to "crazy conservative talk" land.

12/1/2011 7:19:49 AM

Joe Mama

It's all the Republicans' fault for having clowns who are pandering to the extreme teabagger elements of your own party. They're falling all over each other to be as conservative as humanly possible that they don't realize they'll have to appear as moderates in the general election.

If Republicans were smart and really wanted to win the presidency, they would elect the most moderate Republican they could find. Then the people could choose between two moderates instead of a moderate and an ultra-right wing nutcase.

12/1/2011 7:39:24 AM

Lucilius

"There are good Muslims, but most of them have shunned the 'religion' and no longer practice it."

What an amazing coincidence: That's just what I think about Christians.

12/1/2011 8:16:05 AM

J. James

Oh noes! The Muzzies and the Meheecans are working together to doom America!!

What paranoid nonsense. The Republicans nowadays are like a strange blend of the Anti-Masonic Party, the Confederates and some sort of apocalyptic millennial church sect.

That's why they're unelectable; they started believing their own nonsensical alarmist rhetoric.

12/1/2011 8:24:08 AM

Anon-e-moose

"I am sickened by the Republican field. With few exceptions they not only lack the experience to be president, but also common sense."

I bet President Obama is laughing his bollocks off at the Repubican field: Sarah Failin mk. II, a (P)Rick who wants to do away with education, another (P)Rick (Rantsorebum), a LINO (Liberal In Name Only), a multiple divorcee who thinks nothing of spending $500,000 on jewellery - when so many - voters - are having to sell their precious heirlooms just to make ends meet in this recession, and Hermie the Spermy.

...and the only remotely credible candidate who the likes of you won't be voting for, because he's not a Southern Baptist Protestant.

The next sound you'll hear - including you, Larry - is the sound of metal scraping against concrete. Because the Repubicans have gone through the bottom of the GOP (pork)barrel to the floor below, to find (using their faith in God) the last subatomic particle of a credible candidate to go up against Obama.

And there's almost a year to go.

Methinks the next sound you'll hear - around this time next year - are the repeated sounds of gunfire, as Teabaggers exert their 2nd Amendment rights on themselves, as they accelerate that lovely (C)Rapture via taking .38, .357, .44, .45, .454 Casull, .50, 9mm (*insert gun calibre of your choice here*) Aspirin. >:D

12/1/2011 8:25:12 AM

Fang

I'd note that he shouldn't be sickened - he got exactly what he wanted.

Klayman's another religious/political shill who makes his life and living promoting bullshit. So are many people like him. They've attracted self-serving, bullshit-promoting candidates. They got exactly what they wanted.

They thought they wanted some Great White Jeebus Man to come save them and tell them their penises aren't small. But that's just a load of infantile BS - so they got BS just like they wanted.

12/1/2011 9:01:50 AM

Doctor Whom

I am sickened by the Republican field. With few exceptions they not only lack the experience to be president, but also common sense. Not that Barack Hussein Obama ... is the answer.

You should have stuck with that.

12/1/2011 9:57:44 AM

Berny

That the Republican Party is completely bereft of any intellectual candidates is merely the end result of decades of catering to the Christian and idiot right wing-nuts in order to build your base.
You are reaping what you sowed.

12/1/2011 10:16:42 AM

Osiris

At least Republicans are understanding they can't beat Obama. Not for the right reasons mind you, but they have some inkling of an idea that the likes they have gathered for their nominations are unelectable idiots.

12/1/2011 10:32:58 AM

Frank

"These debates have exposed just how bereft of talent the Republican presidential field is"

Well this part is right. Never see such a bunch of unelectable dimwits running for office in my life. As they say over here..."Thick as pig shit and twice as nasty".

12/1/2011 10:34:25 AM

aaa

I find it quite interesting how ridiculously villainous policies you are supporting.

@Raised by Horses: Has the word "socialist" on it's name, will be branded as a left-wing party by the media. If they are going to get a fascist party going, they will call it "Patriotic Liberty party", "Constitutional Militia party" or something as non-descriptive as that. That is, if they won't just hi-jack the republican party and purge everything left of Reagan.

12/1/2011 10:36:19 AM

Wehpudicabok

The first two sentences of this are the most sense anyone on Renew America has ever made. Luckily the author fills his insanity quota by the end of the paragraph.

12/1/2011 11:50:23 AM

JohnTheAtheist

The problem isn't Islam, the problem is faith. Christianity is no different from Islam except for the fact that in the Western World, enlightened men were able to wrest power away from the religious leaders. When Christianity answered to no one it commited atrocities that Islam is able to exceed only because of modern technology.

Douchebag.

12/1/2011 11:55:39 AM

Jedi Knight

You sound like Anders Behring Breivik.

12/1/2011 12:01:42 PM

pete

I propose a little exercise. First, find out how many Muslim immigrants have been involved in terrorist plots since 9/11. Then, find out how many native born Christians have committed terrorist acts since President Obama was elected.

12/1/2011 12:39:23 PM
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