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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 67 Comments [12/1/2011 4:42:27 AM]
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The first two sentences are spot-on. After that it's a paranoid train wreck. And do you want us to go to war with Mexico? These unwinnable wars are the reason our country is BANKRUPT!

12/1/2011 12:43:38 PM

Dan Onymous

It's good to see that even Republicans are starting to see how stupid Republicans are.

12/1/2011 12:52:13 PM

Mister Spak

@Dan Onymous:

It won't stop them from voting Republic when the alternative is an atheist muslim socialist who isn't qualified because he was born in Kenya.

12/1/2011 1:03:25 PM

v200

So, say there are some muslims coming to America wanting to escape the horrible government they've been living under, you won't let them, is that what I'm hearing? Fucker.

12/1/2011 1:08:50 PM

Mech610

You've never actually met a Muslim have you?

12/1/2011 1:51:58 PM

checkmate

I am sickened by the Republican field.

I have noticed this attitude ripening across the conservative board over the last month or so, marching along with the blatant Republican candidate meltdown.

On the one side I think it's fucking hilarious.

On the other side, however, I believe that democracy needs a functioning opposition, it needs serious groupings for differing opinions; liberal, conservative, independent, whatever.

Beside the present sickening extreme partisanship in US politics, the vocal fractions of the Republican Party are like a goddam monkey cage at the zoo. This is not good for our democracy.

I think there's going to be a day of reckoning come election day. The voting population may be dumb, but it's not stupid.

12/1/2011 2:16:12 PM

Old Viking

Hide, Larry, hide! Under the bed works for me.

12/1/2011 3:08:52 PM

Creedence Leonore Gielgud

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

Your first clue should have been when you realized that it's made up of people like you.

12/1/2011 3:09:18 PM

dfmfundies

@ 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"?

Of course not. We don't want no damn godless liberal marxist socialists in our country!

12/1/2011 3:57:44 PM

Papabear

I agree. The Republican field is a bunch of a**hats with diarrhea of the mouth and constipation of the brain. As far as I can tell though, Muslims have nothing to do with it.

12/1/2011 4:24:00 PM

Fawful has seen God has a vagina on top of his penis

"and if necessary using the military against the Mexican government"

Although I'm young, I'm eager.

BRING IT ON, YOU FASCIST SCUM!!! I'LL BE WAITING!


12/1/2011 4:53:03 PM

BlackMageJ

On the subject of 'countries more suited to their hearts' desires', have you looked at any middle east theocratic dictatorships lately? Sounds right up your street, apart from the fact they use the wrong name when talking to their imaginary friend.

12/1/2011 4:57:10 PM

The_L

Aww, and Larry was doing so well with the first two sentences, too.

12/1/2011 5:15:49 PM

Phoenix

All I got from that was "I am a bigoted idiot afraid of what I don't understand."]

12/1/2011 6:30:46 PM

Skatepunk

@ 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."

I agree 100%, and to this day, I have no clue why the Republican Party thought it was a good idea in the first place.

@Anon-e-moose

Do you store your quotes somewhere? I see some of them a lot, and it looks like you just post them from elsewhere. Or I could be mistaken.

12/1/2011 7:27:52 PM

Thoth

FUCK. FUCKFUCK. Those first two sentences filled me with such hope I had to read it twice.
And then I went on.

On the other hand, decent appraisal of Newt Gingrich.

12/1/2011 10:54:20 PM

farpadokly

Of all the delusions and dogmas of the right, this weird notion that Islam is not a religion, in exactly the same way that Christianity is, with a similar holy text and some of the same prophets, is the most silly and dishonest.
It is a religion with political factions; radical factions and moderate factions. You know, kind of like Christianity. There's a thing called Christian socialism and a thing called the Christian right, and a sort of moderate middle ground. Well, it's sort of the same with Islam and in Arab countries.

12/2/2011 1:03:30 AM

Panz

Do these people ever read anything? I mean if Obama is such a muslim lover, how come he's waged a better fight in a few years than your buddy Dubya did for eight?

Ya know why the military isn't on our boarders? Because you wanted it in the mideast, that's why.

"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."

I'll keep that in mind next time I read about a Christian shooting someone in church or ramming cars off the road...I mean obviously if the fringe of one group represents all, the fringe of your group represents all too

12/2/2011 1:24:26 AM



"using the military against the mexican government"

Iraq and Afghanistan each have 30 million people. The U.S. currently have 90k soldiers in Afghanistan and 50k in Iraq. It used to have 150k.

Make an educated guess about why attacking Mexico, a country of 110 million people with which we share a long border, and to which american companies have heavily invested, would be a bad idea.

12/2/2011 2:55:00 AM



"that is, if they don't highjack the republican party and purge everything left of Reagan"

Haven't they done that already?

12/2/2011 3:03:29 AM

Kinderklein

Ron Paul.

He knows his shit, and you guys hate him for it.

12/2/2011 3:30:05 AM

Wyzard

@ 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.


QFT my friend, QFT

12/2/2011 4:21:13 AM

tranz2deep

Fine mix of conspiracy and fundy madness, here.

The scary thing is, the more he tries to sound reasonable, the more he suddenly spews more venom.

He likes that old transparent stunt of saying something reasonable then pissing out more bigoted shit in need of serious proofs, proofs that naturally do not exist.

For the record, "Larry" strawman; Barack Obama IS NOT Muslim, IS NOT radical, and IS NOT going to be unmanned into being a covert rightwinger by your spewing froth-mouthed nonsense.

The only thing we need to keep out of the "ebbil forrin" countries is the jobs your corporate masters send out there by being "American" corporations that base 75% or more of their actual operations in other countries.

And, dude? Just because your party's leadership is so bigoted and shit-stick STUPID they'd say Happy Birthday when a celebnrity died and honor the hometown of John Wayne.. Gacy DOES NOT mean the genocidal asswipes in charge of like three countries' Islamic churches run the religion.

Just grow up.

12/2/2011 7:06:37 AM

Anon-e-moose

@Skatepunk

Mostly the links to relevant sites/pages etc (via a text file, with tags), as & when they're required to annihilate a quoted fundie's argument. But mostly I work from memory.

That, and just being your everyday Friendly Neighbourhood Argument Annihilator. Gives the 'little grey cells' a workout. [/Poirot]

12/2/2011 9:57:54 AM

Agahnim

This guy seems to have fallen off his rocker... as well as the American political spectrum.

12/2/2011 3:07:03 PM
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