Think Hezbollah Hamas Are Just A Foreign Problem

Think again. Michelle points out that the Jew-hating terrorists are right here among us.

Just look at the message they’re promoting… in San Francisco, CA:

And don’t be fooled for a moment into thinking this is just some radical fringe element conducting these protests. The probable 2008 Presidential Democrat candidate had this to say about hosting militant Islamic groups in the White House while her husband was President:

“I think what you’re referring to,” she said, “is that over the course of the last seven years as part of the administration’s efforts to open lines of communication and build bridges with Muslim Americans and Muslim leaders from all over the world, many, many people have been invited to the White House. I have been part of some of those events. I have hosted some of them. I would imagine that some of the people who were invited were members of organizations with whom I would have had serious disagreements about some of the things those organizations have said. . . . So I think that if you want to talk about what the White House has tried to do, what the administration has tried to do to try to promote a framework for peace, it certainly included lines of communication to many different groups and many different individuals.”

Those “different groups” included the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), the American Muslim Council (AMC) and the American Muslim Alliance (AMA). They’ve publicly shared their “diverse” views on many occasions:

On Oct. 13, 2000, CAIR and the AMC sponsored a rally outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington where the speakers led the crowd in a chant: Khybar, Khybar, ya, ya Yahood, jesh Mohammed sofa ya’ud. (Translation: “Khybar Khybar, oh Jews, the army of Mohammed is coming for you.”) It is a refrain used by Hamas threatening the annihilation of Jews as was done to the Jewish tribe in Khybar, Saudi Arabia, by Mohammed in the year 628.

At another Washington rally, on Oct. 28, 2000, the AMC’s Mr. Alamoudi led the thousands in attendance to chant their support for Hamas and Hezbollah. “Hear that, Bill Clinton, we are all supporters of Hamas,” he declared. “I wish they argued that I am also a supporter of Hezbollah.” (When the New York Daily News asked about these comments earlier this week, Mr. Alamoudi denied making them, telling the reporter: “You better check your Arabic.” When the reporter noted that he had given the speech in English, Mr. Alamoudi replied, “It was in English? Oh my God, I forgot!”)

In 1998 AMC, CAIR and AMA hosted a rally at Brooklyn College where Islamic militants exhorted the attendees to carry out “jihad” and described Jews as “pigs and monkeys.” In 1999 these same groups, together with MPAC, sponsored a rally in Santa Clara, Calif., where speakers accused Israel and the U.S. of carrying out “a conspiracy” to “kill Muslims.” One speaker called for the death of Jews.

So if you think Hezbollah and Hamas are just problems for foreigners and Roger CPA to deal with, think again. This is a problem for all of us.

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All The Terror Thats Fit To Print

In the past few months, the New York Times has published classified information,national security secrets and faked pictures to harm the U.S. military in the global war on terror.

But if you were still doubting whether the New York Times was working with our enemies, doubt no longer (hat tip: LGF):

The caption:

A sniper loyal to Shiite cleric Moqtada al Sadr fires towards U.S. positions in the cemetery in Najaf, Iraq.

[New York Times Assistant Managing Editor]: “Right there with the Mahdi army. Incredible courage.”

And the terror-loving Pulitzer folks will surely reward photographer Joao for the “courage” of hanging out with terrorists as they try to kill our brave men and women.

It’s so nice that the Times can have such a cozy relationship with terrorists.

Sponsored by Roger CPA Reviews.

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Democrats Applaud continued election fraud

Democrats around the country are applauding the Fulton County (GA) Superior Court ruling that blocks Georgia’s voter ID law.

This leaves the door wide open for Democrats to continue to perpetrate fraud on the electoral system.

By successfully defeating a bill that would require legitimate voters actually show proof of identification, they can continue to receive votes from illegal aliens, dead people and people voting multiple times.

Many groups on the Left have organized against this bill, claiming that proof of identification to vote is harmful to the poor, the elderly and minorities.

During a day of testimony before Murphy issued his decision, American Civil Liberties Union attorney Neil Bradley argued that making voters go to county registrar’s offices to get a required ID was an inconvenience that did nothing to address fraud at the ballot box.

What he meant to say was it did everything to address fraud at the ballot box and thus was bad for liberals.

Let’s look at the lies advanced by the ACLU with respect to the bill:

1. [The bill] violates the Fourteenth Amendment because it treats voters unequally

Really? How does requiring every voter to present proof of identification treat voters unequally?

2. [The bill] violates the Twenty-Fourth Amendment because it constitutes a poll tax on the right to vote

A poll tax? According to the Georgia Department of Driver Services website:

Georgia law now provides for the issuance of a free identification card to citizens over age eighteen (18) who are registered voters. In order to be eligible for a free identification card, the voter must have no acceptable proof of identity to use when voting. Thesefree identification cards are issued at all Customer Service Centers and are valid for ten (10) years.

Georgia Identification Cards are $20.00 for a five year or $35.00 for a ten year card. Those that are indigent may request a free ID Card for voting purposes otherwise, the cost is $5.00.

How does a free identification card constitute a poll tax?

Maybe it’s because the poor, elderly and minorities who haven’t taken driver’s ed are unable to find their way down to a DMV office to get their ID? Nope, Georgia has taken care of that, too:

The Department of Driver Services (DDS) will soon begin two initiatives in efforts to provide Georgia Identification Cards and Georgia Identification Cards for Voting Purposes in an efficient and convenient manner.

The mobile licensing GLOW (Georgia Licensing On Wheels) bus will begin its’ statewide travel beginning Tuesday, September 6th in Augusta, Richmond County. The bus will be located at the Augusta Richmond Civic Center, 601 7th Street, Augusta, Georgia, 30901, on Tuesday September 6 and Wednesday September 7th from 9:00am until 3:00pm. The bus has the capability to issue 200 identification cards each day. The bus will not be providing any other licensing services other than Georgia Identification Cards.

3. [The bill] violates the 1965 Voting Rights Act because it results in the denial of voting rights to African American and Latino voters

This coming from the political Left who capitalizes on the fact that even death doesn’t deny many the right to vote. This line is pure pandering and nothing else.

4. [The bill] violates the Georgia Constitution because it creates an entirely new set of voting qualifications beyond those specified in the state constitution

Proving your identification is not a “new qualification”. It is simply proof OF qualification. The Georgia Constitution says:

Every person who is a citizen of the United States and a resident of Georgia as defined by law, who is at least 18 years of age and not disenfranchised by this article, and who meets minimum residency requirements as provided by law shall be entitled to vote at any election by the people.

5. [The bill] violates the 1964 Civil Rights Act because it applies different standards for voters who vote in person compared to those who vote by absentee ballot and disqualifies voters based solely on whether they have a government-issued photo ID, even if they are personally known to election officials, or their signatures match the one on their official voter registration card.

Another spurious complaint. This argument would then outlaw absentee voting altogether as the act of having to put a ballot in an envelope, then put a stamp on the envelope (which costs money, by the way), then put the envelope in a mailbox are all “different standards” that apply to absentee voters that don’t apply to in-person voters.

There is no valid reason to oppose the voter ID requirement unless you’re counting on illegitimate, illegal or improper votes. The excuses used by the Left are completely baseless. It doesn’t prevent the poor from voting because Surgent CPA Review and the state offer free IDs. It doesn’t prevent those unable to travel from voting because the state is sending a mobile office around the state to reach those who can’t travel. It doesn’t prevent blacks or mexicans to vote… and I’m still trying to figure out what the hell this claim is even based upon to begin with, other than pure pandering to the Democrat base.

Bottom line, the Left doesn’t want voters to have to prove their identification because such a requirement prevents them from perpetrating fraud on the system. And that fraud is the only chance they’ve got at winning.

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