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Sunday, September 24, 2006

Keith Ellison follow up

I wrote in July about Keith Ellison, the democratic candidate for congress in Minnesota's 5th District. I warned that he could be another David Duke in disguise, and pointed out the liberals "double standard" in endorsing this candidate. I also had one person basically call me a racist and a idiot, which is a typical liberal response when he or she disagrees - resort to name-calling when you know absolutely nothing about me other than I don't agree with you.

I noticed another mention today of Ellison and thought I would post a link to it. This comes from a slightly different angle than I did, but is worth the read just as well. Here is an excerpt:

"As part of his political platform, Mr. Ellison is calling for an immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq and the impeachment of President Bush. Although he has every right to do so under US law, one must ask that if he is elected, will he serve his constituents in conformance with the constitution of the United States, or will he make decisions for the country as a result of the political doctrine imposed by his religion? An important aspect of our democratic society is the separation of church and state, which is the antithesis of orthodox Islam. Under Islam, there is no separation between church and state; Allah is the sole author of the law and it is up to the state to implement the laws of Allah. One only has to look at any country ruled by a Muslim government: the type of government is either dictatorial or autocratic. A true Muslim stipulates that the Qu’ran is the constitution."


The very fact that Ellison seems to have a chance at winning begs the question: Are there that many people that have succumbed to political correctness to the point of being unable to think rationally?

The full article is here.

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2 Comments:

At 6:34 PM, Blogger ELAshley said...

"Are there that many people that have succumbed to political correctness to the point of being unable to think rationally? "

Uhhh... The Democratic Party? :)

 
At 9:09 AM, Blogger D.Daddio Al-Ozarka said...

Err.....Umm....Europe? LOL!

 

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