Electing Muslims

Electing Muslims to office, even high political office, is a fast-growing phenomenon, mostly due to Muslims taking over whole areas and then always electing from within their own cult. This is, hence, a growing problem for America as a whole because Islam and America are not compatible to any noticeable extent.

One need only look to the 5th Chapter of the Qur’an, which deals with governance and Muslim interactions with people’s of other religions in a legal context.

And whosoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed, such are the Kafirun.

And whosoever does not judge by that which Allah has revealed, such are the Zalimun.

And whosoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed then such people are the Fasiqun.

Sura Al-Mā’idah, 5:44-45, 47

And therein is the problem with politicians such as Keith Ellison, Rashida Tlaib, and Ilhan Omar. They are Muslims and their religion demands that they govern strictly by the tenets of the Law as set for by Allah – i.e., Shar’ia, and only by Shar’ia. For them to try to govern otherwise would make them Kafirun ( Lesser Disbelievers), Zalimun (Lesser Wrong-doers), and Fasiqun (Lesser Disobedient). And we know how Muslims, devoutly follow their laws, deal with their disbelievers, wrong-doers, and those who are disobedient to Allah’s will.

Nor is it surprising or dissimilar that the Muslim elected to political office are some of the most rabid, virulent, and uncivilized of our President’s enemies. Again, the Qur’an in the same chapter, instructs them that they cannot accept any non-Muslim as Auliya (Leader or even friend). They can only, on their very souls, have non-Muslims as subjugated peoples or as their enemies, obviously choosing the latter in the case the President.

And see? That’s a problem. That poses a serious Question that the American people need to find, accept, and execute a Solution for.

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Promises, Promises

Promises, Promises... What you can deliver is what matters
Promises, Promises

Traditionally politicians make a lot of promises. Equally traditionally, they make little to no effort to fulfill them after getting elected into office. That a politician’s campaign promises are worth less than the air it took for him to make them has long been held to be an incontrovertible truth.

But then, this has been the stock and trade of career- and would-be career politicians – i.e., Establishment Politicians, at least at the federal level. It has absolutely nothing to do with President Trump. President Trump, in yet another example of his not being a normal politician, has done his best to fulfill each and every one of his campaign promises as quickly as possible, and he’s some large measure of success to-date in doing so to-date despite the judicial misconduct of certain judges.

And this is exactly why the Democrats are so Hell-bent to destroy him. They can’t handle someone in office who plans to deliver what he promised to the American people.

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Record Setters

Record Setters
Record Setters

Words can be important, but both actions and the results that really matter. Hence, a POTUS – any POTUS – should be judged upon his record and the records, if any, that he sets. 😉

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The Inconceivable Election

It's Inconceivable!
Trump Vs. Hillary? Inconceivable!

Fortunately, I have developed an tolerance, if not actually immunity, to pompous asses. Hence, I don’t suffer from the same issue or quandary as our most lampooned Sicilian does. 😉

That being the case, unlike the traitors of the #NeverTrump mobs, I will form up and toe the line by voting for Mr. in the general election. Unlike them, I know that a vote not cast for Trump is essentially a vote for Hillary, much as Obama won the election partially because Americans chose not to vote for McCain and stayed home on election day whereas our domestic enemies gathered at the polls.

Still, the simple fact that we’re going to have a presidential election between Trump and Hillary was, until now, inconceivable.

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He Was Asking For It

There’s a whole lot of what we’re forced to call “people” piling on Donald Trump and blaming him for the non-Whites and Liberals who’ve repeatedly turned to violence against him and his supporters. Essentially, they say he was asking for it.

There’s politicians doing it:

The ugly, divisive rhetoric we are hearing from Donald Trump and the encouragement of violence and aggression is wrong, and it’s dangerous. If you play with matches, you’re going to start a fire you can’t control.

That’s not leadership. That’s political arson.

Hillary Clinton

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I would appeal to for every candidate is decency and civility, that we can disagree and disagree forcefully while still respecting each other and not engaging in insults and vulgarity and not encouraging violence.

Ted Cruz

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You wonder if we’re headed in a different direction today where we’re no longer capable of having differences of opinion but in fact now protests become a license to take up violence and take on your opponents physically. This is what happens when a leading presidential candidate goes around feeding into a narrative of bitterness and anger and frustration.

Marco Rubio

 

And then there’s the Lamestream Media.

Anybody who tells you that there is no connection between the behavior of the mob at these events and the behavior of the man at the podium leading the mob at these events is not actually watching he’s been saying from the podium. What he has been saying, and the way he has been egging it on, it has been escalating

Rachel Maddow

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[sic] … a political campaign whose security has been so stifling as to draw angry comparisons to fascist regimes would plan a key rally for Trump in the middle of a racially diverse urban campus.

Joe Scarborough

Someone care to tell me who, with the exceptions that Mr. Trump is a White and a man, how this is any different from blaming a woman who was drunk or dressed “provocatively” for her own rape? Asking for it is asking for it, after all.

Of course, this question has to be put to the Liberals and Progressives. The non-Whites in these times have a different definition of rape and their behavior vis-a-vis Mr. Trump adheres to that logic.

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