Comment by Jim Campbell
STOP THE CAMERAS: Let’s get this straight. We currently have a ‘former Muslim’ in the White House that has Studied Islam and knows all about it. Now Mitt Romney wants your vote because he has not studied Islam and apparently knows noting about it. This guy is too much, but not enough to be our next president.
What’s the point? He is too clueless to answer!
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
Hamas Child Suicide Bomber
Young Palestinian girl being trained for Jihad
Nope, no inherent threat here: 911 Panel concluded planes were flow by Nuns with Guns
Not Mitt Romney. No way. No how.
Apparently, unlike most everything else, Mitt Romney has not flip-flopped on his position on jihad and Islam. Back in July 2009, I wrote in a post entitled, “Why Romney Won’t be President” that Romney would not be president because he said something so fundamentally and unabashedly wrong about America’s greatest mortal threat that he was unfit to be President: “Jihadism Is not part of Islam.” Yes, he said that. That is frightening coming from a Presidential candidate. Instead of spending the ensuing years studying jihad, Romney appears hardwired for delusion in his latest remarks.
, CNN contributor and editor-in-chief of Big Journalism
, has been sharpening her Tea Party cred against a Mitt Romney
grindstone, bashing the candidate as
an “unrepentant RINO (Republican In Name Only)” whom she “was against” in the last election, and this election. So great is her animus for Romney that she gets entire “mailbags of hate” from his supporters. The only problem is, Loesch voted for Romney in 2008
, and the internet has the proof
. This is the Tea Party equivalent of being in a mosh pit, and having a Justin Bieber
CD fall out of your pocket.
Dana Loesch: “The man is a sham”
To understand just how much Loesch trades on her Mitt-bashing, check out this clip of her “Mailbag of Hate: Mitt Romney Edition.” Listen to the end, though, because whatever you think of Dana Loesch, she does an Elmo impersonation that would fool Big Bird (which also happens to be the name of a defunct Breitbart site that pushed back against scientific consensus among ornithologists):