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Saturday, July 16, 2016

Newt: "Obama's attack on me would be more impressive if he had ANY plan to defeat Islamic supremacists"

Trump does not need an attack dog.

Nevertheless, Newt Gingrich is not going to take trash-talk from Barack Obama, who is losing badly to the JV squad.

From the Hill:
Newt Gingrich defended himself Friday over comments on Muslims that the White House panned as "un-American," arguing President Obama wasn't qualified to criticize him.
"Obama's attack on me would be more impressive if he had ANY plan to defeat Islamic supremacist," the former GOP Speaker tweeted. "8 years of failure disqualify him as a critic."
Gingrich in another tweet accused the president of "risking American lives" while criticizing the Obama administration's plans to vet Syrian refugees being relocated into the U.S.
Gingrich, who was in the spotlight this week as a potential running mate for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, caught flak over his proposal to "test" Muslims living in the U.S.
The former Speaker, responding to the terrorist attack in Nice, France, on Thursday night, said Muslims who believe in Shariah law should be deported.
Obama called Gingrich's idea for a test on Muslims "repugnant." White House press secretary Josh Earnest called for Gingrich to "consult his copy of the pocket Constitution."
“We cannot give into fear or turn on each other or sacrifice our way of life,” Obama said. “We cannot let ourselves be divided by religion, because that is exactly what the terrorists want. We should never do their work for them.”
Some Democrats and Muslim activists also criticized Gingrich's remarks. Gingrich pushed back on the media " hysteria" over his comments on Friday, while clarifying his position in a Facebook Live video.
"If you are a practicing Muslim and you believe deeply in your faith, but you're also loyal to the United States and you believe in the Constitution, you should have your rights totally, completely protected within the Constitution," Gingrich said, according to CNN. "You should have nothing to fear. Your children should have nothing to fear."
"This is not about targeting a particular religion or targeting people who practice in a particular way," he continued. "This is about looking at particular characteristics that we have learned painfully, time after time, involve killing people, involve attacks on our civilization."
Un-American?

Everyone associated with Obama seems to be un-American from Bill Ayers to Jeremiah Wright to Van Jones to Anita Dunn....

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8 comments:

  1. Communists tend to be anti-American.

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  2. Hey "Josh" let's either claim adherence to the Constitution, or not. You don't get to trash it 24/7/365 then refer to it when it suits your purposes. I am about as much of a Constitutional scholar as is obama, but I don't think it states that no one ever could be deported; and Congress can amend it. In other words SHUT UP.

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  3. Maybe Newt can explain how those Muslims who believe deeply in their faith -- which as I understand it calls for sharia law (right?) -- and at the same time believe in the US Constitution, which does not. These things don't quite fit together and therein lies the rub.

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  4. "We cannot give into fear or turn on each other or sacrifice our way of life”

    I'm trying to parse this remark by Obama. By OUR way of life, is he referring to "American values" or "Islamic values"? Based on the evidence, after nearly 8 years, I'm strongly leaning towards the latter.

    There are 187 days until Obama leaves office.

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  5. Maybe Newt can explain how those Muslims who believe deeply in their faith -- which as I understand it calls for sharia law (right?) -- and at the same time believe in the US Constitution, which does not. These things don't quite fit together and therein lies the rub.

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  6. The libs keep saying how the right to keep and bear arms only applies to muskets. OK, then freedom of religion applies only to Christianity and Judaism. Kick the bastards out.

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  7. "The former Speaker, responding to the terrorist attack in Nice, France, on Thursday night, said Muslims who believe in Shariah law should be deported."

    This has shades of Robin Williams in Good Morning, Vietnam: "We go up and ask people 'Are YOU the enemy?', and whoever say 'yes', we shoot 'em".

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  8. Funniest line: someone in the Obama administration appealing to the Constitution. Wrongly in this case, but nevertheless.

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