Monday, July 18, 2011

Herman Cain Wants to Ban KKK Centers or Something Like That

I hope the headline got your attention because I have a question for you: What does the KKK and the Nation of Islam have in common?


In fact, when it comes to Jews and Catholics, you will find the enemy of my enemy is my friend motto used within the ranks of the KKK.

So when you see the Left screaming at Herman Cain with headlines here, here, here and The Herman Cain Doesn’t Believe in the First Amendment, keep in mind what they were saying when a pastor wanted to exercise his First Amendment rights by burning a Quran.

The headlines: Obama weighs in as plan to burn Qurans sparks debate and this one: Obama and the right to burn the Koran:

Strictly speaking, there was nothing unconstitutional about Obama's campaign, abetted by an all-star cast of national security officials, to get Jones to back off. Presidents have free speech, too. But when was the last time an American citizen got a phone call from the Secretary of Defense urging him to call off a political demonstration? Invoking his status as commander-in-chief, Obama accused Jones of, in effect, abetting America's enemies: "This kind of behavior or threats of action put our young men and women in harm's way. And it's also the best imaginable recruiting tool for al-Qaeda."

(emphasis added)

Okay so burning the Quran is a recruiting tool for the al-Qaeda.

How about Mosques being a recruiting tool for terrorism?

It seems there is a double standard there.

Moreover, which is more a national security risk, burning a book or having home-grown terrorist?

The hypocrisy of the Left is not surprising: to make banning something, just insert the KKK over Mosques and you will get the drift.

It seems Herman Cain is right about the Left and their intolerance.

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