Is this man a Muslim?

Grover Norquist Is a Secret Muslim


How do you spot a Muslim? A beard is usually a good tip off. That’s how Cathie Adams, former chairman of the Texas Republican Party and current president of the Texas arm of the conservative interest group Eagle Forum, unmasked Grover Norquist. Adams explained at a Tea Party event this week that the anti-tax lobbyist is part of a “stealth jihad” being carried out in the U.S. “As you see, he has a beard. He’s married [to] a Muslim woman,” she said. “But he denies that he has converted himself. He denies that.” Norquist isn’t the only prominent figure involved in this secret jihad. Adams suggested clean-shaven CIA Director John Brennan could very well be an undercover Muslim as well. “Where is the outcry?” she demanded. “Thank God that Ted Cruz is now in the United States Senate!”

Interesting. I always suspected Michelle Bachmann was a beard; does that make her Muslim too, maybe even another member of the “stealth jihad”? Read other examples of thinking from the fringe at The Daily Beast.

Fatwa II

It’s back …

“The death sentence of Salman Rushdie, an apostate, was issued with the aim of drying up the roots of anti-Islamic conspiracies, and now it is only through this fatwa that we can neutralize the vengeful conspiracies.”

And you thought a crappy anti-Islamic movie wouldn’t affect the literary world. It seems that the same muslim factions that are protesting against the film have concluded that all the films, cartoons, books, etc. would never have happened if the fatwa against Salman Rushdie had been carried out. The only possible answer is to correct their mistake and get Rushdie. I understand that the reward for killing the apostate is up to about three and a half million. I know a couple of guys in North Newark that would make it happen for a lot less.

I understand Rushdie’s position at Emory University is just about over so it will be convenient for the author to go back into hiding.

This death penalty for apostasy may seem a bit drastic but if you look into the Bible, it’s a Christian thing too.