In bed with islam- Grover Norquist and Rick Perry

I have never liked Grover Norquist and his ties to islam are well known and many conservatives tend to look the other when this unsavory topic comes up. .He has done tremendous damage to the conservative cause that this country needs to right itself.

Rick Perry and Grover Norquist also seems to be quite well connected and one has to wonder if this spells even deeper trouble for our country should Perry carry the day and become the Republican who will run against obama, the first muslim illegal alien potus.

Perry is obviously tainted, as is Norquist by their connections to islam, hamas and the muslim brotherhood. There are other dangerous connections to islam with both of these individuals.

Below you find an article by Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch that was in Human Events and one Michelle Malkin back from 2009 on Grover Norquist. Read these and get mad, very mad. There are many islamosympathizers inside both parties and islam is making deep inroads inside where it will be extremely hard to incise islam out like the cancer that it is. If one looks a little bit you will discover for yourself the deep ties so many candidates have to islam and islamic terrorist organizations.

All candidates must be examined and people MUST do their homework before they decide on who to back in 2012. islam is patient and is willing to bide it's time to ruin this country as it is now wrecking Europe and England.

I had some issues with blogger tonight and fought with this post for over an hour and then let it stand. My apologies for the abundance of bold type below in the article.

DO NOT BE FOOLED. There are many in bed with islam and you have been warned.


Rep. Frank Wolf Calls Out Grover Norquist on Jihad Ties
by Robert Spencer

Last Tuesday on the House floor, Rep. Frank Wolf (R.-Va.) showed more courage than most of the members of his party have ever managed to summon:  He called out influential Republican power broker and anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist for, among other things, his close ties to jihad terrorists and Islamic supremacists.

Many anti-jihadists have been concerned for years about Norquist’s jihad ties, and his deleterious influence on the Republican Party, but that concern ended abruptly when it turned out that Norquist was close friends with Rick Perry.  People who had been on record repeatedly criticizing Norquist for being in bed with Islamic supremacists suddenly discovered that, hey, everyone does it (ignoring the fact that Norquist is closer to Perry than he is to other candidates), and what’s a few Hamas ties among friends, anyway?

But not Wolf.  On the House floor, Wolf said of Norquist, "Documentation shows that he has deep ties to supporters of Hamas and other terrorist organizations that are sworn enemies of the United States and our ally Israel.”  He pointed out that “around the years 2000 and 2001, Mr. Norquist’s firm represented Abdurahman Alamoudi, who was convicted two years later for his role in a terrorist plot and who is presently serving a 23-year sentence in federal prison.”

Norquist, reported Wolf, “also associated with terror financier Sami Al-Arian, according to Mary Jacoby’s reporting in March 2003, in the St. Petersburg Times.  Al-Arian pled guilty in 2006 'to a charge of conspiring to provide services to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), a specially designated terrorist organization, in violation of U.S. law,' and is under house arrest, according to a Department of Justice press release.  The Palestinian Islamic Jihad’s ‘paramilitary wing—the al-Quds Brigades—has conducted numerous attacks, including large-scale suicide bombings,’ according to the National Counterterrorism Center.”

These are the kinds of people for whom Norquist opened doors.  Norquist, said Wolf, “served as a key facilitator between Al-Arian, Alamoudi and the White House.  … In June 2001, Al-Arian was among the members of the American Muslim Council invited to the White House complex.  ... The next month, the National Coalition to Protect Political Freedom—a civil liberties group headed by Al-Arian—gave Norquist an award for his work to abolish the use of secret intelligence evidence in terrorism cases.”

Wolf also pointed out that Norquist “even used Americans for Tax Reform to circulate a petition in support of the ‘Ground Zero Mosque,' ” which 70% of Americans oppose.  “Why would Americans for Tax Reform,” Wolf asked, “circulate a petition in support of the ‘Ground Zero Mosque?’  For the families of those who lost loved ones on 9/11 or during operations in the War on Terror, concerns about the 'Ground Zero Mosque’ were neither a ploy nor a distraction, as Norquist described it.”

Norquist’s influence on the Republican Party is extraordinarily damaging, as it keeps on leading so many to turn a blind eye to the stealth jihad that Norquist continues so energetically to advance.  Congressman Wolf deserves congratulations, and the gratitude of every patriot, for having the courage that so many lack, and calling out Norquist on the floor of Congress.

In his response to Wolf, Norquist showed how thoroughly he has mastered the tried-and-true tactic of his Islamic supremacist partners:  He cried racism, smearing his opponent, and claiming victim status when his wrongdoing was pointed out, instead of responding with anything substantive.

Norquist dubbed Wolf’s allegations “disgusting,” claiming that “some staffer of his went onto the racist websites, you know, dug up stuff from 10 years ago.  I’m married to a woman who’s Muslim, and it’s sad and it’s disgusting.  It reflects poorly on him.  I think given his district, he’s going to spend a lot of time apologizing for getting into the gutter and anti-Arab and anti-Muslim bigotry.  I suppose this staffer who got this stuff off websites did as much chucking [sic] as the idiots who put it forward.”

Norquist said that Wolf’s charges were “just silly.  It’s just a series of rants that mean nothing and have no effect on anything, and are neither honorable or honest.”  But Wolf stood by his remarks, saying:  “There’s a clear pattern there. You need to look at who he’s associated with.”

Indeed.  Unless, of course, you’re so in thrall to the prospect of a Rick Perry presidency that suddenly a guy who’s in bed with Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood doesn’t seem so bad after all.


The GOP’s Grover Norquist problem and the RNC debate
By Michelle Malkin  •  January 5, 2009 
GOP insiders and party activists are excited about today’s RNC chairman debate hosted by Grover Norquist and Americans for Tax Reform. Norquist will moderate the debate beginning at 1pm Eastern this afternoon at the National Press Club in Washington DC. The event will be broadcast on C-SPAN and streamed at RNCDebate.org. And lots of conservative Twitter users will be in attendance. HA round-up here. Questions ostensibly will come from grass-roots conservatives, though a heated battle broke out between Ron Paul supporters who want to focus on policy and electoral-driven Beltway strategists like Patrick Ruffini who only want “good” questions that focus on strategy. Chastises Ruffini:
Whether it’s Ron Paul Republicans or movement conservatives or moderates, my message to all is one and the same: the RNC is not a policymaking body — nor should it be. It cannot make Republicans in Congress spend less, worthy a goal as that might be. The RNC’s job is to win elections — period. That means the RNC is made up of good political people — not policy wonks — who with all due respect, you wouldn’t want making policy.
All the candidates for RNC Chairman are good conservatives. RNC members should choose the one who will win elections. As I’ve written over the last few days, technology, strategy, and tactics are not the only things — and success in these areas is inextricably linked to having a Republican message “we can believe in.” 
I’ve had my disagreements with Ron Paul supporters, but I see nothing wrong with their desire to grill RNC candidates on issues that matter to them. The RNC may not be a “policymaking body,” but its policy positions drive “strategy” and “tactics” and donor outreach efforts. Which brings us back to Grover Norquist and the unpleasant realities that these strategists and rebranding gurus and RNC candidates don’t want to talk about. Party power player Norquist and the ATR propose to help fix the GOP’s problems.

Norquist is part of the problem.

Some of us have not forgotten how Norquist made common cause with the left-wing zealots at People for the American Way in a forum bashing the Patriot Act — and how he forged even more dangerous alliances in the name of Muslim GOP outreach. Flashback from my column in October 2003:

Alec “the Bloviator” Baldwin has a new bosom buddy: Beltway Republican strategist Grover Norquist.
The Bush-bashing actor-turned-activist and the Muslim vote-courting political organizer joined together at a Washington, D.C.-area conference last weekend to perpetuate bald lies about the Patriot Act and to oppose the “repressive” War on Terror (repressing terrorist suspects apparently being a bad thing).

Baldwin and Norquist’s panel, titled “Strange Bedfellows,” was sponsored by the ultraliberal group, People for the American Way (PFAW). When PFAW head and panel participant Ralph Neas ranted about the lack of judicial and Congressional oversight of the Justice Department’s terror investigations, the audience applauded passionately. According to National Review Online reporter Byron York, Baldwin (the “moderator”) then turned to Norquist for comment.
“Ditto,” Norquist replied. Never mind the flat-out falsity of Neas’ claim. The smarmy Baldwin looked at his panelists and proudly remarked: “Can’t you feel the love?”
…Norquist’s kissy-kissy partnership with a washed-up Hollywood Clintonite is the least of his unseemly alliances.
Consider: The conference they attended last weekend was hosted by the National Coalition to Protect Political Freedom (NCPPF), which was co-founded in 1997 by Sami Al-Arian — the former University of South Florida professor charged earlier this year as a fund raiser and organizer for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist group. The money Al-Arian allegedly raised went to terrorist operations overseas that killed at least two Americans. In 2001, Al-Arian’s NCPPF gave Norquist an award for his work to abolish the use of secret intelligence evidence in terrorism cases. Al-Arian was the keynote speaker. Insight investigative reporter Ken Timmerman says Norquist told the magazine he remains “proud” of the award.
Among other major participants and sponsors of the NCPPF conference was the American Muslim Council (AMC). In January, the group accused President Bush of “calling on God to kill innocent Iraqi children.” The next day, the group instructed mosque directors to block FBI counterterrorism efforts. Late last month, AMC founder Abdurahman Alamoudi was charged with illegally accepting money from Libya for his efforts to persuade the United States to lift sanctions against that nation. He also allegedly attempted to smuggle hundreds of thousands of dollars to Syria, which federal officials say was intended for delivery to Damascus-based terrorist groups.
Alamoudi’s arrest is part of a larger Justice Department investigation of terrorism funding focused on Saudi-backed Islamic foundations and businesses based in Herndon, Va. (Alamoudi is also responsible for founding the American Muslim Armed Forces and Veterans Affairs Council to “certify Muslim chaplains hired by the military,” including Capt. James “Youssef” Yee — charged last week with taking classified information home from Guantanamo Bay.) A so-called “moderate,” Alamoudi is on record praising the terrorist group Hezbollah and proclaiming: “We are all followers of Hamas.”
Norquist’s lobbying firm is registered as a lobbyist for Alamoudi. Alamoudi provided seed money for Norquist’s Islamic Institute, which shares space with Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform group. The institute is run by Alamoudi deputy and former AMC government relations director Khaled Saffuri. Saffuri and Norquist have worked closely with Bush senior adviser Karl Rove to give radical Muslim activists access to the White House. No doubt because of their efforts, Alamoudi was invited to a White House prayer service after the Sept. 11 attacks.
If any Democrat activist had such shady connections, conservatives would be on him like white on rice. Instead, Norquist has gotten away with smearing his critics — most notably, former Reagan official Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy, one of the most decent and patriotic Republicans I’ve had the honor of meeting — as hatemongers.
 Alamoudi pleaded guilty in 2004 to accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars from Libya in violation of U.S. law and attempting to hide it from the government. Another reminder from Insight magazine of how Norquist tried to silence those who questioned his reckless strategic decisions by branding them as racists and bigots:
Norquist was Alamoudi’s most influential Washington facilitator, authorities believe, noting that Norquist reminds friend and foe alike that he is close to the president’s powerful political strategist, Karl Rove.
Norquist, who previously has denied any suggestion that his work facilitated any wrongdoing, not only introduced Alamoudi to Washington GOP power circles but also Sammy Al Arian, whom prosecutors arrested earlier this year for alleged terrorist activities. Federal law-enforcement sources say they are focusing on some of Norquist’s associates and financial ties to terrorist groups.
Alamoudi ran, directed, founded or funded at least 15 Muslim political-action and charitable groups that have taken over the public voice of Islamic Americans. Through a mix of civil-rights complaints, Old Left-style political coalitions and sheer persistence, Alamoudi helped inch the image of U.S.-based Islamists toward the political mainstream and induced politicians to embrace his organizations. He sought to secure the support first of the Clinton administration in seeking to repeal certain antiterrorist laws, but when Bill Clinton failed to deliver, Alamoudi defected to Bush, then governor of Texas. Alamoudi and other Muslim leaders met with Bush in Austin in July [2000], offering to support his bid for the White House in exchange for Bush’s commitment to repeal certain antiterrorist laws.
That meeting, sources say, began a somewhat strained relationship between the self-appointed Muslim leaders and the Bush team. Some senior Bush advisers voiced caution to Rove, who is said to have disregarded such concerns, seeing instead an opportunity to bring another ethnic and religious group into the GOP big tent. A photo of the Austin event shows Bush with Alamoudi standing over his left shoulder, flanked by the former head of the Pakistani Communist Party, several open supporters of the Hamas and Hezbollah terrorist groups and other individuals Insight is trying to identify.
Canceled checks obtained by Insight show Alamoudi provided seed money to start a GOP-oriented Muslim group called the Islamic Institute, which Norquist originally chaired and now is led by former Alamoudi aide and former AMC staffer Khaled Saffuri. A White House memo obtained by Insight prepared for coordinating Muslim and Arab-American “public-liaison” events with the White House shows that the Islamic Institute was instrumental in establishing the connection. The memo, from early 2001, provides lists of invitees and the name, date of birth and Social Security number of each. Norquist, as the first chairman of the Islamic Institute, tops the list.
Alamoudi and others, including Norquist, tried to keep critics at bay by branding them as “racists” and “bigots.”

Will the next RNC chairman remain silent about Norquist’s security-undermining strategic alliances? Will the next RNC chairman openly reject the same race-card-playing strategies that have corrupted a money-grubbing party establishment? Or will the field of candidates kiss the ring and hold their tongues?

The guaranteed silence on these issues today will speak volumes.
The RNC debate is over. There was much pandering and kowtowing and pledging to increase minority outreach efforts. 

What no RNC candidate would say:
I will never engage in “outreach” efforts at the cost of our security and sovereignty.

4 Comments - Share Yours!:

Findalis said...

Perry is pretty much out so what ever he does it really doesn't make any sense.

Norquist is a RINO and will be treated by the voters that way.

Quranreading said...

Dear i have one question in my mind. that who tell us that terrorist are Muslims. who tell us that Islam is their only religion. i mean their are millions of non Muslims who Robb, kill and do sexual abuse but no one mention them. then why every one is behind Muslim. Do you think Muslim are so important to us. and do they matter us. I mean we have million other problems why not look at them and solve them. I mean who ever follow bible, Quran any other book we don't need to think about them think of just our people who are in trouble. I mean we don't need to pay attention to those Muslims and Islam and terrorism . this problem is useless.

PatriotUSA said...

I think you have been here before and we trashed you ass all across the room and I am thinking you might be a muslim and be terminally ill, suffering from allah's revenge.

I suggest you eat a side of bacon, followed by a few ice cold beers and then find a dog and pig to adopt. Be sure to give them free roam INSIDE your home. You can still be free, give up islam.

taqiyya will not work here dear!

Yes, islam is a the biggest threat to my country's freedom. Nice try. islam is responsible for more deaths than any other political ideology. Got that? Your cult is NOT a religion.

Get lost,

HermitLion said...

If you can get past the horrible grammar, the link to quran reading is a dead give-away. Gentlemen, we have ourselves a muslim guest!

So, for our more curious readers, notice how a muslim attempts to deceive us:
A) They assure you that everything is just superb! No need to fear muslims - they're a swell bunch, who simply love to rob, kill, and rape, but...
B) Everyone is doing it anyway, so loosen up buddy, and stop being a cranky grump!
C) They pretend to be one of us, by using the word "we".
D) Finally, once they've finished pretending to be your peace-loving, daughter raping, church burning, genocide committing friend, they invite you to read the quran, and see for yourself how wonderfully peaceful it is, once you get past the 60% of the book that deals with how to enslave and murder anyone who isn't a muslim.

This was our lesson in Taqiyya for today. Tomorrow we will discuss proper sentence separation with commas, rudimentary capitalization, and the novel idea of the paragraph. I know islam has invented everything we use, from math, to Intel's Core i5 architecture, but somehow its followers still have difficulty grasping basic punctuation.

And since we're all the best of friends, we really should try to help them.