Friday, September 10, 2010

Obama Embraces Radical Imam and Denounces Radical Pastor

It has been widely reported that a Florida pastor planned on a Quran burning event to coincide with the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks by Muslim jihadists. It was breaking news on Thursday when Pastor Terry Jones canceled his “International Burn a Koran Day.

During the height of controversy over the Koran burning, Obama spoke out against it making it clear that he was speaking as “Commander in chief of the armed forces of the United States.” From this newly acknowledged position, the POTUS warned of the dangers to our troops and claimed the Florida pastor’s actions were counter to American values; clearly Obama made this a national issue.

Additionally, during the height of controversy over Imam Rauf’s desire via his Cordoba Initiative to erect a mosque 600-feet from Ground Zero, populate his already established Sharia Index Project, put into motion the subject of his book (published by terror supporting organizations) calling for dawa from the rubble of the WTC site and a Sharia compliant America, President Obama refused to weigh in brushing it off as a “local issue.”

Not only didn’t the president denounce the imam’s nefarious designs, he later embraced them during Ramadan celebrations at the White House.

Now, this isn’t a matter of pointing to bad behavior (radical imam) to justify other bad behavior (radical pastor). Both actions should be denounced, therein lays the rub and the point.

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