What can you say about Newt Gingrich? When he speaks, he is almost always right.
Now he is speaking out on behalf of Congressman Michele Bachmann.
Since first asking U.S. intelligence and security agencies to look into possible ties between Huma Abedin and the Muslim Brotherhood, the personal attacks on Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) have been relentless. First from Senator John McCain (R-AZ), and then from Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN). Bachmann quickly indicated he too should be under investigation along with Abedin.
In the middle of this spat, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has emerged in Bachmann's defense and is literally striking down the arguments against her in broad daylight.
For example, whereas McCain had described Bachmann's question about Abedin as an "attack," Gingrich made it clear that it wasn't an attack, nor was it an "allegation," rather it was simply a "question." And as Gingrich pointed out, "the question ought to be asked across the board. What's the role of the Muslim Brotherhood, what are its various networks and to what degree does it now influence the United States?"
It is a legitimate question. The Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist organization that seeks to impose an Islamic state world wide, with Sharia law.
If you like Iran, you will love what the Muslim Brotherhood has in mind. They freely admit their highest goal is “Jihad” and to “die in the way of Allah.” In other words they want to die in Jihad. In plain English, they want to conquer, kill and subjugate the infidels. That is you and me for anyone who misses the finer point.
It is not shocking that the Party of Treason is attacking Michele Bachmann. They attach anyone who loves this nation and believes in patriotic values. What is very disturbing is Republicans are turning on her.
Perhaps it is not shocking that John Boehner has turned on Michele Bachmann. Boehner acts like he takes his orders from Obama, not the people who put him in the speaker’s chair.
Michele Bachmann has been a courageous voice in the Congress. She has stood for America and American values, even when it has been hard to do.
Where the hell is the Republican establishment? They are putting John Boehner’s freshly laundered white flag of surrender into the breeze to see which way it is blowing.
Is it asking John Boehner and the rest of the Republican leadership too much to grow a pair?
Michele Bachmann, contrary to what the drive by media is saying, has not accused anyone of anything. She has simply raised some important questions.
Those questions should be answered.
If those questions were raised about the influence of communist China or North Korea or any other group, there would be no argument. There should be none here either.
Newt said Michele Bachmann was asking questions not making accusations.
Once again, Newt is right.
I am not shocked at all that the GOP is turning their back on Michelle Bachmann.
She is a REAL AMERICAN and they are a bunch of WORMS. If the Tea Party had any brains or sense, Michelle would be the Republican nominee for President instead of Mitt. I notice Mitt hasn't spoken up for her either. GOP cowardice knows no bounds.
Get on the phone and call the republican leadership now and tell them to stop bashing Michelle and to support her. If the still refuse. Call them back and then tell them if they do not then we will vote them out of office for sure in the coming election. If not this one, then we will in the next one.
James: How many phone calls,e-mails,letters have American people done? We have to recognize that most are not on our side and could care less what we think or believe. If we don't stand up in numbers and go face to face with these people our days of free society are limited. They believe Americans have very short attention spans. I do also or why would so many follow the establishment during recent primaries. They told us who to vote for and being good little fools we followed. People can't or won't think for themselves,need someone tell us how to act. Michelle is getting lots of support now,but where was that support in primaries. We have only a handful of conservatives who will stand up for us,but we can't seem to support them,why?
James I am calling Coats and Buschon my Senator and Congressman and tell them both to not get on the bandwagon! In fact a fair question no matter how hot the topic needs to be asked and deserves and answer! Lets go for it folks.
Very right and we need to support Bachmann. When simple questions cause a defense response you know they are avoiding telling the truth. They want to distract as usual rather than converse. Sal did a good job!
Act For America is an excellent website and is on top of this issue. If you go to their site, which I linked, you can send an email to your representatives in DC for free, telling them that you support Cong. Bachmann and the other signers of the letter.
Ocassionally for amusement purposes, I watch the Communist News Network.
Last week as this news was breaking, I was just astounded that the Wolfman Blitzer
not 5 minutes before the Bachman report, was going on in a separate news story about
how "negligent the FBI and other agencies were as to the signs pointing to Army Maj. Nidal Hasan
as turning into a radical muslim extremist. How could they possibly have missed this? He asks.
Answer is simply by ignoring signs that are right in front of them and believing that questions the motives
of muslim extremist and their great silent majority who is complicit with them just as is illustrated
with the Bachman story.
To this day, this tragic occurence is not referred to as a "terrorist act". Such BS
Ron, You have expressed the progressive deterioration of the family and public very well.
Regarding churches, you have lost the details, and I cannot really follow your condemnations there. I believe you should rerun your explanation.
I think he is saying the churches covet the tax exempt status more than preaching the truth.
They "trimmed" to Word as to not offend people and looked at attendance numbers (plus tithes checks).
They spent money on huge and extravagant churches instead of spending it on things that work towards saving others.
They did not like the world so the drew inwards to protect themselves it.
Forgive me if I misinterpreted your post Ronald.
Thanks, Randy Birch, for clarifying the tax exemption for churches, which I assume to be correct now, as it certainly didn't start up with LBJ. I will do my own research on this. Important to note that churches LIVE to assist the needy, in every way, through donations and used items; through thousands of hours of fund-raising with dinners, raffles, etc. All of these charitable activities should be taken into consideration when a voice arises that suggests we remove churches' tax-exempt status. Then who would care for the sick, needy, homeless, orphans? Does that or any other voice believe that the government would step in and pay the bill for these great needs? These are the needs that Christians rise in virtue to fill, as did their Founder. One can fairly conclude that churches are doing what governments will not do!