July 23, 2012, - 4:17 pm

Michele Bachmann Attack: McCain Has History of Muslim Bro’hood Support; But This is Future (& Present) of GOP

By Debbie Schlussel

*** UPDATE: Marco Rubio joins the chorus of Islamo-pandering Republi-dhimmis attacking Michele Bachmann (maybe Muslims helped him avoid criminal charges for illegally charging tens of thousands of dollars in personal expenses to his Florida GOP credit card)***

Readers have been clamoring for me to write about John McCain’s attack–and that of other prominent Republicans–on Michele Bachmann for over a week. But I had other things going on, and plenty of also-rans wrote about it. However, since you’ve repeatedly asked for it, since I have information on this no one else has, and since I was asked for my comments on it, this morning on Tulsa, Oklahoma’s “The Pat Campbell Show,” here is my take. It shouldn’t be a surprise or shock to any regular reader of this site that McCain attacked Bachmann for asking the government to investigate top government officials with direct ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. As I’ve detailed on this site for a year-and-a-half, McCain supports the Muslim Brotherhood and even met with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt long ago, encouraging them to field a candidate in the Presidential elections. And he’s supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria, much as he did the Al-Qaeda operatives in Libya. Nor should the fact be surprising that other Republicans stepped up to the plate to beat Bachmann with their PC, Islamo-pandering baseball bats. As I’ve noted on this site for more than ten years, this is not just the future of the Republican Party. It’s the present.


John Boehner’s joining of the McCain attack on Michele isn’t a surprise, either. He’s a liberal Republican. There’s nothing conservative about him. His own recent Republican Party Chairman of Ohio, a descendant of President Taft, pandered to HAMAS CAIR Muslims, co-conspirators in HAMAS terrorism.

Some of you seem to have forgotten that George W. Bush sought the Muslim endorsement against Al Gore, and he was such an Islamo-panderer that he got the endorsement. The Bush Campaign sent representatives to CAIR events in 2004, seeking the Muslim vote again. I attended one of those events, and the porcine Paul Welday, a perpetual losing candidate and flamboyant lobbyist, represented the Bush White House at the Michigan HAMAS CAIR event, praising Yasser Arafat. The Republican Party of neighboring Michigan reaches out regularly to the most extremist Muslims, including HAMAS CAIR. A recent Republican Party of Michigan chairman, Saul Anuzis, recruited Nasser Beydoun, a Shi’ite Muslim Hezbollah supporter (who led Hezbollah rallies,) to run for the U.S. Senate as a Republican. Hezbollah’s not the Muslim Brotherhood, but it’s the Shi’ite counterpart and just as bad (and it worked with Muslim Brotherhood spawn, Al-Qaeda, to attack Americans in several operations, including the bombing of the Khobar Towers and US soldiers throughout Iraq). When I confronted Anuzis on this, he said he would actively recruit the votes of Shi’ite Hezbollah supporters in Dearbornistan and do what it takes to get them. That’s what these attacks on Michele Bachmann are all about: Muslim votes, in addition to political correctness. And that’s stupid because, at least for now, Muslim votes are small and irrelevant . . . unless you are running for Judge in Dearbornistan or Dearbornistan Heights. As I reported on this site, Michigan Republican Governor Rick Snyder hosted a Michigan Muslim Capitol Day event sponsored by HAMAS CAIR and he and Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette appeared at campaign events sponsored, hosted, and populated by open Hezbollah and Muslim Brotherhood supporters. And they knew with whom they were meeting, as they refused to respond to inquiries about it.

And that’s the problem Michele Bachmann won’t call out. She has never had the courage to ask why Republicans pander to jihadists. She was in Congress during part of the Bush Administration. And yet, she never sent such a letter when President Bush was regularly appointing Muslim Brotherhood supporters to top positions in Homeland Security and even a man, Suhail Khan, whose father raised money for Al-Qaeda and brought Ayman Al-Zawahiri into the U.S., to jobs in the White House and at a Department of Transportation job which oversaw transports of nuclear weapons and biohazards on U.S. highways. Because I exposed that on this site and in a National Review Online article, I was banned by National Review, at the request of the Bush White House and with the acquiescence by National Review Editor Rich Lowry. Lowry admitted to me that, even though he acknowledged that my article was 100% accurate, he was banning me at the request of Al-Qaeda progeny Suhail Khan.

This kind of thing goes on throughout the conservative movement that regularly fetes and honors and hosts Grover Norquist (he is the honored guest of an NRO/American Spectator cruise this summer). That’s even though Norquist took money he knew came from Al-Qaeda and laundered other money for Jack Abramoff. This pandering to Muslim Brotherhood acolytes went on throughout the Bush Administration, which set the record for appointing dangerous Muslim Brotherhood figures to positions involving national security and high-level security clearance. That was the time to complain and raise holy hell. We expected that from Obama. We shouldn’t have expected it from Bush. But we–that means Michele Bachmann, not me–did nothing, said nothing. In fact, Bachmann still helps elevate Norquist because she continues to sign his no tax pledge. That’s despite the fact that more and more Republican candidates have refused to sign it. She gives credence to Norquist and won’t denounce him. I guess she doesn’t care that, under Bush, he got a good deal of Muslims (including his beard . . . er, wife) high-level jobs with top secret clearance and access to national security information and intelligence.

And one of the biggest phonies “angry” at Michele Bachmann (but not the four other Congressman who signed letters to the State Department) is Mike Rogers, the Michigan Republican who chairs the House Intelligence Committee. He is a completely useless tool, who pretends to fight terrorism and rants on “60 Minutes” about it while ogling Lara Logan, but actually does everything to enable Islamic terrorism supporters to reach all levels of government. He’s no surprise either, just a complete phony who pretends to be a conservative. As I wrote on this site a while ago, this hypocrite, Rogers, had no answers for me and my Lebanese Christian friends, when we asked him at a fundraiser they foolishly hosted for him, why he refused to do anything to get patriotic Christian Lebanese Arabic speakers as FBI and ICE agents and government translators. They and Sephardic Jews have been routinely shut out in favor of extremist Muslim Shi’ites and Sunnis who support Hezbollah and HAMAS and who tip off Muslims about impending investigations and lie when they do translations. Rogers guffawed and promised to do something, but it was all cheap talk. He’s an Islamo-panderer as his acquiescence in the attack on Michele Bachmann starkly demonstrates. I challenge anyone to show me one thing Mike Rogers has ever done to make the country safer from Islamic terrorists.

The letter Michele Bachmann and a handful of other Republican Congressmen signed and sent requesting an investigation into individuals like Huma Abedin Weiner was legitimate. Huma Abedin has top secret security clearance and access to the most important intelligence and national security information. Information she gleans from, for example, intelligence the Israelis send us, she could easily send to her mother and sister, both of whom are involved in the Muslim Brotherhood’s women’s auxiliary in neighboring Egypt. Not exactly what we’d want to happen. And, in fact, as I’ve repeatedly said over the years, the Muslim Brotherhood is the proud parent of HAMAS, Islamic Jihad, Al-Qaeda, and a number of other Sunni terrorist organizations. That’s not a secret. It’s absurd that a person that close to the Brotherhood is that high up in the U.S. government. But, like I said, the same thing happened in the Bush Administration, and Michele Bachmann never wrote a letter, never said a word, never let out a peep about that.

That’s one of her mistakes. The other is that she relied on Frank Gaffney to write the letter. He’s one of the biggest phonies, nastiest people, and most loathsome individuals who pretends to fight jihad, but actually is in this to fill his bank account. He pays himself nearly a half million a year, and while he does that, he endlessly promotes jihad-enablers and Arab Spring con artists like Mohammed Zuhdi Jasser a/k/a M. Zuhdi Jasser. Read the details about this fake, Jasser, in my expose on this fraud. (Jasser also recently defended the jihad of a Muslim boy band member and attacked me for exposing it.) Gaffney continues to embrace the fakery that Muslims are nice peaceful people and that the only bad ones are a few “Islamists.” He won’t admit what he knows is the truth because it would hurt his bottom line in fundraising and he wouldn’t be making a half million a year to put out plagiarized, uninformed columns and studies. Yup, that’s right. Plagiarized. Gaffney admitted to me in writing that he plagiarized one of my columns (down to the ellipses I inserted in a quote), but since he plagiarized it from a blog that plagiarized it, that made it okay and he wasn’t going to give credit. Then, one of his publicists admitted to me that they ripped off, uncredited (per usual), all of the stories I broke about Caribou Coffee and the Muslims that own it (which I broke in my New York Post column), for his completely ripped off “sharia study.” And then after repeatedly stealing from me, he and his staff have for years engaged in a whispering campaign against me. This is after they repeatedly threw me under the bus after insisting I go out on a limb against Grover Norquist, and I lost my TownHall.com column because of it. Dealing with Gaffney personally, you’ll see what a complete asshole he is. After repeatedly demanding things from me (as if I were his servant) and then blowing me off, he immediately took one of my calls, years ago, when he wanted to appear on FOX News’ “O’Reilly Factor,” instead of me, when it was the Jewish Sabbath and I couldn’t be on. I didn’t recommend that gigolo and he wasn’t on the show. (I wasn’t surprised when, as we were both speakers at an Arizona immigration forum, Gaffney held a public temper tantrum and repeatedly abused the poor, kind Hispanic office worker who made our travel arrangements. It was like a two-year-old, who badly deserved to be spanked but never had been, was in front of me. Of course, he only does this with the little people, not donors who can pay his half-mill annual salary.)

After publicly pretending to know all about Sami Al-Arian and Grover Norquist’s involvement with him, I quickly realized that Frank Gaffney was lying, knew nothing, and he then demanded that I tell him “the Cliff’s Notes.” This is a guy who knows little about Islam, and for years referred to Hezbollah terrorists and all Islamic terrorists as Wahhabis (which are strictly Sunnis). He’s never done a damned thing to stop Islam or sharia. But plenty of theft to line that bank account. After years of trashing me, stealing from me, lying, and throwing me under the bus, he referred to me as “my friend, Debbie Schlussel” on some stupid radio show. Uh-huh, he’s my friend like a king cobra’s my friend. Actually, I prefer the cobra, since it’s the lesser snake of the two. He simply doesn’t know what he’s talking about, but he’s built a phony industry to make money and get fame. Ask any of Rush Limbaugh’s phone screeners and right-hand man Kit Carson how many times Gaffney’s called demanding to be a guest so he can talk about the Law of the Sea Treaty. They laugh at him. They think he’s a nut. And he is (in addition to being a sleazebag and a fake). The guy is a trouble maker, but not for the right reasons or even against the right target, since he still says Islam isn’t a problem, just Islamists. Michele Bachmann shouldn’t have signed anything he drafted. She should have written her own letter. She has a giant staff for that.

I know first hand how dealing with Frank Gaffney will bite you in the butt. And then he’ll throw you under the bus. Now, Michele Bachmann is learning that first hand. That all of the phony Republicans and fake conservatives are rushing to share the steering wheel shouldn’t be news to her.

This is the Republican Party she’s tolerated for the last six years in Congress. Now that’s come back to bite her in the rear, too.

And note that she isn’t responding or calling them out. And that’s the third return bite on her bottom.

Again, this isn’t just the future of the Republican Party. It’s the present. And Michele Bachmann made a mistake when she only spoke out about the Obama side of this. She needs to openly question the Republican glass house.

And allying with Frank Gaffney and his laughable Center for Security Policy is a losing move. For us all.

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47 Responses

Michele Bachmann does need to respond to the attacks made, especially by her own colleagues in the Republican Party. Her silence is a response. Michele Bachmann does not have the self-confidence to defend herself.

Worry on July 23, 2012 at 4:58 pm

Debbie, thanks for forwarding this to your blog, and I remember you saying and writing all of the Republicans pandering their asses backwards for islamists going back to the Bush days. So in my opinion is Michele Bachmann, she needs to bring all of these to the table on what you wrote here DS, Debbie, you already did all of your explaining, going way back as a decade ago, and to me, Michele Bachmann is a “Johnny-come-lately” on this issue, not you DS, because you’ve already done you’re homework on Republicans who are useful idiot dhimmi’s, and it’s not just limited to the Democrats alone!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on July 23, 2012 at 5:09 pm


Too many Republicans are blind to the threat of Islam and they go out and fete America’s enemies.

Unless you go after BOTH sides of the aisle, you’re a hypocrite.

The Republican leadership is no different and no better in its attitude towards Islamic terrorism than the Democrats are.

At least the Democrats don’t conceal their associations with Muslim extremists. If given a choice, I’d rather pick the side that knows its dancing with the enemy rather than pick the side that pretends they’re evil and still chooses to dance with them.

If Michele Bachmann really wants to get at the root of the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration into this country, she can make amends for doing nothing during the Bush Era and denounce Republicans who are in bed with Muslim extremists.

Its not really a hard call. Whether people are going to get the GOP to be serious about it, well that depends on being able to defy both political correctness and whoring for the Muslim vote. Right now, things don’t look good.

For Bachmann and every one else, its an uphill fight.

NormanF on July 23, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    I would agree Norman. The Republicans are not going to stop kissing the Islamic ring until it causes them to lose significant support elsewhere.

    Worry on July 23, 2012 at 5:21 pm

i think repubs- and anyone else who pays attention to world happenings- willfully choose islam for reasons of personal gain, a hate of the one true living God, or both.

there’s no other way to explain how educated leaders knowingly choose a cult of evil on this earth that ultimately serves satan.

kirche on July 23, 2012 at 5:19 pm

Debbie, can you please tell us your views on Mark Steyn. I don’t recall you having written about him.

A: I’ve mentioned that Steyn is a plagiarist. He ripped off my NY Post column for a Hannity appearance. He also ripped off a lot of my columns and funniest lines from them for “his” “America Alone” book. When I called him on this, he sent me disgusting, smug, arrogant responses. A complete phony and fraud. And his “funny” lines are stolen from others, including me. Otherwise he’s neither funny nor original. Just a thief who is respected b/c he has a fancy-sounding English accent and people are easily fooled sheep and morons. Plus crime pays and he gets away with theft. DS

adam on July 23, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    And Debbie puts the kabosh on another guy I use to like.

    John on July 23, 2012 at 7:01 pm

Great column. Chock-a-block filled with great stuff. Because of this fantastic blog I have learned so much and have become very good at sniffing out the RINOS and faux Conservatives. They can call DS all the names in the book but her integrity and willingness to report the FACTS will keep me coming here.

If only the rabid foaming at the mouth Liberals who hated GWB came here and learned the good-guts on him they could finally feel legitimacy for their frothing. Sadly they are so off the mark and even more ignorant years later.

You’ll also notice that there is a “cliquey-ness” to so-called Republican/Conservative circles. If you follow certain peeps on twitter you can see that a bit more clearly. It’s all coming together and NO DS is not a nutter like the fools at HA like to promote. She’s very close to the truth and is not afraid to say it and that is what those fakers dislike.

The truth shall set you free. A cliche but in this instance a great one to follow to be on the right side.

And more than ever I hope y’all will notice that the people who speak the truth are the ones black-listed and all on their own. It’s amazing to behold. The frauds are promoted as experts and the hard-yankers who actually know the good-guts are MIA from the so-called “front runners”.

Look at the guy who just wrote the book on Frank Marshall Davis. Didn’t have the balls to tackle and use some absolutely compelling facts and conjecture about FMD but he will be more embraced than the dude who has done all the Yeoman’s work for years. If Dinesh D’Souza’s book on Obama-Putin is disingenuous than so is Kangor’s book.

You’ll be listening to a (so-called) Conservative on Islam and feel so great that they *ALMOST* get it and then they’ll drag out Walid Shoebat and Muhammed Judhi Jasser and then you know all their exposure is for naught. You learn that HERE!

Skunky on July 23, 2012 at 5:50 pm

Adam, DS has written about Steyn. Check out the archives.

LOL. Just got the update on Marco Rubio. But of course. Never trusted that freak even BEFORE I knew DS’ opinion and she like I, doesn’t trust that slippery fraud for a second.

Not surprised.

I know now that many so-called Republicans and/or Conservatives are no better than Lemming Liberals but even more upsetting is that so many so-called “Conservatives” in power are NOT.

So much so I tell my Liberal friends (who know NOTHING of true fact) that they should stop worrying because the “Right Wingers” they hate so much are more rare than rocking-horse crap. Why hate something and fear something that only collectively equal single digits?

Skunky on July 23, 2012 at 5:56 pm

From my understanding was that this letter was a private letter inquiring about Huma, et al. Am I incorrect?

I am surprised that after six years in congress, Bachmann did not learn from others about Frank Gaffney and what he would do. Nothing like learning the hard way.

Pats on July 23, 2012 at 6:04 pm

Since you told us your views on Mark Steyn, what do you think about Michael Savage? You’ve criticized him before, but didn’t elaborate in that particular post. He seems to be one of the few conservatives that will criticize Republicans, but he doesn’t seem very consistent and often comments on issues without complete knowledge. Also, he’s associated with WND, which is a red flag.

D: Michael Weiner (“Savage”) is only about himself. He wouldn’t even criticize Sean Hannity’s Freedom Concert Fraud publicly b/c he’s a hack and a coward. He would only do so in private e-mails to me. On his show, he would only say, there is an alleged scandal with a charity with a talk show host. He’s a schmuck. He continues to promote a con artist named Hanan Qahwaji Tudor who goes by the porn name, “Brigitte Gabriel,” too. And he’s been told her entire story is fraud, yet he promotes it. DS

David on July 23, 2012 at 6:12 pm

Marco Rubio is officially trash in my eyes now.

Worry on July 23, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    Vidkun Quisling lives in the souls of the “Establishment” republican party hacks. McCain, buttboy Graham, McConnell, etc. need to be replaced. Bachmann to me is the 2nd coming of Margaret Thatcher. She speaks her mind, has a spine of steel, has more testosterone than most of the males in the House. She has brought a very serious matter into the limelight and it is making the islamocommunists in our government very nervous. I understand a few of them have removed their pictures of Arafat and Alger Hiss from their desks. Our country is being undermined from within at all levels of government. If Romney is elected in November, he needs to have many large brooms at the ready. Clean out the entire Joint Chiefs down to the rank of Colonel. Get rid of all the pimps in the Pentagon. Clean out and fumigate the Justice Departmant, HHS, and DHS. Take an industrial cleaning product to the State Department. This is a governmental sewer. Eliminate the Surgeon General position and all staff, along with the Commerce Dept., Dept. of Energy. Dept. of Education, etc. Feel free to add your own suggestions. Next, he should sign an EXECUTIVE ORDER cutting ALL government departments (Excepting the military) by 15% by the end of the week. Cut unemployment, food stamps, etc to a maximum benefit of 26 weeks! Watch how fast people find jobs. Hey, I can dream, cant I?

    herbster on July 25, 2012 at 2:54 pm

Yeah, were screwed.

John on July 23, 2012 at 6:41 pm

So what do we as true conservatives do? I live in AZ, McCain is my senator, I voted for J.D., who lost big. These tools get re elected over and over again. It seems true conservatives who love this country are a small minority. Its not like we have many choices. Either vote for the RINO or the socialist dem? And the few third party folks that run are either your tin foil hat types or do not have a chance in hell. I hate McCain, and I know Debbie despises Palin, but what are our options anymore? Now they give us Romney. I like that Debbie exposes these fraud republicans, but I sincerly ask, what are our choices?

J: If you viewed liberal McCain, dumbass Palin, and utter sleazebag phony Gaffney as your “options,” you were already doomed. DS

John on July 23, 2012 at 6:49 pm

    Well, the REASON the 3rd parties don’t have a chance in hell is because of voters like you who reliably come out and vote for McCain & Co. in EVERY GENERAL ELECTION.

    Think about it, if McCain can deliver on his promise to deliver voters like you AND some of the liberals in November, it WOULD be idiotic for the party to ever nominate Haynesworth.

    If you were to “waste” your vote on a 3rd party a few times in a row, things might actually change. The 3rd party might not actually win, but I’ll bet you’d stop seeing so many McCains/Specters/Romneys getting nominated.

    Face it, they’re taking your vote for granted. And rightly so.

    Statusmonkey on July 24, 2012 at 1:44 am

      Exactly, they rant on blogs like this then go do the same insane thing at the polls because they’re so afraid of “wasting” their vote. Let me tell you all something, no vote is ever WASTED because it is an expression of your wishes. Sure, you might lose but what if you have a good choice and you lose anyway? It happens. If you don’t want to start a revolution, go and change your passive, mentally ill way of doing things. Take a chance because at this point you have nothing to lose. IF Romney wins, and it’s a big IF, you don’t seriously think he’ll be better do you? Really, seriously? He’s part of the machine. I don’t like Allen West but if all of you would write in his name, lets say. and BTW, you don’t need a party apparatus to vote, he wouldn’t win this time but you’d be sending a strong message. You could do this with anyone you still believe is ethical and has integrity.

      Italkit on July 24, 2012 at 4:39 am

      If you want to vote for a third party candidate, go right ahead. H. Ross Perot go 19% of the popular vote in 1992, which was quite amazing for a third party candidate. However, that allowed Bill Clinton sneak in with not even half of the popular vote. Nothing like disemboweling yourself to make a point.

      Worry on July 24, 2012 at 10:49 pm

        You are grievously mistaken. I don’t know where you get off putting all those Perot voters in Bush 41’s column. If Perot hadn’t been running, most if not all of his voters would certainly have stayed home on election day. Your little math problem is a tad simplistic: you never even consider the fact that turnout is THE all-important variable.

        Romney is on the losing side of a monster-size enthusiasm gap – one that is far wider than anything that ever darkened Bush 41’s worst nightmares. Moreover, at least Bush 41 was SOMEWHAT conservative. Even Bill Clinton (the most liberal thing alive in 92) is probably more conservative than the 2012 REPUBLICAN nominee.

        Statusmonkey on July 25, 2012 at 1:30 am

    No Debbie, in my post I said I voted for J.D Hayworth, but he lost big. That was the last senate race after McCain lost to Obama. In the 08 election, Yes, I did vote for McCain and Palin, what were my options? Obama? Ralph Nader? I mean come on, your missing my point. The point is the realistic options are few. That was the point I was making. I quess I could have kept my butt at home and not voted. But thats not an option either. Before you criticise me, please read what I said.

    John on July 24, 2012 at 11:23 am

Michael Savage has strange, semi-isolationist views on foreign policy. I remember in 2008 when he criticized Georgia for ‘provoking’ Russia. He essentially supported Russia’s attack on Georgia at that time. I haven’t listened to him since, so I don’t know what he has said more recently.

It’s interesting that while Michele Bachmann didn’t take on the Bush White House or Republican Party, she is now in the position, whether willingly or not, of taking on virtually the entire Republican Party, even if belatedly. This issue will be a defining moment for her. We will see if she sticks to her guns. If so, she will be doing something she hasn’t done in the past — taking on both the Democrats and the Republicans. She is probably concerned about her fund-raising ability, and doubtless has thought of the massive hostility that the last person to try to defend US security against the Republicans and Democrats has faced for more than 60 years.

It’s time for a Wheeling, West Va. speech, and we’ll see whether she has it in her, only with Muslims as the enemies this time, rather than Communists. I hope so.

Little Al on July 23, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Little Al I forgot about that. Michael Savage IS fun to listen to but DS knows what his weaknesses are. As do I.

    LA, you have not missed much. He does get many things right but any Conservative who knows the deal should. He’s less PC than other Conservatives but when it comes to Moooooooslims he falls in the trap of trying to be too fair. He should know better.

    He is VERY generous when giving out his tomes (unlike GB who doesn’t give out ONE free copy…) but lately his narcissism has been OOC (out of control).

    He says things I wish others would but he’s sometimes all over the place and takes a lot of time off. If one is discerning he is worth listening to…or if one wants a little more piss and vinegar. I do like when he calls out Vannity and Bill O’Reilly (Loofah Boy).

    Skunky on July 23, 2012 at 8:35 pm

      Skunky, Savage is entertaining, I do like a lot of what he says, but that man is sure full of him self. I have not listened to him in awhile, and when I did it was just when I was in the car driving. A little humility goes a long way.

      John on July 24, 2012 at 11:30 am

    Al, the Chechens are Muslims and on top of it are tall, blond and blue eyed. Just wait until they start doing terrorist actions in the West where they’ll be characterized as lone nut cases. Anyone who contains them is doing the world a favor.

    Italkit on July 24, 2012 at 4:42 am

Commendations to DS. DS’s subjects are always substantiated by chapter and verse. Michelle Bachman’s intentions were proper but the presentation and procedural path to airing this sensitive/topical matter was foiled by the messenger. Frank Gaffney is only about Frank Gaffney and the mileage for Frank Gaffney. Has anyone asked to see the visitor’s book to the WH, last time Barry wouldn’t allow it. That will be a revelation in itself. These visitors don’t lobby, they go straight to the president and make demands.

As for John McCain, isn’t he the same person who didn’t want to touch the eligibility of Barry in 2008……
He had every opportunity to get back at the DemocRATS with a big cannon but preferred to sit with a mouth full of teeth. All pertinent matters should be weighed against the Constitution but jeez, what a bunch of self serving spineless weaklings, air thieves, taking up seats in the senate. If the Republicans are going to support the opposition, they’re in for a hiding second to none.

The War on Terror has vapourised and the War on Taxpayers is taking it’s place. Why are the financially bloated countries of Saudia Arabia and Qatar sending weapons in support of the Syrian rebels. Can Barry and Hitlery please explain this.

A revealing interview with the ex-PM of Britain, Tony Blair.

Eyes Wide Open on July 23, 2012 at 8:47 pm

Debbie kol hakavod for telling the truth which is blindingly obvious to us but not to the ones getting paid off. Since even Jewish and Israeli groups don’t dare criticize Huma and her ilk, there’s no chance for Michelle Bachman to make her message stick. You’re the best blogger friend ever.

A1 on July 23, 2012 at 9:52 pm

Thank you for continuing to educate me, I consider your insight a true Blessing. Every time I visit your site I am humbled, as I thought I knew something about politics, @ least conservative politics… The more I learn, the more I realize this country isn’t what I, & certainly not what our founders hoped, prayed it would be, or become… Pandering seems to be what today’s politicians are all about, God forbid you take a stand! Ever think about running for office? Be nice to have someone who has convictions, stands by them, & isn’t afraid to stand by them, God Bless! is that o.k., the God Bless?

PT on July 23, 2012 at 10:21 pm

Looks like Rubio is really working hard for McCain’s… oops, sorry… Romney’s VP slot.

Pats on July 24, 2012 at 12:49 am

    McCain is a proven loser. It’s going to be Condo, the wicked anti-semitic, Qadaffi loving witch. So then what do you do with your votes, hmmm? Think about who you will write in. You have a little over 3 mos.

    Italkit on July 24, 2012 at 4:44 am

Unlike during the Cold War, when the GOP was unarguably better than the Dems vis a vis the Soviets, that’s no longer true today. And no, I haven’t forgotten that in 2000, the Muslim vote went solidly to Bush.

I agree that giving a pass to GOP officials who are in bed w/ the Muslims does serious damage to one’s credibility. For cases like AZ mentioned above, I’d seriously look @ third parties whose prinicples are right on. If we vote for candidates or parties based on their probability of winning, we’re gonna be screwed. 4 years ago, Tancredo was the guy to support, yet unfortunately, he was the first to fall out of the race.

A few years ago, there was an experimental party called the Loyalist Party, whose main platform was opposing Islam within the US, along w/ a whole host of Conservative positions, such as immigration reform and so on. Anybody knows whether that party is still active? I’d write in their candidate, if that’s what it takes. I’ve always pissed on the ‘wasted vote’ argument, b’cos if I’m going to vote based on who’ll win, I might as well just not vote, since just 1 vote ain’t gonna make a difference, particularly in states like CA.

Infidel on July 24, 2012 at 3:11 am

Too bad Allen West didn’t initiate it. He can’t stand the Muslim Jihadhood.

Fred on July 24, 2012 at 6:45 am

The GOP’s cave to islam is a logical step in their dhimmitude. They had already accepted a secondary, servile role as lackies of the DNC and CPUSA, so it came natrually that they would be super servants to the islamists.

Wimp Boehner and Forked Tongue Express McCain are just the
tip of the GOP wimp gang. Boehner should have been booted out
within minutes of raising the debt ceiling. The DNC, RNC, CPUSA and media have effectively silenced the conservatives and the Tea Party. And the GOP RINOs helped!

Otto Schaden on July 24, 2012 at 7:51 am

Forget the two major parties, they’re the political wing of the bureaucratic apparatus, the MilGovInd Complex. If either one strays too far from “what has always worked” it won’t win. If it’s a pure ideology you’re looking for, you’re going to have to build it from the ground up, if they’ll let you and you’ll have to be prepared for losing some battles and setbacks to win the war. All parties pick the “most winnable” candidate, not one who really stands for anything. Romney is NOT pro-Israel. Go back and listen to his Citadel speech. He’s a globalist and that is definitely NOT good for Israel, especially when he want’s, and he does, an increased role for the UN in world governance.

Italkit on July 24, 2012 at 8:02 am


Italkit on July 24, 2012 at 8:03 am

Once Michelle Bachmann sees this it is all over for her detractors. Someone please make sure she SEES IT:


Relpo Miraculous on July 24, 2012 at 8:20 am

Italkit, fully agree w/ ya. When marginal candidates who voice exactly what we want, they deserve our support, our votes. To avoid supporting them in favor of more ‘mainstream’ candidates is just begging to be screwed over.

Honestly, this ‘wasted vote’ argument never made sense to me. We are told to do our civic duty and vote, and that’s well and good. But what if we don’t like either of the 2 leading candidates? That’s when you vote for whichever alternative party or candidate whose views more or less jives w/ yours. If enough of people do that for a party, guess what! The 2 main parties will do what they can to co-opt their positions and at least make an attempt to make their policies more palatable.

Of course, I’ve heard no end from retards like Michael Medved, who claim that it’s a vote for Dems. Guess what – if you vote in McCain, you’re voting for Dems, since he’s the one who is one of the biggest believers in ‘bipartisanship’. The reason the electoral process exists is so that one can support a candidate or party that one believes in. If the GOP has moved so far to the Left that one no longer believes in them, then it’s inane to continue to vote for them.

I do think one thing, though. It is fair to argue that Obama should be denied a second term, or else, he’ll have nothing restraining him. In 2008, I was okay w/ him getting elected b’cos the alternatives were worse – either Hilary or McCain, neither of whom I could stand. This year, McCain ain’t running,so the GOP is just marginally more palatable than last time, but not by much. But aside from the argument of not having a second unchecked Obama term, there is no strong reason to support the GOP over the Dems over the issue of Muslims.

Infidel on July 24, 2012 at 8:32 am

    Infidel, back in the 60’s Jeanne Kirkpatrick was not only teaching at Georgetown, she had a gig at a women’s college in DC, the one I attended and shall remain nameless because I’m totally ashamed of it. Well, she was my PoliSci prof and it was from her, I heard about the wasted vote. Specifically, she said that a vote for a third party is a vote for the incumbent. So take that as you will and consider the source.

    Italkit on July 24, 2012 at 1:29 pm

      Third party votes in national elections ensure that the worst candidate will always get in. H. Ross Perot scored the highest in 1992, and that gave you Bill Clinton with only 43% of the popular vote.

      Worry on July 24, 2012 at 10:37 pm

I still think that Herman Cain, paired with Bachmann, would be a much better ticket for the Republican party as compared to what we have now.

Jarhead on July 24, 2012 at 9:38 am

Go get ’em, Michele! Keep up the great work, Debbie! Thank you for all you do!

Dave on July 24, 2012 at 10:22 am

DS at her finest. I have to say that my 95% friend is not my 5% enemy. Michele Bachmann had to have known of the Republican blow back would be coming. She provoked and exposed them.

Her recent letter of 15 June was 16 pages long with 59 footnotes and demonstrates that her conclusions do not rely on Frank Gaffney. I know Frank Gaffney and was surprised to hear what DS says. Nevertheless, I have to listen to DS carefully. DS tells the whole truth, not selectively tendentious like so many I read.

Allen West is unequivocal about the Jihadist threat. A very compelling speaker on this subject.

Grover Norquist is not only an Islamist enabler but also a lobbyist selling out Tea Party base and has been getting rich from government for a long time.

DS does provide data for all her statements and conclusions.

bobguzzardi on July 24, 2012 at 10:58 am

While Deb is right about all this, elections in the US have almost always been about lesser of two evils. Virtually by definition, anyone who goes into politics is a scumbag.

I suppose that one good point is this:

While it would appear that the media has covered up for the Dems more, that is probably because Dems in higher office have been greater scum than the Repubs.

But, really. Most of them are absolute trash, and people with whom you would not want to associate.

Red Ryder on July 24, 2012 at 11:01 am

i still find it hard to believe that any american let alone a politition would not know the danger to the republic that muslims and commies represent.are people just plain stupid or do senators and representives not care what happens to america so long as they retain power?i can see the day comming when we have to defend our selves from ragheads and demonazi and i just hope the military sides with us.i still say kill them all and let god sort them out.

BRUCE on July 24, 2012 at 10:55 pm

Worry, if a candidate is going to betray what I stand for, s/he is not going to get my vote. Pure & simple. Whether I vote for a third party or sit @ home will be irrelevant. They want my vote – they’ll have to earn it.

Yeah, the worst candidate can get elected. OTOH, you can have third party winners as well, as was the case w/ Jesse Ventura. Granted, MN got sick of him and he didn’t run again, but it shows what can happen when third party candidates get voted for in enough numbers. Of course, his name recognition was solely what pushed him up here, but it debunks the idea of a ‘wasted vote’.

I reject the idea that a vote for a third party candidate is a vote for anybody other than that candidate. The votes Perot got were Perot’s, not Clinton’s. The votes Nader got in FL were his, not Algore’s. Similarly, if people were to write in Allan West, or vote for the Constitutional Party, or if it were on the ballot, the Loyalist Party, their votes would be their votes. They would not be GOP votes b’cos the GOP is not the party that they voted for. Plain & simple.

Essentially, stop thinking about how your neighbor votes, and just vote whatever you support the most.

Infidel on July 25, 2012 at 1:48 am

What a conservative champion we have of Representative Bachmann and we passed her up. She personified Conservative truism and the first Momma Grizzly before it became a catch phrase.
To bad we we didn’t take advantage of this great peoples Champion, to sad we didn’t defend her for a change…

JEFFREY HARDIN on August 31, 2012 at 3:14 pm

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