Is Grover Norquist A Muslim Terrorist
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“God Save America ”

Since: Jan 07

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#23 May 21, 2013
mike wrote:
<quoted text>IF NORQUIST is a terrorist then your HITLERS daughter and it clear to me you know less than nothing as again you look at right wingnut websites to get your less than reliable info.So he married a muslim big deal-thats their business not yours because all yiu ever do is whine.
It’s nice to “see” you again, Mike. One can always count on you to be display your “gracious manners” while using your talent for insulting others.
I didn’t state Norquist is a terrorist but that he has strong ties with terrorists, as does Obama; but one thing I can definitely say about him that I can’t say about you: he has some manners when in public.
Exactly how am I whining?(Must be one of your favorite words, for you use it in just about every post)
You say what Norquist does is his business, not mine. One could say that about anyone and it would be correct regarding the ordinary citizen; but when one is a public figure, his business becomes the business of all those his behavior affects and that includes me. Since you are so naïve that you see nothing wrong with his Muslim affiliation, I can well understand why you support our Muslim President so vehemently.
Zen Pig

Statham, GA

#24 May 21, 2013
Logan wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sorry this took so long but had some problems. I actually want to thank you for bringing this to my attention. I had never researched Norquist before and am glad I did, thanks to you. Norquist is not a Christian, as was suggested, but I strongly suspect is a Muslim, or is at the least a collaborator with them. According to the information I found, both he and his Muslim wife have strong ties with the radical Muslims, including the Muslim Brotherhood, so I feel Republicans lack wisdom for not disassociating themselves from Norquist. He upheld the building of the mosque where the Twin Towers had stood, even when some less radical American Muslims were opposed its being built there, so that alone is reason for me not to support him.
Thank you for honest reply. We are polar opposites in so many ways, but we have common ground, actually several. One is we both try to discuss issues w/o rudeness. Well, this is kinda new for me, but I'm trying.

In my swine opinion our government from top to bottom doesn't care about the guys like me who work for a living. They are all just here in DC to line their pockets.

Yes, I voted for Obama and campaigned. I think he was way far of the less to evils. Romney was a str8 up just for the super rich kind of guy.

Piggy wants the rich to pay the same tax rate I do. Piggy wants everyone to pass a criminal back round check before they buy a gun. Piggy wants us outta the middle east and to develop the technologies to get our cars off foreign oil. The Muslims hate us and have declared Jihad on America. Why do we buy oil from them? How different is what we both want Logan?





mike

Cookeville, TN

#25 May 21, 2013
Logan wrote:
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It’s nice to “see” you again, Mike. One can always count on you to be display your “gracious manners” while using your talent for insulting others.
I didn’t state Norquist is a terrorist but that he has strong ties with terrorists, as does Obama; but one thing I can definitely say about him that I can’t say about you: he has some manners when in public.
Exactly how am I whining?(Must be one of your favorite words, for you use it in just about every post)
You say what Norquist does is his business, not mine. One could say that about anyone and it would be correct regarding the ordinary citizen; but when one is a public figure, his business becomes the business of all those his behavior affects and that includes me. Since you are so naïve that you see nothing wrong with his Muslim affiliation, I can well understand why you support our Muslim President so vehemently.
IM SMART ENOUGH TO KNOW that not evry muslim is a terrorist-a problem you seem to have in that area.If RUSH LIMBAUGH child married a muslim would you be as critical?Again you go with the president is a muslim again knowing you have no proof like the fish in the lake keeps getting caught even though they know thats not smart.Face it honey your certainly not the sharpest person in the block and your posts reflect so if want to call it insulting fine i call it truth/

“God Save America ”

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#27 May 21, 2013
Zen Pig wrote:
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Thank you for honest reply. We are polar opposites in so many ways, but we have common ground, actually several. One is we both try to discuss issues w/o rudeness. Well, this is kinda new for me, but I'm trying.
In my swine opinion our government from top to bottom doesn't care about the guys like me who work for a living. They are all just here in DC to line their pockets.
Yes, I voted for Obama and campaigned. I think he was way far of the less to evils. Romney was a str8 up just for the super rich kind of guy.
Piggy wants the rich to pay the same tax rate I do. Piggy wants everyone to pass a criminal back round check before they buy a gun. Piggy wants us outta the middle east and to develop the technologies to get our cars off foreign oil. The Muslims hate us and have declared Jihad on America. Why do we buy oil from them? How different is what we both want Logan?
Thank you for that. We do agree on several things, one of which is that the Government, for the most part, cares very little about us ordinary citizens who work hard, providing the money our leaders waste. Those in Washington are concerned solely about themselves, not for those of us who foot the bill for their pleasures.
I agree that Romney, like most of the rich, was definitely more concerned for the rich than the poor; but because of what I knew about Obama, I had to choose Romney. However, I must admit he bored me just to hear him talk. I had a feeling when he got the nomination that the Republican Party had lost the election before it even started.

The tax system is grossly unfair, a terrible burden on the poor and middle classes; and I don’t see that it will ever get better. I liked Dr. Benjamin Carson’s idea that the Biblical tithing system of 10% would be a fairer, more efficient plan. Too bad he doesn’t run for President.
We do need to get out of wars in the Middle East. Except for Iraq, it was necessary at first, but now we are accomplishing little besides sacrificing the lives of Americans for those who hate us. Muslims have, as you said, declared Jihad on us and there will never be peace with them.

Our Government doesn’t seem to want a solution to our oil problem, preferring to be at the mercy of OPEC for our needs. It’s ridiculous that we buy from those who hate us.
Naked Pig

Statham, GA

#28 May 22, 2013
Logan wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for that. We do agree on several things, one of which is that the Government, for the most part, cares very little about us ordinary citizens who work hard, providing the money our leaders waste. Those in Washington are concerned solely about themselves, not for those of us who foot the bill for their pleasures.
I agree that Romney, like most of the rich, was definitely more concerned for the rich than the poor; but because of what I knew about Obama, I had to choose Romney. However, I must admit he bored me just to hear him talk. I had a feeling when he got the nomination that the Republican Party had lost the election before it even started.
The tax system is grossly unfair, a terrible burden on the poor and middle classes; and I don’t see that it will ever get better. I liked Dr. Benjamin Carson’s idea that the Biblical tithing system of 10% would be a fairer, more efficient plan. Too bad he doesn’t run for President.
We do need to get out of wars in the Middle East. Except for Iraq, it was necessary at first, but now we are accomplishing little besides sacrificing the lives of Americans for those who hate us. Muslims have, as you said, declared Jihad on us and there will never be peace with them.
Our Government doesn’t seem to want a solution to our oil problem, preferring to be at the mercy of OPEC for our needs. It’s ridiculous that we buy from those who hate us.
We're like becoming pals, too funny.

HAGD and Oink Oink
Stoner Pig

Statham, GA

#29 Jun 3, 2013
I hope some of you take the time to read the latest news on Grover Norquist the Muslim. The far right is all over him. The same far right who signed his pledge. The same Norquist who wants to drown our Gov in a bath tub.

"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."



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