[StBernard] Draw A Line In The Sand
Westley at da-parish.com
Thu Sep 2 07:54:15 EDT 2010
If you think a Mosque should not be built near ground zero, fax your opinion
to your Senators and Representative free of charge
action=gemail> . It is clear the builder of the Mosque has a constitutional
right to build it, but it is an insensitive act to do so.
We also offer a wide variety of Surveys
action=surveys> , Report Cards
action=rpcards> , and Congressional Faxes
action=faxes> that you can review and send to all of Congress and/or the
PASS TO YOUR FRIENDS AND ASSOCIATES SO THAT THEY TOO MAY SEND THE FAX.
Our elected officials will soon learn, We The People are waking up and the
push back has started at the voting booths and will continue until we have a
Congress and Executive branch that once again reflects the will of the
People. Each member of both houses of Congress would be well served to read
and be aware of the position Ted Nugent articulated in The Washington Times
article on August 19, 2010.
As a congressional representative of the people, I ask you to hear and feel
the passionate plea of the majority of your constituents and stay on the
correct side of the line being drawn in the sand.
Subject: A Line In The Sand
Thank God for American freedom, freedom of the press, the courage of The
Washington Times for straying from political correctness and Ted Nugent.
Because of these freedoms and courageous people, a truth can be told in a
bold and passionate manner of which all Americans should be proud. Americans
are a proud, patriotic, fair and spirited people who care little for the
ever changing, progressive elite and politically correct view of the world.
When pushed with political correctness imposed by an intrusive government
into a corner where their pride, patriotism, compassion and suffering are
diminished or made meaningless, the resulting push back from Americans could
be astounding to the entire world. As Ted Nugent said, "A line is being
drawn in the sand." Everyone will be forced to pick a side, even the
We gladly welcome new people and religions into our culture but we do not
welcome a people who ultimately demand domination of our tolerance,
religions and rules of law. America is unique. Most Americans are proud of
what we are. We do not need an Islamic culture to lecture us nor do we need
Sheria law to help us define our individual rights or know what are the
rights of others on this planet. The importance of pride, patriotism,
compassion and suffering are at stake. If ignored, the cost will be the
reverse of the stated Muslim initial intent; which is the intent to create
healing for Christians, Jews and Muslims by building the Mosque in New York
City near Ground Zero.
"By Ted Nugent
Thursday, August 19, 2010
There are no words to express the outrage Americans would have expressed if
the Japanese government had proposed to build a memorial to their fallen
soldiers at Pearl Harbor immediately following World War II. We can only
hope President Truman would have ordered our military to carpet-bomb and
firebomb the Japanese again for being so rude and stupid.
Slice it any way you want, but the Muslim community is being tremendously
rude and stupid for wanting to build a mosque so close to Ground Zero in New
York City. Instead of using the $100 million for their proposed mosque, I
recommend that the Muslims donate the cash to the U.S. military so we can
build more smart bombs to kill more radical, voodoo Muslims. That would earn
my respect and admiration.
Killing more Muslim terror punks would make the world a more peaceful place
to live - and safer for more Muslims - and we all know Islam is the religion
Let's call a spade a spade here. If Islam is the religion of peace, then I'm
a malnourished, tofu-eating anti-hunter.
That fact is that much of the world's terrorism is committed by Muslims in
the name of Allah. These voodoo nut jobs and their voodoo religion believe
that, according to the Koran, killing nonbelievers makes Allah happy.
Moreover, Muslim-run countries provide the funds and other support for this
terrorism and indoctrinate their youth to hate all things Western.
Killing is good. Peace is bad. And we are supposed to believe Islam is a
Islam is no more a peaceful religion than Jim Jones was a Christian prophet.
Islam attracts violent maniacs stuck in the year 4, reduces women to
third-class citizens, discriminates, persecutes and kills Christians and
burns their churches; stones people for punishment; and believes in world
domination. Saudi Arabia, a Muslim theocracy, goes so far as to outlaw all
other religions other than Islam. Sounds like real nice, neighborly Islamic
Sure, there are peaceful Muslims who abhor violence. Not all Muslims are
religious whacks who deserve a bullet. But the statistics are alarming. Last
November, Newsmax reported that Muslim imams preach jihad and extremism in
10 percent of the 2,000 mosques right here in the United States. The same
article reported that according to a Pew Research Center poll, 25 percent of
Muslims in America between the ages of 18 and 29 believed suicide bombings
can be justified. Just keep telling yourself that Islam is the religion of
The president was right when he stated that Americans enjoy the freedom to
purchase private property and to worship as they choose. He was wrong,
however, in not forcefully condemning the rude and insensitive Muslims who
want to build the mosque so close to Ground Zero. Not only did our rookie
president miss a pivotal and teachable moment, but he also missed a
leadership opportunity in failing to condemn the Muslims who want to build
the mosque near Ground Zero. This is classic "rub it in their face" 101.
Proposing to build a mosque so close to Ground Zero is an additional and
intentional stick in the eye to the United States and, most egregiously, to
the families of those who were murdered at the hands of Islamic killers. If
the Muslims who want to build the mosque can't see and admit that, then they
are truly blind to tolerance, understanding and decency - or they have
another agenda that warrants increased surveillance by law enforcement.
Bottom line: I don't trust the proposed mosque to be a holy bastion of
peace, understanding, tolerance and love of others. The mosque will attract
extremists and radicals who will try to harm America. If you want to see how
tolerant Muslims are, just have a bunch of Christians stand on the sidewalk
in front of the mosque and hand out Christian literature.
The problem America faces is not radical Muslims. The problem is that
America lacks fundamental leadership and common sense from our elected
officials, who worship at the altar of political correctness. Instead of
standing with the victims' families of Sept. 11, 2001, New York City
politicians chose to cast their lot with Islam, the supposed religion of
peace and harmony. Me, I am not singing that tune.
If additional American blood is spilled in the Big Apple, the politicians
who supported this mosque will be as guilty as the Muslim voodoo kooks who
love death and destruction in the name of Allah.
Like it or not, there is a line drawn in the sand. Which side do you stand
"Ted Nugent is an unstoppable American rock 'n' roll, sporting and political
activist icon. He is author of "Ted, White & Blue: The Nugent Manifesto" and
"God, Guns and Rock 'N' Roll" (Regnery Publishing)."
More information about the StBernard