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Mitt Romney Says All Muslims Aren’t Violent Terrorists, Pamela Geller Freaks Right Out

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Following Mitt Romney’s statement that he believes most Muslims are peaceful people like everyone else, Pamela Geller is totally freaking out: MITT ROMNEY: “ISLAM IS NOT AN INHERENTLY VIOLENT FAITH”????!! - Atlas Shrugs

Mommy loves youNot Mitt Romney. No way. No how.

Apparently, unlike most everything else, Mitt Romney has not flip-flopped on his position on jihad and Islam. Back in July 2009, I wrote in a post entitled, “Why Romney Won’t be President” that Romney would not be president because he said something so fundamentally and unabashedly wrong about America’s greatest mortal threat that he was unfit to be President: “Jihadism Is not part of Islam.” Yes, he said that. That is frightening coming from a Presidential candidate. Instead of spending the ensuing years studying jihad, Romney appears hardwired for delusion in his latest remarks.

The fact that Romney knows peaceful Muslims is purely anecdotal. I believe that most Muslims are secular and have no desire to strap one on. But that does not mean that Islam is not inherently violent. The ideology is the most violent and radical on the face of the earth. What history books is Romney reading……Dr. Seuss? How did Romney miss over 270 million victims in over a millennium of jihadi wars, land appropriations, cultural annihilations and enslavements? How did Romney miss the close to 18,000 Islamic attacks since 911? How did Romney miss the revolutions in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, etc.? How did Romney miss the jihad on the Jews and Christians and Hindus and Sikhs?

There are hundreds of millions of jihadis, what’s Romney smokin’?

What you believe is irrelevant, Mr. Romney. Just the facts, and they fly in the face of your fantasy.

Romney sounds like ………. Obama.

Romney cannot lead the free world. A basic understanding of Islam is essential in formulating policy and strategy in dealing with Iran, Israel, Egypt, Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, Europe, Eurasia, etc.

UPDATE: Gingrich, OTOH, is brilliant on these issues, head and shoulders.

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