U.S. Presidential Race 2016: See what all the candidates are saying about Iran, ISLAMIST RADICALISM, the threat at home and much more
Please see the outgoing links at the tabs "View [the candidate's] Platform" for more information than is provided on the first page of the above link.
For example, I clicked on "View the Cruz Platform" and got the following information:
Record on Islamic ExtremismRead the rest HERE.
- Sharia Law is an "enormous problem" in the U.S.
Here is what I found when I clicked on "View the Bush Platform":
View of IslamismRead the rest HERE.
Views the conflict as ideological in nature. Said: "[Islam has] been hijacked by people who have an ideology that wants to destroy Western civilization, and they're barbarians. And so that part, which is the part that we need to confront head-on, is clearly not a religious of peace."
Believes the strategy towards radical Islam needs to be focused more on security and less on promoting Western values and nation-building. Said: "Am I the same as my brother? Of course not. I'm not. I think, for example, our foreign policy ought to be grounded in not just the export of our own values or nation-building. These are good sentiments, but first and foremost in security and peace."
Thinks it's a mistake to equate elections with democracy-promotion, pointing to how Hamas and Hezbollah were voted into power.
The U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations, a coalition of Islamist groups, demand that Bush drop American Center for Law and Justice executive director Jordan Sekulow as a top adviser to his "Right to Rise" PAC. They claim that Sekulow is "anti-Muslim" for publishing a pamphlet titled, "'Shari'a Law: Radical Islam's Threat to the U.S. Constitution." The coalition took particular issue with a sentence that claims "devout Muslims cannot truthfully swear the oath to become citizens of the United States of America."
The Clarion Project's main page for the Presidential candidates is HERE.
Let us realize this, however: without a real economic recovery, those of us who are pushing back against the ongoing Islamification will not be able to afford to push back.
Dollar realities are dollar realities, and those realities limit how much we can fund any pushback.
There are also time realities. If we have to spend hours and hours treading the waters of this wreckovery, we won't have time to push back.
I'm sure that many are keeping their mouths shut because they cannot afford to lose their jobs. Yes, I personally know a lot of muzzled people.
Comments about the GOP Presidential candidates' field and the September 16, 2015 CNN debate also welcome.