Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Profile Muslim Threat Assessments

Intro to Sarah Palin Thoughts

Edited by John R. Houk

I’m one of those guys that likes what Donald Trump says, yet at the same being very uncertain if he is the right guy to be the next President to reverse the curse of Obama on the United States of America. Currently I’m a Ted Cruz kind-of-guy. Let’s see how some Primaries and Caucuses turn out before we get committed to a particular candidate.

Saying all that, I like what Sarah Palin is saying about profiling Muslims for better security in the USA, which is something she has in agreement with Donald Trump. 

JRH 12/15/15
A Message From Sarah

Sent by SarahPAC
Sent: December 14, 2015 11:13 AM

Did you see what Governor Palin said? It has many on the left on the attack because they can’t handle the cold hard truth!

Herd mentality running rampant with hypocritical and/or naive pundits trying to crush Donald Trump because he’s committed to clobbering the bad guys, and putting the good guys first. Trump’s temporary ban proposal is in the context of doing all we can to force the Feds to acknowledge their lack of strategy to deal with terrorism. 
 I said it back in 2009 and got beat up by the Left but understood by the common sense Right, and I’ll say it again: if it saves innocent lives, “profile away!” 
 When information shows someone comes to America after being in a radical Islamic stronghold, and embraces the Death Cult’s ideology that mandates butchering the innocent – then we are right in calling for shucking the political correctness that is fundamentally transforming America, and finally putting the security of innocent Americans FIRST. Slow this down via Fed intervention (it’s the Federal Government’s first and foremost job – national security!) until and unless we have a plan in place to sufficiently vet, AND to utterly and completely destroy the terrorists. (Note to President: start with letting our United States Military, the greatest and most ethical military power on earth, do its job.) 
 Ignore the White House as it spews talking point rhetoric accusing Trump (thus suggesting all who question their wrongheadedness) of being “unamerican.” Yet it is their leader declaring his need to “fundamentally transform America” because he so wrongly sees our exceptional nation’s foundation as fatally flawed. Now THAT is unamerican.

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