Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Wise Jefferson



From Ted Sampley of the U.S. Veteran Dispatch comes

What Thomas Jefferson Learned
From The Muslim Book Of Jihad
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A timely history lesson it would behoove us Americans to learn.


[The BLOG note: Hat tip to Auntie M. for sending this my way :-)]

11 comments:

Always On Watch Two said...

Excellent link about Thomas Jefferson and his problems with Muslims. Of course he used the Koran to do his research! Jefferson was a scholar.

Ellison has schmoozed the media and the American people with his use of the Koran for the photo-op. Worse. the symbolism of Ellison's using the Koran will not be lost on Muslims as they "see" Allah trumping our Constitution.

Darrell said...

Wow, great stuff. Thanks for this link.

cube said...

aow2: the MSM made sure the swearing in photo op was widely disseminated, but not a peep about the real story behind Jefferson's use of the koran.

Did you catch the s***-eating grin on the loopy Pelosi's face? Oh, what a spectacle.

cube said...

darrell: glad you liked it.

Caz said...

Fascinating read.

Kathy said...

Yes Cube, certainly agree with Caz.

The article had me enthralled, from start to finish.

nanc said...

keep your friends and loved ones close.

keep your enemies even closer.

David Amulet said...

Shocking to see you citing Jefferson, the true founder of modern political liberalism and enemy of conservatism!

-- david

Brooke said...

AOW is 110% correct! If Ellison, or any other libbie for that matter, thinks that Friday sermon in Islamic mosques will not have a pic of that photo op accompanied by cries of "Allahu Akbar," they are either dumb or already a dhimmi.

cube said...

d.a.: I must give the man his due. He was right about the moslems.

brooke: absolutely. And Ellison is more that just a garden variety libbie. Isn't he a Farakanner from way back?

The MSM does a disservice to the country by not reporting the truth behind that staged photo op.

cube said...

BTW Jeff/Slash recommended another good column that also refers to this issue:

Christopher Hitchens' piece from Slate Jefferson's Quran:
What the founder really thought about Islam