In saying this, Ron Paul parrots the Islamic supremacist line that defending against the global jihad is not a matter of standing for freedom against tyranny, or working to preserve and protect the freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and equality of rights for all people. Instead — they claim — it is just a matter of “hate.”
When Islamic supremacists such as Dalia Mogahed, Daisy Khan, Ibrahim Hooper or Reza Aslan say this, their agenda is clear: they want to stigmatize resistance to jihad so that that resistance collapses, and the jihad against the West can proceed unimpeded. Branding the defenders of freedom as hatemongers and bigots is for such people a tactic in their war.
But what’s Ron Paul’s excuse?
“Ron Paul on Bachmann: “˜She hates Muslims. She hates them. She wants to go get them,– by Jeff Poor for The Daily Caller, December 17:
In an appearance that lasted three segments on NBC”s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Friday, Republican presidential candidate Texas Rep. Ron Paul gave a wide-ranging interview about his vision and how we would handle certain issues.
However, at the end of his interview, the Texas congressman gave his thoughts on some of his competitors, with some less-than-flattering words for his Republican colleague Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann.
Leno named off several of the candidates and Paul gave his opinion of each….
Michele Bachmann: “She doesn’t like Muslims. She hates Muslims. She hates them. She wants to go get them.”…
Rick Santorum: “Gay people and Muslims.”…