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Rep. Peter King Was Right, America Has a Homegrown Muslim Terrorist Problem

Jim88 Wrote: Apr 23, 2013 9:11 AM
All of these problems out nation is facing lie at the feet of Obama and a do nothing congress who is so disposed to hiding their dirty sheets and therefore will not stand up to Obama for fear of being outted and their fall from power. For most in congress their oaths of office mean nothing to them it is, in their eyes, merely a formality they must go through to take their seats, they have no real loyalty to our country, their only real loyalty is to their seats in congress. The CPUSA has so infiltrated our government at all levels, local, state, and federal that their old claim "Communisim will take over in the US without firing a shot on the battlefield" is coming true, and time is getting short. Wake up America!
Seawolf Wrote: Apr 23, 2013 9:39 AM
Where is OUR House un-American Activities Committee? A renewal of that committee would have more work today than in times past..I remember how the left in this country went after Joe McCarthy, just like they do with anyone they deem a threat, Sarah Palin come to mind?

Congress my be afraid of their dirty linen being exposed, I'm sure that is true and the Chicago mafia is famous for that, but I think the threat of urban riots is their biggest fear..that extortion is what got us into this nanny state to begin with and that's what keeps it going.

Remember when Republican Rep. Peter King, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, held hearings in 2011 and 2012 on the radicalization of Muslims here at home?

"Today, we must be fully aware that homegrown radicalization is part of Al Qaeda's strategy to continue attacking the United States," King said. "Al Qaeda is actively targeting the American Muslim community for recruitment. Today's hearing will address this dangerous trend.”

Democrats stopped short of calling King a racist publically but howled, “How dare he stereotype Muslims?” Well, the Boston marathon terrorist attack suggests King was right and Democrats were wrong. The left leaning...