Monday, December 14, 2015

Caliphate Is Coming to Town, Courtesy of Paul Ryan

Christmas will have a different flavor this year.  It ain't "Santa" who is coming to town.

...As Rich Lowry, Mark Levin, Jeff Sessions, and nonpartisan immigration control groups have explained, the Ryan-McCaul measure to screen Syrian and Iraqi refugees will not in any way halt Obama’s refugee resettlement operation. It ignores completely refugees from virtually all Muslim countries that have sent terrorists to America – such as Somalia, Bosnia and Uzbekistan – while still allowing the President to bring in as many Syrian refugees as he wants on top of that....

Looks like Paul Ryan's House is trying to replace Obozo as the Gun Salesman of the Year.

The question is not "who we are", no matter how often Ryan and Obozo repeat that soporific mantra.  The question is "How well vetted they are."  Importing citizens of a caliphate is national suicide.  And Speaker Ryan has no friggin' idea whether any given Muslim is a caliphate citizen.  One wonders if Ryan actually gives a damn.

Need more on the topic?  Ask anyone who was 'outside the wire' in the sandbox or the 'stan.

....There will be no doubt some hand-wringing about “Islamophobia” and further calls to continue the American elite’s fourteen-year track record of whitewashing Islamic beliefs and culture, but I wonder if the media is missing a powerful, largely-uncovered influence on America’s hearts and minds — the experience and testimony of the more than two million Americans who’ve served overseas since 9/11 and have experienced Islamic cultures up-close.

Yes, they were in the middle of a war — but speaking from my own experience — the war was conducted from within a culture that was shockingly broken. I expected the jihadists to be evil, but even I couldn’t fathom the depths of their depravity. And it was all occurring against the backdrop of a brutally violent and intolerant culture. Women were beaten almost as an afterthought, there was a near-total lack of empathy for even friends and neighbors, lying was endemic, and sexual abuse was rampant. Even more disturbingly, it seemed that every problem was exacerbated the more religious and pious a person (or village) became. ...

"Whoweare"?  Maybe ObozoRyan would like to define that term.  For that matter, maybe the various religious SJWs (such as Catholic Charities) should be forced to do so.  I'm told that Cdl. Dolan is a student of Church history, so the words "Vienna" and "Lepanto" should ring a bell with him.

Or maybe they won't.

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