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Rep. John Conyers: The Islamists' Best Friend

Check out today's Investor's Business Daily, which catches Rep. John Conyers doing the Islamists' bidding:

The likely new chairman of the House Judiciary Committee says he's just fighting bigotry in leading a Democrat jihad to deny law enforcement key terror-fighting tools. But he is in the pocket of Islamists.


John Conyers, son of a leftist Detroit union activist, represents the largest Arab population in the country. His district includes Dearborn, Mich., nicknamed "Dearbornistan" by locals fed up with cultural encroachment and terror fears from a steady influx of Mideast immigrants.

Conyers, who runs an Arabic version of his official Web site, does the bidding of these new constituents and the militant Islamist activists who feed off them. They want to kill the Patriot Act and prevent the FBI from profiling Muslim suspects in terror investigations. They also want to end the use of undisclosed evidence against suspected Arab terrorists in deportation proceedings.

And the 77-year-old Conyers has vowed to deliver those changes for them.

This is just the beginning folks. Get ready for the dismantling of the policies and procedures that have kept us safe and free from a terrorist attack for over five years.

Hat tip: Stop the ACLU.


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Comments (28)

Shorter Investor's Business... (Below threshold)
MyPetGloat:

Shorter Investor's Business Daily (and Kim):

Repesentatives have no business addressing the issues of their constituencies- Especially when they are brown.

Shorter MyPetGloat:<p... (Below threshold)
cmd:

Shorter MyPetGloat:

"Rethuglikkkan racist!"

Correction, Goat:R... (Below threshold)
yo:

Correction, Goat:

Representatives have no business putting their political careers ahead of the security of the country - regardless of color.

It is a repeat of former de... (Below threshold)
Mark:

It is a repeat of former democrat behavior:

"[I will] totally dismantle every intelligence agency in this country piece by piece, nail by nail, brick by brick" -- Ron Dellums, D-Calif, 1993, after House Democratic Caucus elected Dellums chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.

"The policies of the Bush a... (Below threshold)
yo:

"The policies of the Bush administration have sent a wave of fear through our immigrant communities and targeted our Arab and Muslim neighbors," he growls.


He conveniently overlooks the policies of radical muslims sending a wave of fear throughout ALL communities.

Then, let's not ignore Grandma Botox:

"Since Sept. 11, many Muslim Americans have been subjected to searches at airports and other locations based upon their religion and national origin," she said. "We must make it illegal."


Again, how are the Dems going to better wage the war if the continually refuse to recognize the enemy?

Many muslims actually agree with profiling at airports. A friend of mine said, quite succinctly, "My ass is on that plane, too!"

But, no .. let's cry racism, if it'll help get re-elected.

One big terrorists attack a... (Below threshold)
Scrapiron:

One big terrorists attack and the lynching's will start, by the people, for the people. You can bet on it. Expect the politicians who support and enable the terrorists with future attacks to be included.
Enough terrorists support, aid and comfort stupidity has poured out of the dim's to last a lifetime, and the lifetime for quite a few thousands as a result is down to months. Killed at the hands of Dim's.
Plenty of blood flowing in Iraq since Tuesday at the dim's request. Go wash your hand in the blood dim's.

Smiling and laughing, Still having fun with the election. Just look at the crazies Peeeeloshi is puting in leadership positions. It's a hoot even if it does result in the death of thousands.

Hard to believe that there ... (Below threshold)
jhow66:

Hard to believe that there are enough dumbass voters in this country to put these people in power. Time to polish up the old axe handle.

What are you complaining ab... (Below threshold)
muirgeo:

What are you complaining about? We're doing a great job catching terrorist.

Neo-con talking point #1:</... (Below threshold)
jp2:

Neo-con talking point #1:

Democrats are in league with Islamic terrorists.

"Democrats are in league wi... (Below threshold)
yo:

"Democrats are in league with Islamic terrorists."

Follow the logic:

1: CAIR has ties to known terrorist organizations
2: Conyers and Pelosi meet with CAIR to get advice
3: Democrats are in league with Islamic terrorists

The problem is that the Dems are too stupid to make the connection. Actually, it's sad.

Very. Very. Sad.

But, no. It's cool. They're just going to get people killed.

1. Under Bush government ha... (Below threshold)
jp2:

1. Under Bush government has met with several terrorist organizations, including Hamas and Hezbollah as well as Iraqi insurgents.
2. Our government supports terror?

No, but you score points for trying. (negative)

When has the government met... (Below threshold)
yo:

When has the government met with Hamas/Hezbollah?

When?

Asking.

Waiting.

<a href="http://www.msnbc.m... (Below threshold)
jp2:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13990500/

This wasn't that long ago. Catch up.

From Bush's radio address y... (Below threshold)
maggysturn:

From Bush's radio address yesterday:

One freedom that defines our way of life is the freedom to choose our leaders at the ballot box. We saw that freedom earlier this week, when millions of Americans went to the polls to cast their votes for a new Congress. Whatever your opinion of the outcome, all Americans can take pride in the example our democracy sets for the world by holding elections even in a time of war." (emphasis added)

Is he f-ing kidding me? "...even in a time of war"? And you bone heads all believe him? No wonder you lost (and big) last Tuesday.

Kim, have you forgotten the Bush family's ties to the bin Ladens? Have you forgotten that when the American public couldn't fly in the days after 9/11 (by gov't order), George Bush personally saw to it that the bin Ladens living in the U.S. were allowed to fly out of the country? You people who support George Bush and his policies are complete fools.

Stop blaming Democrats, and take responsibilty for the mess Monkey-ears has made of this country

Dude, seriously. Meeting w... (Below threshold)
yo:

Dude, seriously. Meeting with the lebonese government is not nearly the same as meeting with Nasrallah.

Once again, jp2 demonstrates why Democrats can't be in charge of this war. They have no idea who the enemy is.

Nice work, jp. Any other moronic bits you gonna' pull out of the ether, today, or have you shot your wad?

Ah .. maggie just came from... (Below threshold)
yo:

Ah .. maggie just came from the huff&Blo where that article is bouncing about.

Hun, seriously, the tired old talking points don't fly any longer in the world of reality.

Time for new tinfoil.

Back to the echo chamber for you!

If it was 1806 instead of 2... (Below threshold)
theExecutioner:

If it was 1806 instead of 2006, Conyers would be hung for treason and I would pull the lever. If that isn't aiding and abetting our enemy, I don't know what is.

What about the "separation ... (Below threshold)
drjohn:

What about the "separation of church and state" thing? What about the "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.." thingie?

"Dude, seriously. Meeting w... (Below threshold)
jp2:

"Dude, seriously. Meeting with the lebonese government is not nearly the same as meeting with Nasrallah."

Again, yo, you fail to understand. Hezbollah, a terrorist political organization, has a stake in the Lebonese government. (Similar in the way that the Green/Libertarian parties have a part of the government of our country)

Since you are clearly over your head here, I recommend trying Wikipedia, or just watching the news.

"Hezbollah is one of two main political parties representing the Shiites; Lebanon's largest religious bloc. It participates in government.[22] In the elections for Parliament, it won over 10% of the seats (14 out of 128) and the bloc it forms with others, the Resistance and Development Bloc, 27.3% (see Lebanese general election, 2005). Hezbollah organises an extensive social development programme. Hezbollah also runs hospitals, news services, and educational facilities. [23] Its Reconstruction Campaign ('Jihad al-Bina') is responsible for numerous economic and infrastructure development projects in Lebanon.[24]"

Yo:
"1: CAIR has ties to known terrorist organizations
2: Conyers and Pelosi meet with CAIR to get advice
3: Democrats are in league with Islamic terrorist"

The Bush administration met with leaders of a terrorist organization. By your very own specific definition, that makes them "in league" with terrorists.

I don't agree with your definition, I'm just simply pointing out your flawed logic.

".. clearly over your head ... (Below threshold)
yo:

".. clearly over your head here ..."

Blow me.

What you don't seem to understand is the cruxt of my my point: there is a distinct difference between "negotiating" with the Lebonese gov't; which is represented by OTHER folk beyond Hezbollah, and negotiating with Hezbollah, directly, you putz.

Wanna' test my logic? Did any representative of the United States meet with Nasrallah?

Yes? No? Circle one.

Additionally, if your only sources are Wikipedia and the news, then you, my friend, are completely and utterly clueless.

My logic is just fine, the fact that it either escapes your feeble awareness of current events, as well as history - or transcends thenarrow boundaries of your mind, is not my fault.

You get (negative) points f... (Below threshold)
jp2:

You get (negative) points for trying to reframe the debate. Again.

All I said is that they met with a terrorist organization, which they did. By your definition, that makes them "in league" with terrorists.

It really can't be clearer. I'm assuming by your anger that I have struck a nerve, so I won't pursue it further, which would be pointless anyways.

Don't hurt your arm patting... (Below threshold)
yo:

Don't hurt your arm patting yourself on the back, champ.

I'm not angry, at all. Your ignorance isn't enough to strike any nerve.

I was not reframing the debate. You just can't understand that the Lebanese gov't isn't a terrorist organization. The fact that Hezbollah has reps within that gov't doesn't give your argument any credence, whatsoever.

What about my question to you regarding Nasrallah? Not gonna' answer that one?

Actually, you know what? I... (Below threshold)
yo:

Actually, you know what? I'll actually restate my logical concussion:

3: Democrats are too stupid to understand that they're getting played by a terrorist organization.

Though, by turning a blind-eye to the stacks and stacks of evidence against CAIR, I'd say they were in league out of ignorance, or out of an apathy brought about by their unbridled lust for power.

Either way, it's dirty and dangerous.

Not to butt in, but ... (Below threshold)
Webster:

Not to butt in, but there is also a big difference between negotiating with and seeking advice from. Ponder.

John Conyers may be dangero... (Below threshold)

John Conyers may be dangerous, but at least he provides more entertainment than the bleating moonbats above.

Ever heard the guy when he can't just read from a script? Complete drooling moron.

With politicians like Conye... (Below threshold)

With politicians like Conyers who needs enemies?
Conyers = commie, old style.

Ever heard the guy when ... (Below threshold)
Brian:

Ever heard the guy when he can't just read from a script? Complete drooling moron.

How fun to see a Republican comment on a politician's speaking ability.

CAIR - 1, FREE SPEECH - 0<b... (Below threshold)

CAIR - 1, FREE SPEECH - 0
Islamonazi CAIR Intimidates Yet Another American Business In Dhimmitude

http://www.terrorfreeoil.org/videos/MS092506.php - MSNBC video

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