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April 03, 2009


Well, of course Obama wants Sharia law. How else will he impose his global currency?

Okay, so 11% of the public, and 17% of Republicans, think Obama is a Muslim. Meanwhile, 22% of American voters, and 35% of Democrats, believe George Bush knew in advance about the 9/11 terrorist attacks. (Other polls reach essentially similar results.) And 79% of Americans believe in angels. All this proves is that there's nothing so preposterous that a substantial number of people won't believe it. The surprise isn't that 11% of the public think Obama is a Muslim, but that it's only 11%.

BTW, prominent Republican legal figure Ted Olson has rejected attacks on Koh. Looking back twenty-two years, we can remember all the prominent Democratic legal figures who rejected attacks on Robert Bork by those who took Bork's writings out of context and vilified him. There was . . . gosh, I'm having trouble remembering any. Can someone refresh my recollection?

And I suppose you have examples of Bork's writings being taken "out of context?"

Also, I see that Rob, in his 4/03/09 post at 9:09 a.m. implicity equates "Muslim" with "wingnut belief that then-President Bush knew in advance about the 9/11 terrorist attacks." Real nice.

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