Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Armstrong Williams Refuses to Buckle to CNN Hosts

Hat tip Creeping Sharia

Conservative commentator Armstrong Williams is currently the business manager for Ben Carson's campaign. In the below posting from Creeping Sharia, you can watch a video where he takes on two talking heads (I'll call them Jack and Jill) from CNN who try to pin him down on Carson's recent statements about not wanting a Muslim in the White House. Williams goes on the offensive.

I would suggest that Jack and Jill do some research into CAIR before they start quoting them to put Williams and Carson into a corner.


Anonymous said...

Mr. Fouse.

If it is Fair to Not Vote for a Muslim Candidate because of the negative actions of other Muslims, is it also Fair to Not Vote for a Black Candidate (like Dr. Ben Carson) because of the negative actions of other Blacks???

I mean I definitely do Not want America to resemble any Middle East/Muslim country. I also do Not want America to resemble any African country, or even any Black Majority city like Detroit, Baltimore, Ferguson, or New Orleans.

Your Thoughts???

Gary Fouse said...

A fair question, Mr Anonymous. Carson is not against a Muslim president because of the actions of certain other Muslims. That would be akin to opposing a black president based on the actions of certain blacks. It is the belief system that causes Carson and myself concern. There is ample evidence to show that the actions of terrorists and those Muslims who persecute non-Muslims is based on their belief system-specifically, Islamic doctrine, the teachings of the Koran, the hadith and the life and teachings of Mohammad. In other words, as Carson stated, Islamic doctrine is antithetical to freedom and the ideals of equality.

Carson also added that if a Muslim placed our constitution and ideals of freedom over the teachings of Islam and sharia, he could vote for that person. He added, however, that this would in effect make him or her an apostate. That would lead to a whole new discussion.

I would be able to vote for someone like Zuhdi Jasser, and I think Carson might as well.