Libs sing the same old song: ‘It’s not all Muslims’; but it’s enough to kill us

Angry Bald Dude

It’s not all Muslims. It’s just a minority.

That’s the argument that has been made for years.

I heard this argument the day after I watched from my window as two majestic towers that stood atop the New York City skyline for my entire life fell.

I heard it again when 191 people were killed in Madrid, again when 53 were killed in London, again when 13 perished at Fort Hood, again when four brave Americans lost their lives in Benghazi, again when Lee Rigby was beheaded in London and again when Corp. Nathan Cirillo was killed in Ottawa.

In the hours after three cowards threatened an innocent woman and child forcing her to allow them entrance into the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris where they slaughtered 12 more unarmed people, I heard this familiar refrain.

It’s not all Muslims. It’s just a minority.

Really?

There have been more than 65 terrorist attacks since the year 2000 in the name of Islam.

It seems that some people are so quick to rush to the defense of Muslims whenever one of these attacks occur.

But as big of a threat as radical Islam is, those who pretend it doesn’t exist are just as dangerous.

People like Howard Dean who appeared Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to defend Muslims.

“I stopped calling these people Muslim terrorists,” he said. ”They’re about as Muslim as I am.”

People like Sen. Dianne Feinstein who cares about how we interrogate these evil scum rather than agree that we need to do whatever we can to prevent them from achieving their horrible goals.

People like President Obama who calls the Fort Hood terrorist attack “workplace violence” and who, even after video surfaced of the terrorists in Paris shouting “Allahu Akbar” and “The prophet has been avenged,” still would not say the words “Islamic terrorism.”

Their politically correct wishy-washy pandering endangers us all.

It might not be “all Muslims” but it’s enough to kill the rest of us.

It’s past time we started acting like it.

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