Monday, October 6, 2008

No separation of mosque and state?

Muslim mosques holding voter registration drives in clear support of Barak Obama in swing states ... Okay, why am I not surprised?

An item from OneNewsNow has the story:

"The group, Muslim Americans for Obama [MAFO], insists that all of its voter registration activity is non-partisan, despite the fact that its mission statement says it was launched in August 2008 'to provide a vehicle for Muslim-American supporters of Barack Obama to organize and mobilize our fellow citizens to get out the vote to elect Barack Obama the next president of the United States.'"

Robert Spencer's Jihad Watch has the rest of the story. Spencer adds that he doesn't look for the IRS or anyone else with the PC police to jump on this violation of church-state separation (Hear that, ACLU? Got that, Americans United for Separation of Church and State? ... oh, that's right, you want separation of CHURCH and state. I guess mosques don't count.) If I tried a "Christians for McCain-Palin" drive at my church, on the other hand, you can pretty much guess how the media and powers-that-be would react (and I would probably be typing this in shackles).

But hey, it's nice to see Matthew 25 Network has a new ally (along with abortionists, 60s terrorist bombers, and so forth).

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