Norquist has impeccable credentials in the conservative movement and the trust of the President and his closest advisers. He's also been active against the "Patriot Act" (he once said he'd automatically vote against any law someone felt they had to name "Patriot") and in favor of recognizing American Muslims as a potential powerful ally of the GOP and conservatism as a whole.
Paul Tetreault, who runs the "Citizen Soldier" website, is a more ambiguous case, to say the least. His main page positively drips with anti-Islamic hatred. Yet if one trots over to the "ANSWER" website (unworthy of linking here), he shows up on the list of "PARTIAL ENDORSERS: EMERGENCY MOBILIZATION TO STOP THE WAR". Odd may be an understatement.
posted on 10/23/2003 5:22:15 AM PDT
by E Rocc
(Collectivism is to freedom as raw sewage is to fresh water.)
To: E Rocc
Then why does he associate with the fringe elements -- the ones who advocate terrorism and jihad?
posted on 10/23/2003 5:30:41 AM PDT
by NYC GOP Chick
(Ever notice that when Howeird Dean talks his upper lip never moves?)
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