Note you didn’t respond to either of the links that I provided you. I have responded to your links. On that note, one further example. What is the deal with David Ramadan? So what if he strongly opposes ethanol subsidies? Shouldn’t Coburn? This is typical of the very thin attacks on Norquist. Ramadan is a conservative Republican Muslim. All of his public statements support the Constitution. The piece gets upset because he doesn’t have discussions in his campaign literature about muslim dictatorships. Is this serious? The guy was running for a state House district in Virginia. What does that have to do with foreign policy? You cite this article. Explain why this type of piece is relevant towards anything.
Here is some info on Ramadan: