AMAZING POLL RESULTS PROVES THAT AMERICANS ARE ISLAMO-RESISTANT……..

Me thinks it has much to do with that feisty document, the US Constitution, crafted by the US’s founding fathers.

No doubt the rest of those who voted the other way were either clueless, Leftist boobs (or both) and Muslims. Thanks to Andy for continually dishing up for us these interesting details. Much appreciated. KGS

Poll: Likely American Voters Are Islamo-Realistic

Posted by Andrew G. Bostom Sep 22nd 2011 at 2:34 pm in Islam, Islamic extremism, Politics,ground zero mosque, sharia | Comments (21)

national poll of 1,000 likely voters was completed in August by Democratic pollster Pat Caddell, and Republican pollster John McLaughlin for Secure America Now. The published results indicate that unlike our media, academic, and political elites, Americans, thank goodness, are Islamo-realistic, i.e, on Sharia, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Ground Zero Conquest Mosque, and Spring Time for Sharia in Araby:

Pg 145 16 Q14. – SHARIA LAW IS THE CODE OF CONDUCT OR RELIGIOUS LAW OF ISLAM. DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF U.S. COURTS APPLYING ISLAMIC SHARIA LAW WHEN DECIDING CASES IN AMERICAN FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS?

Read the poll results here!

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3 Responses to AMAZING POLL RESULTS PROVES THAT AMERICANS ARE ISLAMO-RESISTANT……..

  1. Big Frank says:

    The numbers would be even more negative, we must remember that the apologists, sycophants, lackeys, and lapdogs of Islam have the liberal, leftist MSM and many in the the political class on their side constantly brainwashing the general public with pro Muslim propaganda.

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  3. herbork says:

    I live two houses up from a prominent Maryland USA imam. I attended an open house at his mosque, heard him speak. Saturnine-looking, yes, but he seemed a genuinely godly, temperate and intelligent man of good will. A couple weeks later, in the newspapers, I also saw a picture of one of his members working beside a Jew on a Habitat For Humanity project. Impressive.
    Yet the next time the imam spoke to me on our street, I wished him a good day and, by body language and lowered eyes and a long pause, I dismissed him, politely but completely. I find myself forced by his very excellences as a neighbor to face this fact: he may be the deeply good person he examples, I cannot say, but all of contemporary history stands between us. And if he were secretly my worst enemy, HE WOULD ACT NO DIFFERENTLY.
    All this strikes me as being tragic; and I don’t know where it ends. Neither does my imam.

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