Friday, January 27, 2017

Rep. Rohrabacher: ‘Isn’t It Wonderful To Have a President Who Can Use The Words Radical Islamic Terrorist?’

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) said Tuesday he believed the Trump administration will stand up to the regime in Iran and praised the new president for his willingness to use terms shunned by his predecessor when describing the threat posed by terrorists.

“Isn’t it wonderful to have a president that can use the words ‘radical Islamic terrorist?’” Rohrabacher said at a Capitol Hill briefing by the Organization of Iranian American Communities. “Isn’t that a wonderful thing? “

“That means we have sent a message to those radical Islamic terrorists that run Iran, that we have their number. We know what they are doing and we are not afraid to stand up to their type of tyranny.”

(In his inaugural address, Trump pledged to “unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the Earth.”)



Anonymous said...

Islamic terrorists are extremely evil and they need to be eradicated !

a beneficiary of Anzacs said...

I don't think radical Islamists will be eradicated. Controlled possibly.
The Koran will always exist. Some Mooslums will always exist who want to follow its kill commands. And many mooslums will always exist who follow its general antisocial anti-infidel attitude that breeds those who want to follow the kill commands.
Only a fresh interpretation of Jihad will change Islam to any satisfactory degree, an interpretation from Jihad being a collective external war against infidels, to being an individual internal war against one's own unwanted inclinations.

Bird of Paradise said...

I have never heard of any christian forcing a islam to convert under threat of being beheaded like the so called Religion of Peace has done

Anonymous said...

The first step to recognising that there is a problem in naming the demon. Radical Islam is that evil and it has finally been named in the US officially. That's a great start. Would Hillary have been brave enough to use the term? Probably not. It would have disrespectful to Obama, something he rightfully has earned in many ways.

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