Sue Myrick thinks Islam is a terminal disease

Either that, or she's a compulsive liar. Given her promise to term-limit herself as part of the Contract on America, I vote for compulsive liar.

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Tough choice

Are we allowed to vote for both?

http://www.indyweek.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A411960

Its been a bad day for Sue :-)

Oh and this is what she is running tomorrow :-)

Bipartisan Anti-Terrorism Caucus Briefing

The Other Muslims: Moderate and Secular
A Panel of Moderate Muslims Discuss Differences Between Moderate Muslims and Islamists, and Offer Policies the US Should Pursue in Countering Radical Islamist Ideology and Radicalization
Dear Colleague:

At the end of 2009, we witnessed the Fort Hood attack and the Christmas Day attempted airline bombing. These have awakened Americans and the government about the rise of homegrown terrorism. Why is this happening? Who or what is behind it? How can we stop it?
We invite Members and staff to attend a very important briefing at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday March 4, 2010 in Cannon 122 to hear a panel of moderate Muslims answer these questions. This panel will speak about the new book, The Other Muslims: Moderate and Secular. The Other Muslims, edited by Zeyno Baran, represents a unique effort by American and European Muslims to explain the differences between traditional Islam and the radical Islamism that leads to acts of terrorism.
The panel is composed of American contributors to this book and will help Members and staff understand the radical ideology behind the recent terrorist attacks, and how Moderate Muslims can be assisted in pushing back against radical Islamists and their ideology. This briefing will also offer the opportunity for Members and staff to network with moderate Muslims who can assist them with their work on national security issues.
The Panel Consists of:
Zeyno Baran, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for Eurasian Policy at the Hudson Institute. Baran has testified numerous times before congressional committees on issues ranging from U.S.-Turkey relations to political developments in the South Caucasus and integration and radicalization issues in Europe. Her work focuses on strategies to thwart the spread of radical Islamist ideology in Europe and in Eurasia and to promote democratic and energy reform processes across Eurasia.

Dr. Hedieh Mirahmadi, President of the World Organization for Resource Development and Education (WORDE). Dr. Mirahmadi serves as legal counsel and consultant for several multinational non-governmental organizations, which cultivate an international network of support and expertise to combat the spread of Islamist extremism. Her expertise in Islam earned her an appointment to the US Embassy in Afghanistan as Senior Advisor for civil society infrastructure.

Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, President of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy. Dr. Jasser is a doctor of internal medicine and nuclear cardiology, and is former President of the Arizona Medical Association. A former U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander, Dr. Jasser is a devout practicing Muslim who has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and Fox, and is a national radio commentator on Islam, Islamism, moderate Muslims, and counterterrorism.
We hope you will attend this very important briefing. Please RSVP to Andy Polk at andy.polk@mail.house.gov

****This event is closed to the press

***** Members and Defense/National Security LAs are invited to attend

That's OK

I feel the same way about Christianity. Myrick is flat-out spooky. Between her and Virginia Foxx, this state has earned its crazy credits! I used to think South Carolina was bad (and it is), but Myrick and Foxx are downright bat-shit.

Syd