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Would you vote for someone whose faith does not align with the underpinnings of American principles of freedom? Someone whose faith does not concur with the notion that our government “…shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free speech thereof…”? That would be the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment for those who are unaware.

Dr. Ben Carson has been getting heat in the liberal press lately for saying that he would not vote for a Muslim with respect to the office of the presidency;

“I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that.”

Dr. Carson is not advocating no free speech for Muslims. He is saying that the Islamic faith is inconsistent with the values and principles of America and our Constitution-freedom.

The Islamic faith is intrinsically tied to politics. It is how they control the masses, inclusive of the violently oppressive Sharia Law, which is 180-degrees from that which our country was founded.

Who can argue with him?

 

 

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