Two groups who face harassment in schools found common ground in Michigan:
Gay and Muslim groups say they are relieved after a Michigan lawmaker agreed to drop a provision in an anti-bullying bill that would have carved out an exemption for religious or moral beliefs.
State Sen. Rick Jones, a Republican, inserted a carve-out for a “sincerely held religious belief or moral conviction” in the Senate version of the bill. The state House of Representatives’ version of the bill did not include the provision.
Jones on Monday (Nov. 14) said he would drop his amendment and vote for the House version after critics said the language could allow gay, Muslim or other minority students to face harassment.
Earlier this year, the
chronically crazy episodically sane birther guru Joseph Farah warned, on his right-wing website WorldNet Daily, that there was sinister “patty-cake politics between the Muslim Mafia and the Gay Mafia.”
Why don’t the active Muslim Brotherhood front groups in the U.S. speak out in opposition to policies that would never even be whispered about in any Islamic state on the planet?
I will tell you why: Because they recognize the promotion of this [“homosexual”] agenda in the U.S. actually serves the Islamist long-term agenda. They recognize that the success of this agenda promotes the weakening of the United States of America in multiple ways.
More power to them.