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Marco Rubio advisory board includes ISNA supporter

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"Who better to advise on religious liberty issues than a useful idiot for a Hamas front? In July 2009, Warren addressed the annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America, despite the fact that it has been named an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas funding case. Federal prosecutors said that ISNA had an “intimate relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood,” and were “intimately connected with the HLF” — that is, the Holy Land Foundation, the Hamas-funding charity — “and its assigned task of providing financial support to HAMAS.”

Warren is also a close friend of Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam), despite Cat’s nasheed that contains the lines, “I’m praying to Allah to give us victory over the kuffar,” and his support for the murder of Salman Rushdie for offending Islam.

Yes, clearly Rick Warren is just the guy to advise Rubio on religious liberty. And that’s it for Rubio."

Is there a place these pro-Islam sneaks haven't infiltrated?!!?!?


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Marco has a history of doing dumb things. Remember this?

SOPA and PIPA protest power: why Marco Rubio backed off piracy bill

Sen. Marco Rubio was one of the original co-sponsors of the Senate's anti-piracy bill, but he reversed course Wednesday amid a flurry of protests against PIPA and SOPA.


Florida Senator Marco Rubio Wednesday did a sharp about-face and withdrew his support for the Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) in the face of widespread Web protests that the Senate bill and a companion House measure would restrict Internet freedom.

This being a political blog, not a techie one, our question is this: Does Senator Rubio’s flip-flop help or hurt his chances of becoming the GOP’s 2012 vice-presidential candidate?

First, some background: Rubio was one of the original co-sponsors of the PIPA legislation. Supporters say PIPA would help stop international electronic piracy, which is sapping dollars and jobs out of the US movie, music, and publishing businesses. Opponents say it would go too far by, among other things, empowering the US government to decide whether to block access to foreign websites it deems suspect.


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