Gazette’s conservative “standard bearer” agrees that Obama is a Muslim in disguise

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The Colorado Springs Gazette tried to make an argument this week that gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo stands further out of the mainstream than his rivals, Bob Beauprez, Mike Kopp, and Scott Gessler.

Even if you missed last night's 1950's revival at Colorado Christian University and you haven't read the clown-car series on ColoradoPols, you know that's a tough case to make when you start looking at specific issues. Women, immigration, environment, energy, etc. There ain't that much difference among them on the craziness meter.

Just spin the radio dial, for example, and up pops Beauprez, saying something wild, like agreeing with a talk-show host that Obama is a Muslim. John McCain had the guts, you recall, to eloquently reject the suggestion that Obama was an Arab. But not Beauprez, as of Sept. 30, 2013, on the Charles Butler Show, Genesis Communications Network.

Butler: I conclude that Mr. Obama has never lost his Muslim beliefs or his Muslim leanings. At the end of the day here’s a principle in Islam called Taqyyia. And I believe that is what Obama has been practicing for the last thirty-some years, is Taqyyia. And it’s an Islamic principle where you can deceive a non-Muslim into thinking that you are non-Muslim, in the interest of pushing, putting forth Muslim interests. And I’m looking at Mr. Obama and everything he’s done, and the media doesn’t cover it this way but when you look at the facts, everything he has done thus far has been to support and destabilize stable regimes for Muslim rule, whether it’s Muslim Brotherhood, whether it’s Hezbollah, he’s supported those things.

Beauprez: That's why so many of our allies, Israel for the primary among them, but that’s why so much of our status around the world, our respect among our friends around the world–

Butler: Am I telling the truth, Bob? Or am I off on this? Help me out, here

Beauprez: Absolutely.

That's a Gazette "standard bearer of fiscal and social conservatism" talking?

5 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Republican 36 says:

    This is the reason I left the Republican Party

    This is one of those "You've got to be kidding me moments," and then it turns out to be true. Instead of agreeing with the host, Beauprez should have taken him to task, demanded the host provide proof about what he said about the President and if he couldn't come up with it, blasted him for promoting false information about the President of the United States.

    If the Republican Party wants to survive in Colorado or anywhere across the country, it and its candidates need to call these kind of individuals and their so called facts out for what they are – liars and fabricators who poison our politics with senseless and nonsensical statements. Instead, the Party and its candidates just don't tolerate them, they promote them and their ridiculous thoughts.

    Beauprez has disqualified himself to hold office by going along with and promoting this nonsense. He is imploding and politically self destructing. 

    Beauprez and the Republican Party are truly and unrelentingly pathetic.

  2. dwyer says:

    Jason, those radio talk show hosts and reporters never listen to you and you instruct them all the time on what they"should do.  oh well.

  3. DawnPatrol says:

    More racist filth from hateful, fearful, cowardly little "men." Today's GOTP in all its glory.

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