Why Is @SenRandPaul Associating With A Known Dhimmi Collaborator?

Bob knows, he’s been blogging about Grover Norquist’s treasonous jihad enabling for years, as have I. Go read all of Bob’s post, and also check out what I have in my old blog archives (from 2011 with links to older posts on the creep) HERE

Remember Anwar Al Awaki? It was Grover freaking Norquist who help Al Awaki get all friendly with GW Bush in the “Islam means peace” days following the islamic terror attacks that Alwaki had a hand in which slaughtered nearly 3000 of us on September 11, 2001. NEVER FUCKING FORGET IT!

The Camp Of The Saints

There has rightly been a big brouhaha on the Right about this news…

From Breitbart, Tony Lee reporting, we learn:

A day after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) lost his primary after Dave Brat hammered him on amnesty, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) embraced “immigration reform” on a conference call with Michael Bloomberg’s pro-amnesty group and Grover Norquist.

Paul, a potential 2016 contender, reportedly said that “amnesty is a word that’s trapped us,” and, according to CNN, emphasized, “If you want immigration reform, there has to be openness to compromise.” Earlier on Wednesday, talk radio host Rush Limbaugh declared that when politicians in Washington say “immigration reform” what they really mean is “amnesty.”

“I say everywhere I go, ‘I am for immigration reform,’” Paul said, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Paul participated in a monthly call with Bloomberg’s Partnership for a New American Economy and Norquist…

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