Renee Ellmers extreme? Don't forget the attack

Phil Boehmke
Republican candidate (North Carolina 2nd Congressional District) Renee Ellmers is under attack for a 30 second campaign ad which was released this past week. Her controversial spot dares to echo the sentiments of the vast majority of her constituents (and the overwhelming majority of Americans) who strongly oppose the construction of a mosque at Ground Zero.

The MSM has criticized the ad and have attempted to portray Ellmers as an extremist.


Narrator: After the Muslims conquered Jerusalem and Cordoba and Constantinople, they built victory mosques and now they want to build a mosque by Ground Zero. Where does Bob Etheridge stand? He won't say, won't speak out, won't take a stand.

Ellmers: The Terrorists haven't won and we should tell them in plain English, No there will never be a mosque at Ground Zero.

Is that extremist? The establishment and their fellow travelers in the MSM would have us believe it is. The 9/11 attacks were extreme. The decision to build a mosque near Ground Zero could be considered extreme.


Speaking of extreme, do you remember incumbent congressman Bob Etheridge's reaction to a college student who wanted to ask him a question last June? Forcefully grabbing a college student, slapping away a video camera and repeatedly yelling "Who are you" seems like a pretty extreme reaction by a congressman.


And Ellmers is extreme?




paboehmke@yahoo.com

 
Republican candidate (North Carolina 2nd Congressional District) Renee Ellmers is under attack for a 30 second campaign ad which was released this past week. Her controversial spot dares to echo the sentiments of the vast majority of her constituents (and the overwhelming majority of Americans) who strongly oppose the construction of a mosque at Ground Zero.

The MSM has criticized the ad and have attempted to portray Ellmers as an extremist.


Narrator: After the Muslims conquered Jerusalem and Cordoba and Constantinople, they built victory mosques and now they want to build a mosque by Ground Zero. Where does Bob Etheridge stand? He won't say, won't speak out, won't take a stand.

Ellmers: The Terrorists haven't won and we should tell them in plain English, No there will never be a mosque at Ground Zero.

Is that extremist? The establishment and their fellow travelers in the MSM would have us believe it is. The 9/11 attacks were extreme. The decision to build a mosque near Ground Zero could be considered extreme.


Speaking of extreme, do you remember incumbent congressman Bob Etheridge's reaction to a college student who wanted to ask him a question last June? Forcefully grabbing a college student, slapping away a video camera and repeatedly yelling "Who are you" seems like a pretty extreme reaction by a congressman.


And Ellmers is extreme?




paboehmke@yahoo.com