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Are Muslims and Abortion More Important Than Jobs and Security?

Are Muslims and Abortion More Important Than Jobs and Security?


By    |   Sunday, 29 January 2017 07:32 PM

Provocative issues as permitting Muslims to have an open door to the United States, abortion, or how to reignite the American economy are being passionately debated throughout America.

The Mainstream Media and Democrats support the position that the rights of non-US Muslims and abortion should take precedence over anything else.

To the Democrats, President Trump could be St. Francis of Assisi and they would still resist everything and anything he proposes.

The Republicans appear to act, as they always have, as the Party of Stupid. Basically, cowards who approach making any political move with trepidation.

President Trump campaigned primarily on economic issues but needed the inclusion of the religious right-wing to get elected. Understandably, a matter of political expediency.

So to the Republicans, he has great latitude to craft new directions for the country on the economy and national security, but not on abortion.

Given this as the background and context of the current political climate, how should the hot-button issues of abortion, Muslim immigration, job creation, and national security be prioritized?

When it comes to governmental policy, I prefer what is in the best interests of the United States over the globalists.

With a rule of law, I prefer an objective bright-line test rather than a subjective test.

Roe v Wade and its progeny recognized objectively both a constitutional privacy right of a woman and that the unborn had never been recognized in law as persons in the whole sense. Subjectively the Supreme Court found that the state could regulate abortion since it had a compelling interest in the potential of a viable human life.

Clearly, their decision contains a mixture of objective and subjective considerations made necessary in order to reach a compromise holding.

Maybe a future Supreme Court will decide if a fetus is a constitutional person.

As a matter of legal principle, a strict constitutionalist should prefer a bright line rule of law in deciding constitutional issues over the legal ambiguities created by a subjective determination of viability.

Immigration is a more straightforward matter. The is no constitutional right for Muslims or any other foreigners to be granted admission to the United States. For the anti-Trump crowd, it's a demonstration of resistance.

Contrary to the views of pro-Muslim advocates, Islam in theory and practice is a para-military theocracy and not a religion.

Any belief, especially a religious belief, is best understood by the actions of the people who profess to be its followers. There is no country in the world with a significant Muslim population that is not racked in conflict. Germany and France are good examples of this principle.

If ever Islam demonstrably evolves a morality that tolerates others, say Jews and Christians, then the United States can consider allowing Muslim immigration into the U.S. In the meantime, importing Muslims is not seen as critically necessary to American prosperity.

What every American is concerned about is jump-starting economic growth.

After eight years of an economic drought in the United States, job creation to expand the economy is the priority issue. Even for the craziest of special interest voters, say, someone who considers snail darters more important than humans, jobs are, at least, their number two priority.

Based on the events of this past week, President Trump is putting the American house in order by taking long overdue actions.

From my perspective, most people (excluding the Main Stream Press, Democrats, Globalists, and Hollywood) are extraordinarily impressed by President Trump’s carrying through on his campaign promises.

He just got sworn in a week ago and doesn’t yet have his full Cabinet approved and yet President Trump has already accomplished more to reinvigorate the United States than both Obama and Bush did in 16 years.

Even those who oppose him are amazed by the intensity he is approaching the job of being president.

Those who are proponents of abortion rights and preferential treatment for Muslim immigration are getting nearly all the news coverage. But, they have little credibility with the public anymore and certainly not with the President.

Trump correctly understands that jobs and national security are the priority issues dearest to Americans.

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