It may be too much to say that Islam threw a senate race in Massachusetts to the Grand Old Party. It may be too much to say that machinations of the Jihad pushed America’s bluest state into a posture of red conservative indignation on the subject of this treacherous war that is being waged against us by the madmen of the Islamic religion.
But it is not too much to say, with Massachusetts’ Senator-elect Scott Brown's top strategist, Eric Fehrnstrom, that “National security was a more potent issue than healthcare based on the polling we saw.”
Which is a striking fact that few have noticed, much less examined and digested.
Islam made its presence felt heavily in this election. Bostonians have not forgotten where most of the September 11 hijackers departed from. The Ft. Hood Treason is only two months old. And this MA Senate race started breaking for Senator-elect Brown right around the time of the failed raid over Detroit on Christmas. I would expect that Brown himself will not neglect to adduce terror on his list of what, based on his observations of the folks of the Bay State, is moving the people of America.
What is moving Americans is a thing that has historically been a pretty effective mover of men in all times: the threat of violence, sedition, and conspiracy, organized by sworn enemies for purposes of terror and submission.
It is not yet clear what course our current politicians will take in response to this fact.