Congressman Calls for Hearings on 'Radicalization' of White Christian Women
During a Homeland Security committee hearing last week on the "Radicalization of Muslim-Americans," Texas Congressman Al Green (D) criticized the hearings as biased and unfair to Muslims, suggesting that the only way to justify them is if Congress would also conduct a "hearing on the radicalization of Christians."
Though his position may seem balanced, in fact, it reveals a dangerous mix of irrationality, moral relativism, and emotionalism‚ÄĒall disastrous traits in a U.S. Congressman. Consider some of Green's assertions:
I don't think that most people oppose hearings on radicalization. I do not, not ‚ÄĒ N-O-T ‚ÄĒ oppose hearings on radicalization. I do oppose hearings that don't focus on the entirety of radicalization‚Ä¶. [W]hy not have a hearing on the radicalization of Christians?... People who see the hearings and never hear about the hearing on the radicalization of Christianity have to ask...
"Green went on to ask "Why don't we go to the next step and ask, how is that a blue-eyed, blonde-haired, white female in the United States of America can become radicalized to the point of wanting to do harm to this country? We don't have that type of hearing. That's the problem.""
Sounds like this Democrat is a bottle short of a six pack.
Obviously he is the right material for Obama's Democrat party.