Congressional candidate Itamar Gelbman of Texas is in hot water with the enemedia for coming out against the Islamization of America, and of course Muslims are "offended" that he would want to stop Sharia -- stonings, amputations, clitorectomies, death for apostates, oppression of women and non-Muslims -- from coming to the U.S.
Gelbman has my endorsement. Candidates who will even speak about, much less resist, Islamization are so rare, and yet they're what America needs the most these days. If you're in the 6th district of Texas, vote Gelbman. Work for him. Volunteer for the campaign. Work the phones. Get the word out. Your children's future depends on it.
Campaign mailer angers Tarrant County Muslims by Jim Douglas WFAA May 2, 2012
TARRANT COUNTY — Itamar Gelbman says he was born in New York, raised in Israel, and now wants to be the next congressman from the state's 6th District, which covers much of Tarrant County.
His mailers began arriving this week. Gelbman said he sent them to about 40,000 homes. Next to his picture, the card states: "Army lieutenant for Congress."
Gelbman served in the Israeli army, and among the issues he wants to fight for is to stop what he calls the "Islamization" of America."I would like to ask him how he plans to stop the 'Islamization of America?'" asked Jamal Qaddura.
If you really want to know, Qaddura, you can find out in my book, Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.
"Where is the 'Islamization of America?'" Qaddura received one of Gelbman's campaign cards because he votes Republican in the 6th District. In fact, Qaddura is a precinct chair in the Tarrant County GOP and a frequent spokesman for the Islamic community.
Then he knows where it is. He knows it's in every attempt to assert Islamic law over American law.
He's more than a little offended by the Gelbman campaign.
Of course. Being offended is how Islamic supremacists get what they want in America.
"I simply picked up the phone and called that number," he said, referring to the number on Gelbman's mailer. Qaddura said he didn't hear back from Gelbman.
The candidate told us by phone his mailer drew a huge, 100 percent positive response. Gelbman said he did not have time to talk to News 8 on camera about it until next week.
His campaign address is a PO Box at the post office in Joshua in Johnson County. Gelbman told us by phone he doesn't live in District 6, but does plan to move into the district.
If so, he will have thousands of Muslim neighbors — many of them conservative Republican voters.
"Bad news for him, I guess," Qaddura said. "He just offended 50,000 people."
The reporter doesn't mention the probability that Gelbman just won the vote of 100,000 others who are fed up with Islamic supremacism in the U.S.