Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Mediterranean Update Tuesday: Greece, Spain, and Internal Islamic Subversion

Mediterranean Update Tuesday kicks off this week with the IMF suspending its Greek bailout.  Spain is also looking worse.  The Chaos about which we speculated in February might be rearing its ugly head.

Cahnman's Musings will continue to monitor the economic clusterfornication in Southern Europe.  In the meantime, I want to comment on a domestic controversy that will impact U.S. policy in the region.

On June 13, five conservative members of Congress sent letters to the Inspectors General of five federal departments.  The letters, based on credible reports of Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of the U.S. government during the Bush (2nd term) and Obama administrations, inquired about the efforts the government was making to get to the bottom of the controversy.

The letters were met with silence until last week, when John McCain threw a hissy fit on the floor of the United States Senate over one aspect of the controversy.  In so doing, Sen McCain called the questions "nonspecific and unsubstantiated," a claim directly contradicted by the text of the original letter.  Shortly after Sen. McCain's hissy fit, House Speaker John Bohener followed suit.

(Author's note: You can see the original letters here; this 16-page letter from Congresswoman Bachmann alone outlines the controversy)

This controversy offers a unique opportunity to set the historical record straight about communist subversion in the 1940's and 50's.  In the 1940's and 50's, the Roosevelt and Truman administrations were infested with Soviet agents; Alger Hiss being the most prominent.  Strong circumstantial evidence suggests something similar with the Muslim Brotherhood today.  We need to get to the bottom of this controversy.  No hissy fit from John McCain or John Bohener will stop us.

We voted for Michelle Bachmann in the Presidential Primary and we re-affirm our vote today.  We stand unapologetically and unconditionally with the five conservative Congressmen calling for these investigations.  We urge our readers to contact their Congressmen and support the five conservatives.

Contact Speaker John Bohener here.

Contact John McCain here.

Contact your own Congressman here.

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