This was an exclusive article, and in all fairness to those who obtained it, I will simply copy a portion of it here along with the video.
During a private event Sunday with supporters in Bethesda, Maryland, Republican presidential candidate spoke frankly abouthis opposition to a proposed mosque in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Cain said that one Tennessee attorney representing opponents of the mosque told him that the controversial project is being supported by the Muslim Brotherhood.
Cain’s public opposition to the proposed Tennessee mosque, as well as his March statement that he would not be comfortable appointing Muslims to his presidential cabinet, have been criticized by many liberals and also by some Republicans. However, the Atlanta businessman told his Maryland supporters during a question-and-answer session at a private home in suburban Montgomery County, he considers Islam not merely a religion, but also a political system that does not recognize separation of church and state. His remarks were greeted with applause.
About 80 supporters — including aides to two Republican members of the Maryland legislature — attended the Bethesda event. Maryland’s 2012 GOP primary is April 3, and Cain’s visit to the state could be seen as evidence that his campaign is planning a long-term nationwide strategy toward winning the Republican nomination. New party rules for 2012 have ended “winner take all” delegate apportionment in most states, which means that the GOP presidential primary campaign will likely continue well beyond the first round of early voting in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.
Mr. Cain is speaking the truth. Roughly 80% of the content of the Muslim religion is based on the social/political/economic/legal aspects commonly referred to as Sharia law, which is, conceptually speaking, in direct opposition to the Constitution of the United States.
On those points where Sharia law and the U.S. Constitution may be in conflict with each other, believers of the Muslim faith have to make a choice when it comes to prioritizing their loyalties.
Will their first loyalty be to the nation or to the religion?
With what we know about organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood, what does this indicate about what the higher of the two priorities will be?