There is a difference, Mr. President, between Christian extremism and Muslim extremism.
Christian extremism was in the 1400s.
Muslim extremism was Wednesday.
One is a dark era in the history books, the other is a threat to modernity as we know it.
At the National Prayer Breakfast yesterday, after bowing to the Dalai Lama, President Obama – apologist in chief for Islam – talked about protecting the reputation of the Muslim world. Then he minimized the evil of militant Islam by bringing up the Spanish Inquisition and even Jim Crow, citing them as counterbalancing examples of Christian terrorism.
In his mind, there is some sort of moral equivalence, as if he wants to tell the American people that folks who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.