The dangers in having a leader who’s often wrong, but never in doubt.
Imagine an argument for the abolition of slavery based not upon natural law and fundamental human rights, but whether slavery is an effective means of production. Such an abolitionist might say, “Slaves cannot be relied upon to produce all that the country requires.” The subsequent debate would then center around the efficiency of slavery, rather than its morality.
If this savagery is “un-Islamic,” where are the vociferous condemnations from Muslim muftis, clerics and imams worldwide?
There are bad analogies, and then there are bad analogies. Millionaire Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, also known as “Purple Jesus,” would like you to know that he’s a slave, and The Man is holding him down.