From a "dangerous" viewpoint, I agree that radical Muslims present the biggest threat to the country. We have two new Muslim women in the House and their views already are getting almost daily press setting off negative feedback. Nancy Pelosi has done nothing to rein them in. In fact, she set off her own firestorm when she chose an Iman to give a prayer to open a session.
Christians primarily lead the way to pro-life, anti-abortion issues but I wouldn't particularly call it radical. Much of the religious Jewish religious communities feel the same within similar restrictions as do followers of Islam and Buddhism. None seem to advocate abortion as something that should be able to be performed just on a woman's whim. My own feeling is that the hoopla over Planned Parenthood put the spotlight back on what were fairly reasonable terms. Planned Parenthood's main source of income is abortion. Not wanting to fund abortions through enforced ACA insurance premiums when you are dead set against it is understandable. It became a focus resulting in bills that are unacceptable even to those who chose to remain on the sidelines about it.
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