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Old 04-24-2013, 07:49 AM
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Its true that we can not blame all Muslims for what some Muslims do. But when Muslims do much more bombing and attacks on Americans than other groups, why not target Muslims? Can we lump all immigrants together? Which does the reasoning mind fear more,1000 Muslims or 1000 Hispanics? I don't advocate allowing in any mass immigrants as we cant afford to do it. But out of the 1000 Hispanics how many are bombers? Out of 1000 Muslims how many are bombers? To deny that Muslims represent more of a threat is to deny the threat at all.

This is where the left has planted itself. Deny that Muslims are any threat. Profiling works because Muslims are where a large portion of immigrant threat lays. Why does the left deny this while at the same time blaming right wing groups for the most thin of evidence? I think the answer is obvious. Immigrants vote democrat because they are given things.
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