The truth is called islamophobic

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  1. El_Guero

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    Virgil Goode for president 2008.
     
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    Yeah, right after they apologize. It will take several years just to compile the list of Islamoatrocities.
     
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    Unfortunately, no proposed immigration law would have impacted the election of a native-born American such as Ellison, nor his choice of the Quran.

    So let's pick some of the very valid reasons for immigration reform to support.
     
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    That would be a great thread.

    This thread is about PC gone a muck . . . and telling the truth not being valued.

    Start pickin'!
     
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    I like that!

     
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    "Goode spokesman Linwood Duncan said that no apology was forthcoming. "The only statement the congressman has is that he stands by the letter," Duncan said.":applause:
     
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    Mr Goode has got to be better than those in the news media who are running or thinking of running.
     
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    Wanting to place restrictions on the basis of religion is bigoted and, in this particular instance, Islamphobic.
     
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    Well, "Islamophobic" just sounds so....PC....next thing the MSM will be saying is that being Islam is genetic.

    PC not run amok enough for you? Times intro biography caption:

    <link edited (posted link has links to objectionable sites) LE>

    Must be the inverse of "Islamophobia". God help us all.
     
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    He sure would get my vote.
     
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    My apologies. I thought it related to the OP link.
     
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    Amen!

    Ya' know . . . it is funny when the truth is labeled bigotry . . . it is funny as in odd . . . but, in a day and time when it is Islam-o-phobic to ask people to be thankful to Jesus on the day we commemorate His birth - I expect that I will be called a bigot for speaking the truth in love.

    Jesus is THE ONLY way to spend eternity in Heaven with the Father. And to not ask people to commemorate the birth of Our Lord and Savior is a much greater bigotry. That bigotry will lead people to Hell instead of to Heaven.

    Which judge will I let call me a bigot? God? Or my fellow man?

    God always wins. And those that do not accept Him as the God that He is will spend eternity in Hell - I just pray that I have not been so prejudiced as to think that just because someone worships the false god of Islam that they deserve Hell. I pray that I do not condemn them to eternity in Hell because I think they have earned Hell. I pray that I can challenge each and every Muslim in this world to embrace the truth - and that truth includes the fact that Muslims have targeted the USA for a religious takeover.

    And if our immigration laws are not changed - the aggressor in Revelation from the north could very easily be the USA. That is one war that I do not want my boys and girls fighting.

    We need to lower the number of people that we allow to immigrate from muslim (terrorist sympathizing countries) until we can find a manner to determine if they can be loyal citizens.

    IMHO.



     
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    Do the numbrs verify that immigrants of Islamic faith, and/or from predominantly Islamic countries, have a greater probability of committing violent/terroristic actions? If yes, restricting such immigration is logical.

    If the circumstance of restricting immigration by religion is unacceptable, consider that such categorizing and probabilities are used in determining insurance risks, "affirmative action," and the awarding of civil damages... males must pay more for the same life insurance benefits because we have shorter longevities (more likely to croak younger), but women do not pay more for the same health and disability benefits even though statistics show they miss more days of work by illness or family situations; white males can be legally discriminated against because of of institutionalized policies of generations past; and in a claims adjuster class I was once in we learned that a jury is likely to award a woman who has had her face disfigured in an accident at least 3 1/2 times as much as man comparably injured. With all this legal junk, why is it supposed to be "wrong" to restrict immigration on the basis of a religion in which followers thereof have a greater probability of committing terrorist acts?
     
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    Would that apply equally to Irish Catholics and Protestants? Or Basque Catholics?
     
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    Are they committing the majority of terrorism attacks in the world? If they are, then it should be applied equally.

    Fact: Not all Muslims are terrorists but the majority of terrorist attacks committed on this planet are committed by muslims.

    http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
     
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    Perspective?

    An honest and truthful perspective - like God would expect from everyone (thou shalt not lie)?

    Or, the perspective of the enemy preparing the world for take over - like most muslims would endorse (actively or passively)?
     

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