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Good riddance

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Submitted by Doug Corrigan (United States), Feb 28, 2008 at 09:31

While I hate to agree with anything a moslem suggests, I whole-heartedly agree with the idea that the offensive representations of mohammad should be removed from all governmental buildings, libraries, etc in this country. The religio-political entity of islam offends me personally, and it offends everything the United States of America stands for; so why in the world would we want representations of it adorning our country's buildings? Mohammad was a great law-giver about like Daffy Duck was a great brain surgeon. Get rid of that ...

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