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Typical liberal spin

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Submitted by David Goldfarb (United States), Jan 14, 2004 at 12:00

The letter from Elisabeth Arnold & Elsebeth Nielsen, members of the Daniish Parliment is typical spin of Liberal politicians.

They argue that the reason for the high percentages immigrant Muslims on welfare is the difficulty of them finding jobs in Denmark. Then at the end of their letter they claim more Muslim immigrants are needed to fill the job market.

Seems to me they are just bringing in more Muslims to put on welfare. If there are jobs and they don't work, then they come for welfare, not jobs.

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