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I think "rational persons" are in very short supply. RE: past U.S. election ...

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Submitted by kman (United States), Jan 12, 2009 at 19:32

I don't think rational people have any argument aginst what you have said. That has been evident for a long time.

Trying to get the Arabic/Islamic countries to buy into logical thought patterns has been a problem since Muhammad started his little movement about sixteen hundred years ago.

Find a way to implant "rational thought" into Islam and you will have the beginnings of settling the ongoing Middle East crisis.

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