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Double Agent

Reader comment on item: Obama & American Muslims: How Different?
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Submitted by Mark D. (United States), Apr 25, 2010 at 21:47

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------ would i be correct in saying that Pres. Bush didn't involve muslims in national security briefings as OBama is doing if i read the NYT article correctly. ----

I can tell you this: If that is true, it begs the question of loyalty and conflict of interest. Recently, the NY Post reported of a Muslim who claimed to be a do-gooder for the FBI, but instead of helping the FBI, he informed the terrorists instead. A double agent.

Mark D.

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