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Submitted by Beth (United States), Jan 25, 2011 at 11:24

Amazing how it is against the law to 'profile' or to 'discriminate'

We are not allowed to say that muslims are murderers, but they are allowed repeatedly to discriminate against the blind. They are allowed to call someone's service dog filthy.

Don't operate a cab, own a convience store, restaurant or a public facility. Work somewhere that you don't have to deal with the public. Then your religion won't be offended and you won't offend the rights of others.

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