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Muslim shakedown

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Submitted by Donald W. Bales (United States), Sep 2, 2005 at 13:46

Loud mouths get rewarded even if the shouts are bogus, and the shouters are hypocrites, extorters or anti-U.S.
A remedy would be for the good people to adopt the same procedurers and say "We are going to boycott your products if you do things that are against the interests of the U.S like contribute to its enemies."
I am not sure how this could be organized, but there needs to be a counter to these extorters-not only the radical Muslims, but also Jesse Jackson and his ilk.
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