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Submitted by Rick Donaldson (United States), Aug 24, 2006 at 12:15

People who THINK that profiling is racist are simply uninformed, ignorant people who will never understand the need to stop criminals and terrorists from accomplishing their mission. Until one of their own family is killed by a terrorist. Even then they will most likely say "It's all America's fault".

Therein lies the ignorance. Those who commit crimes and terrorism want you to remain ignorant, Bryan Alawi....

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