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Khan is a danger to democracy in the U.S.

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in response to reader comment: Ayesha Khan of ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State?

Submitted by Carl (Canada), Dec 4, 2006 at 09:28

Though she presents herself as a caring American citizen assuring her fellow Americans that the evil-portrayed "religious right" will not rule politics in American life, she is through her actions sowing seeds of distrust and discontent and attempting to alienate Americans in their own country. As a Muslim activist her advocacy in this organization is just a veiled attempt at deflecting her true mission; to weaken Christian beliefs in the last great democracy in the world, the United States of America.

People who want to get a broader perspective on the effects of weakening the Christian family in America, should read Mark Steyn's book, America Alone. This book offers insights on how in the not so distant future the world will be made up of two significant powers, America and Islam. Any American who professes to be Christian should not be fighting with his/her Christian brothers and sisters, they should put aside local ideology and focus on the bigger picture, the continuation of a united and strong America. Organizations like Americans for the Separation of Church and State are being used by religious zealots appearing as moderates and using your own democratic tenets to aid their cause by weakening that which opposes their way of life and governance.

Sure, I'm just a Canadian. A country that once had courage and strength but had allowed itself to be seduced to some "socialist" ideal that is causing our country to split at the seams. We are more prepared than ever to allow any other group to virtually take over and instill their belief systems as ours and unfortunately too many Canadians are ready and willing to hold open the door to these types.

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