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Why muslims and not nudists?

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Submitted by victor (Italy), Feb 20, 2007 at 11:07

Paying taxes does not grant anybody the right to claim whatever goes against the law and principles of a liberal Constitution. For sure that members of a racist party also pay taxes, should them therefore be awarded with a special timetable in which blacks, chinese or arabs are banned? Would not be more logical to allow this privilege to nudists (naturism is a characteristic Western product) rather than to members of an alien culture?

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