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Profiling muslims should be a law, not a debate

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Submitted by paul (United States), Jun 21, 2007 at 00:15

I'm all for profiling all muslims, do enough of it, they will finally get the message and go back to their own country and stay the heck out of the USA.

If this is not done, they will eventually dominate OUR country with their "Islamic Supremacy". Is this what americans want?

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