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Submitted by gary fouse (United States), Aug 21, 2007 at 22:54

I don't disagree with you. We certainly should take a closer look at who we allow to immigrate. If they won't assimilate, or they are not compatible with a tolerant, pluralistic society, we should not let them in. But we did. Now we have a generation of American-born Muslims who we can't just kick out because they agitate. As for the foreign extremists who are preaching hate, absoltely-they should go.

Whatever happened to the term "undesireable aliens"?

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