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Turtle and the Scorpion

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Submitted by marci (United States), Sep 5, 2007 at 14:48

Like the scorpion, seemingly harmless Moslems will convince we turtles that these so-called charter schools will not turn into madrassas. But Moslems are slaves to their religion (remember Islam means "surrender") and they cower before their mullah and imam masters. Like the scorpion, they will not be able to help themselves and will turn these taxpayer funded public schools into rabid Jew-hating, anti-Western brainwashing machines.

Why? Because they are scorpions.

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