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Are we going to be 'dared' into destruction?

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: Obama the Operator

Submitted by Beth (United States), Mar 16, 2008 at 12:34

Equal Opportunity YES! Affirmative Action NO! We do not have to allow a person affiliated with Terrorists groups the chance to run for President of the United States! To suggest that we should is just ludicrous!

Muslims, as a whole, have made it perfectly clear that America and all it stands for, should be wiped off the face of the planet. So, should we allow anyone with that background a chance to destroy us?

Affirmative action.... so if you have a brain tumor... you will pick your physician because of his race, color, or religious belief to support affirmative action?? Well, you are a better person than I am.. I'm going to choose the person BEST for the job! ANYONE...and I mean ANYONE, with connections to terrorist groups, or suspicion of connection to a terrorist organization as powerful as they are should NEVER be considered for President. Not for affirmative action or any other reason. And unlike a physician, the President would be in a position to murder millions of people.

Do not let goading and daring put us on a path of destruction!


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