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Countering CAIR's Influence

Reader comment on item: CAIR's Assault on Paul Harvey

Submitted by m. Bean (United States), Dec 24, 2003 at 10:46

How can we, as honest Americans who want to protect sacred institutions, counteract the influence of CAIR? Is there a PAC or other lobby that responds to specific incidents of intimidation such as what happened to Paul Harvey? If I hear one more time in the news that the aggessive, non-plural actions of CAIR is threatening some person or institution, I would like an alternative to shrugging and getting mad.

Ultimately, I would like to see what a patriot's group (sans firearms) which would offset what I consider to be a gross violation of fair American ideals. And yes, I am willing to actually put in some work to achieve this end. I'd engage in letter-writing campaigns, phone-call crusades (actually my most preferred and, imo, effective method), tea-dumping parties, even picketing CAIR offices.

Let them see me. I am not afraid of supporting my country. If I had my own group to support me, I'd be there to support them too. Where do i go to start? How can I help?

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