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Keith Ellison's arrogant condescension.

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Submitted by M.D (United States), Feb 17, 2010 at 17:10

This is the Keith Ellison, the ignoramus who proudly demanded Thomas Jefferson's Koran to take the oath of office when he was sworn in as the senator. That Koran was the one which Jefferson read inorder to deal with the menace of Arab Islamic pirates on the US ships on the high seas in the Atlantic Ocean.

What is it that makes such an ignorant guy like Ellison so arrogant that he does not wish to respond to Dr.Pipes' invitation to a debate?

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