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in response to reader comment: Obama Bans use of "Islamic extremism " and "jihad"

Submitted by ivy (United States), Nov 4, 2010 at 01:39

the president of the united states bans the words islamic extremisim and jihad, why would you ban words that are real things? islamic extremism real, jihad,real, you not saying these words seems cowardly and just shows your refusal to deal with terrorism in a strong way, oh can we not say terrorism now, we wonder why you woud ban these words, no free speech, anymore ,and you cause hate between people in our own country turning americans against each other sounds like your'e an extremist, banning those words is insane looks bad for america

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