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The "Timothy McVeigh" comment

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Submitted by Report (United States), Jan 3, 2005 at 12:15

The "Timothy McVeigh" comment by Jon York is abstract, opinionated, non-granular, and inaccurate. Our country does *not* face a major threat from "blue-eyed white Christians" it faces a major and large threat from an Islamist ideology that traces back to hate-based documents and elementary school brainwashing. Jon York attempts to equate apples and oranges and is sorely lacking in the ability to discern, with detail, historical fact, and quantitative measures. The attempt by Jon York to equate threat-group risks is annoying at best.
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