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Agreed, but a step further....

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Submitted by John Grenier (United States), Apr 22, 2013 at 09:33

I agree, but I think the bigger issue is the premise of Islam and of an Islamic "state". How do we prevent Islamist s from residing in the USA. Islam by it's nature and ultimate goal is at odds with our constitution. For too long we have been complacent and have allowed Islamist to permeate or society. The real question is how do we coexist with people who's religion teaches them all those who do not convert are infidels. Can we coexist in a free and open society with people who's ideals that seek our destruction?

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