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Submitted by lippy (United States), Jun 26, 2013 at 09:43

So out of 32 of the most wanted terrorists only 2 are non-Muslim and he claims that this is racism? McDermott is a moron. besides, the list of 16 that the ad talks about are the "MOST WANTED", and guess what? they are ALL Muslim. perhaps in order to avoid all this PC from lunatics like McDermott is to place ads showing all 32 wanted terrorists. Then there can be no calls of racism.

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