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Do Democrats and Muslims want the same for this country?

Reader comment on item: Is CAIR a Terror Group?

Submitted by Dan Nowotarski (United States), Nov 28, 2014 at 18:15

Since becoming President of the United States, President Obama no longer felt a need to completely hide his support for Islam and radical Muslims. The Presidents actions, and statements through the years leads me to understand why his administration hasn't designated the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR etc.. Terrorist organizations. What surprises me is that there wasn't more elected officials speaking out against the threat these groups pose on our country and those abroad.

I believe in the United States many Democrats along with a few Republicans who have supported questionable and radical Muslims and Muslim organizations believe having them in their corner doesn't threaten our way of life, and if push came to shove, (radical Muslims in the U.S.) can be controlled. President Obama's allowing (flooding was one of the words I've seen used) of Muslims entrance into this country from Muslim countries, leads me to believe he is strengthening radical cells here in the United States. I am not going to say all Muslims are radicals, but there is a genocide of Christians and minorities going on around the globe, Muslims being the culprits.

I think the Democrats are playing a dangerous game, I in no way think the direction they want to take this country is the same as the Obama supported Muslim Brotherhood and/or CAIR wants to take this country. My hope is that American citizens will no longer support any elected official; Democrat or Republican who support the Muslim Brotherhood along with all those Muslim organizations under the umbrella of the Muslim Brotherhood, nor any of our elected officials attacking our Bill of Rights, mainly our 1st. and 2nd. Amendments. American's should never willingly give their rights away.


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