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in response to reader comment: Is this true information about the Muslims ? or is it a conspiracy ?

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 3, 2006 at 15:32

I checked out that website: wehategringos.com
Geez! I had no clue. I obviously don't live in California or I would have. What the heck is wrong with people? They really think they own part of the U.S.? That's just nuts. They must be smokin' some of their own chibba. I voted on their site and was happy to see that by far everyone agreed to vote out congressmen who don't take care of the problem. I'm glad to see that real Americans are still civilized and hold to our democratic values-- not to say we're candyasses either. We will never forget our constitutional right to bear arms. Many of us are legal gun owners and, luckily, haven't let liberals like Rosie O'Donnell convince us that we should disarm. But, of course, 'Diplomacy first'. I believe a wall may sound too expensive to some, but would be well worth the return on the investment. And why is it that we will have the borders secure in Iraq by summertime (by the Iraqi forces too) but we can't secure our border? One little sidenote, my son works at an autobody and paint shop with two illegal aliens. The owner takes out 'taxes and social security' from their checks and pockets it. I have thought they should be turned in, but kind of felt bad for them.

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