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Reader comment on item: CAIR's Twisted Stand on Academic Freedom

Submitted by Alyn Pinkofsky (United States), Sep 6, 2006 at 15:31

It seems that the people who should be inmates are trying to run our asylum. Using our democratic society against us. There are times when these values have to be suspended to protect our rights, our society and or livelyhood. I do trust in our governmental bodies to take this as far as it has to to route out the hidden agendas and forked tongued fascists.

The longer we are divided by political rhetoric, the sooner our demise. We must put our political differences aside and fight the real enemy both within our country and outside.

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