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TO THE BACK OF THE LINE...

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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Oct 11, 2006 at 12:10

Sue...the cab company,the individual operator, the city,the concession at the airport. The Mohammedians respect no laws of the majority population. These individuals represent the crux of the lawlessness that the Mohammedians promote as a political tactic. There is no compromise possible. Get out of the taxi business if you can't do the job. Why do we waste our time discussing non problems. They are licensed by some authority , appointed or elected to serve ALL the people. Why all the angst?revoke their license,fine them,fire them, charge them with unlawful discrimination, or ship them back to where they came from. Or have the Minnesotians become so intimidated by the Mohammedians that they no longer feel that the rule of law is sufficient top protect them from Mohammedians. These people are like immature children testing the limits of their crib. if they can intimidate their way to shriia laws locally, then why not nationally..?

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