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Reader comment on item: Don't Bring That Booze into My Taxi

Submitted by E. S. (Canada), Oct 11, 2006 at 23:48

MSP: What next? Will taxi passengers have to wait in the back seat while Mohammed stops to pray on his mat by the side of the road? Daniel Pipes has a clear message, and you would be wise to heed his advice. The free-spirited eagle is your national symbol: not some fictitious prophet, aping the Torah, wielding the sword, and flying to heaven on a horse to bang seventy two virgins............. who's daughters are they, anyway? Take a look at "Eurabia", and your warring enemies, before you go down the path of appeasement to these backward, developmentally arrested, fools. The majority of the world's Muslims are xenophobic, ethnocentric (though they do love to kill each other), violent, prejudiced, duplicitous, arrogant, lying, swine. They are a fifth column, and a threat. If those taxi drivers don't want to pick up a fare, let them go back to the parking lot, or back to some Islamic country. If they don't like the open society that we have cultivated in North America, they can depart.


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