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Muslims can't drive Gasahol fueled cars!

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Submitted by Dan Bullard (United States), Oct 16, 2006 at 20:45

'Tis the season when alcohol is blended with gasoline to oxygenate it (instead of MTBE of years past) to reduce airborne pollution. Nearly all fuel in America will soon contain up to 10% alcohol, making a 10 gallon tank carry a gallon of alcohol. How do the Islamist cab drivers in Minneapolis react to this fact? I think their tanks should be checked, and if there is any alcohol their cabs should be seized.

I used to be against the E85 movement (using food to fuel cars when people are staving) but now I say, bring it on, so every Islamist will have to walk.

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