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Reader comment on item: Should airport security procedures include ethnic and religious profiling?
in response to reader comment: This is ridiculous!

Submitted by JudeoChrist (Canada), Dec 3, 2006 at 02:51

Yes, America is a great nation and protects its people no matter what race or color, but those were the days until 3000 innocent Americans were killed by people calling themselves "Moslems" who took advantage of America's great traditions and democracy. These same fanatics and mass murderers (Moslems)have threatened to use nuclear weapons on American cities, not to forget the terrorists acts committed all over the world by them. Your comparison of ethnic profiling of moslems to Oklahoma city and Abortion clinics belies common sense and needs no elaboration here. Lastly, I am glad that your 2 year old son was checked from head to toe as your fellow Islamists are well known for strapping bombs on toddlers and children to achieve their sadistic and evil ends.

P.S Well, according to you this ethnic and religious profiling is "Ridiculous" So then what would you say about the act of flying planes into buildings and killing 3000 innocent people???? As sure as you are being vocal about this issue did you ever protest or speak up in public against the atrocities committed by your fellow Islamists to protect your "Fellow Americans"????


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