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Stop political correctness!

Reader comment on item: [Hasan Akbar and] Murder in the 101st Airborne

Submitted by Joel M. Weiner (United States), Mar 26, 2003 at 02:43

You are right on target and absolutely correct!
Our government must stop its foolish, near-sighted, and dangerous political correctness, once and for all! Instead of making excuses and ignoring all these cases of Islamic violence, we should scrutinize or investigate all Moslems in our military, security, political, technical and high-profile positions!
We should have been doing this way before the horrendous 9/11 attacks on America, killing 3,000 innocent people! Have we forgotten the first Arab-Moslem attack on the World Trade Center in 1993 already? How about the attack on the U.S. Marine barracks in Lebanon in 1983, killing 241 U.S. servicemen? There have been countless other attacks on Americans, both in the U.S., and in foreign lands by the militant Islamists which hardly get mentioned. We are in very trying and dangerous times now. It is time to be vigilant and steadfast in finding and prosecuting these murderers and potential murderers!



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