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Michael Savage dislikes CAIR.

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in response to reader comment: You are quite correct

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Jun 8, 2007 at 03:22

I was wondering, if I'm not mistaken with the information I have on hand, why Savage does not help eliminate the terrorist organization CAIR.

Two days ago, when taking my baby to school, a friend of his, didn't take the name (I was driving), was almost screaming, extremely outraged by how CAIR has been manipulating congress towards two things:

1. A Lot of American Tax Payers money to fund, keep and create new mosques.

2. CAIR manipulating with strategy, blackmailing and financial power the congress at a point that congressmen no more find strength to go against CAIR.

3. the difference, despite of what happens in Europe, when tax money goes to Muslims:

In Europe they blocked several channels of financing Islam, after they verified they were financing Hamas; whereas, in the US, there is no aim to verify.

... Anyway, I like the bad propaganda going on there against these Muslims. Yet, some moderate muslims appear there, claiming assimilated already, however, the 1 million dollars question remains: If they are so cool and "hot", why they do not combat radical islam? Al Taqyia again?


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