civilians have no way of distinguishing if a Muslim has been radicalized or not. I'm so sick and tired of hearing the "Woe is me, Muslim" rubbish. Americans have been violated enough as it is by radicialized Muslims, there is no way any of us are going to go out of our way to help Muslims feel comfortable. There is also an easy solution for them. If they aren't comfortable being around Americans who are weary about them, they can go home. This is our country, we've been violated enough. How about they go out of their way to let us know they're not a threat? That's racist huh? No, it's realistic. Once you understand what it's like as a parent to take your child to daycare at the WTC only to have a Muslim moron fly a plane into the building and murder your child don't tell Americans to be more tolerant of Muslims.
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to religion. Granted many Americans are fearful of Muslims and for good reason. We all know not all Muslims are terrorists however most terrorists are Muslims. This is America, this is where we were born and raised, this is our country. Muslim Terrorists have repeatedly many times over senselessly murdered, maimed, and/or seriously injured innocent Americans as well as the countless number of our servicemen and women who have been slaughtered. If a Muslim wants to immigrate to America to America they should realize that Americans are going to be weary of Muslims and recognize that we have a good faith reason for our reservations. We, as Americans, have had Muslims attack and kill our own people. It is not a moral responsibility of ours to go out of our way to make them feel comfortable, it's the other way around. A Muslim immigrating over here needs to be prepared to deal with the hesitations of Americans to trust and feel safe around them, we are at war with them. We as
I agree our focus should be on our future economic situation and our relationship with China more so than the Islamic extremists in the Middle East. @EB America is too racist against who? As it stands now persons of color and minorities in general have many more opportunities and helping hands extended than Caucasians. My parents didn't have money to pay for my college so I worked my way through college in addition to the same grants everyone receives. The grants however weren't enough to even put a dent in the cost and is why I worked. A classmate of mine was able to secure additional scholarships because she was a minority. No one handed me or anyone I know anything because we're Caucasian. Caucasians aren't hired simply because of their skin color. How many times have we heard about potential candidates who are more qualified and have more experience being passed over simply because the company has a ratio to fill for minorities? America is the most tolerant country when it comes
Better worry about non-religious, communist China and north Korea
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America is too racist, religious intolerant, and greedy. Until we correct all three, things will not change.
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