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 Why should we let Iraquis into the U.S.? (11)

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Why should we let Iraquis into the U.S.?


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We should only take the good Iraquis ;)

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Because they are very religious people! They believe in Allah (The Muslim name for the same "god" as the Christian one). They just disagree that Jesus was a "son", rather than a "prophet" ... (sort of a "White House Advisor that lives by a different "rule book"). I'm sure that "GOD (ALLAH), will protect us! He's done a great job of it so far ... hasn't HE?? ;-)

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Exactly! They are very religious people and our religious people may kill them. We are doing them a favor by keeping them out ;)

AlofRI(3263) Clarified
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Allah will protect HIS BELIEVERS! GOD will protect HIS BELIEVERS! Nobody will be killed because BOTH GODS are great and they love their followers! Don't you BELIEVE!? ANYTHING!? SHEESH! SINNER! ;-()

outlaw60(15375) Disputed
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You hold a love for Muslims AL of Road Island but would you like to vacation in Iraq ?

AlofRI(3263) Clarified
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Actually I don't hold any more love for Muslims than I do for Christians, or Jews, or Hindus, or Germans, or Canadians, etc. etc.. In like manner, I have equal dislike for ANY RADICAL Christian, Islamist, Jew, Hindu, German, Canadian, or conservative OR "progressive" (One of your favorites) ;-) etc. etc..

No, I would NOT like a vacation in Iraq or even some of King Donald's NOT BANNED countries, like Saudi Arabia or Egypt ... not even if I could stay in his hotels there.

Signed: AlofRhodeIsland (That's the public school spelling).

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Really the question is would the Progressives that hold such love for Muslims care to vacation in Iraq !

AlofRI(3263) Clarified
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Really, the answer is , you'd have to ask THEM. We do things the democratic (progressive) way ... freedom of individual opinion.