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Race Cards

uwcharlie Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 7:33 AM
There was a certain amount of prejudice when U.S. citizens of Japanese descent were put in camps after Pearl Harbor. However, this great country had just been attacked by a foreign power (Japan) and thousands of Americans killed, with more thousands yet to be killed. A president like Roosevelt would have had to be insane to ignore the immediate and possible threat of Japanese Americans after Pearl Harbor. It was a very bad time in the U.S., and the decision to intern Japanese was wrong but at the time, it made sense. Wars cause bad decisions. Roosevelt would have been a fool after Pearl Harbor to say the internment was "racist". And, at least, this country finally did apologize. Yes, there was "war hysteria after Pearl Harbor.
jkash1776 Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 2:14 AM
As a matter of fact, compare the lunacy of the Japanese Internment camps and the misguided but well intended notion to keep us safe..with OBama's policy to say that there is NO terrorism and that the term Islam and Muslim may not ever be used when describing someone of that ilk who has perpetrated a terrorist act.
Japanese AMericans did little to earn the distrust, while 85% of mosques we've been informed by ASSIMILATED Muslims (only about 15%) are basically just fomenting hatred of America.
Do you want to chime in on THAT Steve, you know a little CURRENT EVENTS as opposed to your revised drivel?
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