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Sorry, John. For someone who started so well, you ended with a big FAIL. Let's analyze some of your statements, shall we? "Most Muslims here in the United States, across the Western world and even in more moderate Islamic countries don’t support ISIS or Al-Qaeda. They don’t want Sharia law. They’re not okay with honor killings, rape, slavery, burkas, female circumcision, forced conversion or beheadings." Now contrast that with this: "The ISIS-sympathizing fanatic who thinks he should be able to rape Christian women and who forces his wife to wear a burka isn’t “somewhere out there” to them; he’s sitting in the back row of their mosque on Sunday." So why don't those "most muslims" stand up and tell that fanatic that his views are not welcome in their mosque (on Friday, BTW, not Sunday). Do you think they would be quiet if the fanatic was saying "Jesus is Lord"? Why don't those "most muslims" demand his burka-clad wife go home and not come back until she's garbed in something more appropriate? Do you think they would have a problem preventing a bikini-clad woman from worshipping. Nope, sorry. Either "most muslims" are cowards or they are sympathizers.
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Why Beheading?

Virginia Lady Wrote: Sep 23, 2014 5:12 AM
That's a lot of words to say, "'Cuz Mohammad did it, and he's the perfect example for all mankind." Saudi Arabia (you know, the country with sword on its flag) beheads people All. The. Time. In public, no less. And for real serious stuff, like sorcery. Oh, and roughly half of those executed are foreigners. Sure, I suppose you could argue they have a court system, and they only execute people who have confessed (under torture). But dudes, it's 2014. Oh, wait. In muslim lands, it's still 632, and will be so long as islam exists.
He was just an undocumented White House guest. Mr. President, you have a phone and a pen. Give this poor man legal status and let him come out of the shadows.
Soccer makes for boring viewing. That said, 2 of my 3 boys play soccer. (Middle son's thing is baseball.) Why? I discovered with son #1 that baseball was just too slow for him. He was a kid who needed to move, and he didn't do well sitting on the bench waiting his turn to bat and standing in the field waiting for a ball to come his direction. Soccer players are in motion most of the game -- just what sons 1 and 3 need. Soccer is one of those sports that is fun to play but boring as all get-out for spectators. (Golf is another. Oh, and a lot of Olympic sports are that way too, which is why they are only televised every 4 years.)
Or maybe we could reverse the process. In order to have an abortion, the woman has to convince a jury of twelve peers that the baby deserves the death penalty. If the jury rules that the mother should be allowed to execute the baby, lawyers can appeal the decision to higher and higher courts for years and years. Even if the case isn't overturned on a technicality somewhere along the way, by the time the woman would get the go-ahead from the state to execute her "baby," it would be 18 years old and a voting-age adult.
What part of "a jury" don't you understand?
No, but it is true that the Obama administration changed the accounting procedures.
No, but it is true that the Obama administration changed the accounting procedures.
No, but it is true that the Obama administration changed the accounting procedures.
No, but it is true that the Obama administration changed the accounting procedures.
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