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Muslims Seek Work?
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
After reading Cal Thomas' article, it's hard to believe that some Britain newspapers are already saying that Muslim, high unemployment rates caused the bombings. If they only had the luxury of jobs to buy houses and cars, the bombing would not have happened. Give a radical a car for a day, and he will bomb you for a day. Give a radical a car for a year, and he will bomb you all year. -- Stanley Truelove Cal Thomas
posted by Stanley Truelove @ 7/12/2005 08:33:00 AM  
2 Comments:
  • At 7/15/2005 02:23:00 PM, Blogger Toad734 said…

    I actually kind of like that quote.

    There's no question poverty is behind a lot of extremism; why do you think they hate America so much? The terrorists have convinced these kids that its Americas fault they are poor. When in reality it's the fault of all the colonial powers of yester year, and the fact that they live in a desert, and the fact that instead of going to school to learn math and science they learn religion.

    Remember that last quote "instead of going to school and learning about Science they learn about God". You see how dangerous that is?

     
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