Jake Jones #fundie examiner.com

[Regarding the tragic mass shooting at Ft. Hood]

Just prior to the attack, Hasan shouted "Allahu Akbar" (God is great) before opening fire on defenseless soldiers. And, we are told not to jump to conclusions or rush to judgment over the rampage committed at Ft. Hood. After all, the greater tragedy would be the crumbling of America's idol of tolerance. That said, the question needs to be asked "should Muslims be allowed in the military of the United States"? There seems to be the possibility of "conflict of interest" on the part of Muslim's.

This cowardly assault by a radical Muslim is only the effect, the cause is political correctness! America needs a reality check when it comes to political correctness. Whether it is in Congress, a state, our communities or eve in our own homes, Islam is not necessarily the peaceful religion that 'they' portray it.

There are those who say (including George W. Bush) that Islam and Christianity worship the same God. We do not, and by doing so and saying so, we have taken a step backward from the REAL GOD! Are we willing to sell our birthright as Americans so we can be just as sophisticated and enlightened as the Socialistic and soon to be 'Muslim' European nations. Are we willing to tell our children "this is what you get because we needed to be more politically correct when it came to other religions"?

Radical Islam has no scruples, no guilt, and no remorse for their actions. Mostly because they (Radical Islam) falsely justify and interpret the writings of the violence of Mohamed, who wrote a book called the Koran centuries after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

It's time to get off the pot and stop taking a back seat in order to be politically correct. We need to call things what they are in America. If they are terror, lets call them terror. Let destroy the "idol of tolerance".



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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