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Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for saying we shouldn't blame all Muslims

Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for saying we shouldn't blame all Muslims

Did Ron Paul blow his chances as Republican leader at the CNN Republican presidential debate?

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Juniper Juniper (2223 days ago)
You have to wonder how anyone with a lick of sense even manages to get up and there and place themselves alongside complete and utter douchbags like Santorum and Bachman.
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You have to wonder how anyone with a lick of sense even manages to get up and there and place themselves alongside complete and utter douchbags like Santorum and Bachman.
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Guest: kidder23 (2223 days ago)
NotJoshnYa show me one video of any bishop,vicar or priest shouting out anything from the book of joshua!Yet we can show you millions of videos of muslims spouting out all forms of violent verses from the koran!The point you're missing is christianity has updated itself to keep up with modern times,whereas islam is exactly the same as it was in 600ad when mohammed the mentally deranged paedophile warlord created his cult.
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NotJoshnYa show me one video of any bishop,vicar or priest shouting out anything from the book of joshua!Yet we can show you millions of videos of muslims spouting out all forms of violent verses from the koran!The point you're missing is christianity has updated itself to keep up with modern times,whereas islam is exactly the same as it was in 600ad when mohammed the mentally deranged paedophile warlord created his cult.
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London1 London1 (2223 days ago)
On the whole, the American people are thick as shit! Someone with on iota of intelligence comes along, they don't understand as it challenges their perception of their nation so they boo him. F*cking idiots!
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On the whole, the American people are thick as shit! Someone with on iota of intelligence comes along, they don't understand as it challenges their perception of their nation so they boo him. F*cking idiots!
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Guest: (2224 days ago)
"Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for saying we shouldn't blame all Muslims" Er, no they didn't.
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"Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for saying we shouldn't blame all Muslims" Er, no they didn't.
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BoreMeEditor BoreMeEditor (2224 days ago)
Well spotted. The title actually came from YouTube and I should have noticed that it was inaccurate before using it. The title could be "Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for explaining al Qaeda's motives behind 9/11". Another interpretation could be "Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for saying Americans are to blame for 9/11". I won't change the title because your comment would then make no sense.
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Well spotted. The title actually came from YouTube and I should have noticed that it was inaccurate before using it. The title could be "Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for explaining al Qaeda's motives behind 9/11". Another interpretation could be "Tea Party crowd boo Ron Paul for saying Americans are to blame for 9/11". I won't change the title because your comment would then make no sense.
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Juniper Juniper (2223 days ago)
But they did boo him when he said that the whole Muslim world wasn't responsible. There is no problem with that title. They went on to boo him further when he explained the motives.
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But they did boo him when he said that the whole Muslim world wasn't responsible. There is no problem with that title. They went on to boo him further when he explained the motives.
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Guest: Bushisamurderer (2224 days ago)
A rare moment of Ron Paul making sense. No wonder the tea party/GOP faithful are booing as they will never agree with anyone presenting a cogent argument that undermines Christian scripture, which quite clearly states that southern baptist white folk have supremacy. Ron Paul quite rightly points out that Al Qaida attacks, ostensibly, for a reason: one of which is foreign occupation of their land. If you stop the occupation - remove the cause - then the attacks stop. Even if you boo this logic, it will still works.
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A rare moment of Ron Paul making sense. No wonder the tea party/GOP faithful are booing as they will never agree with anyone presenting a cogent argument that undermines Christian scripture, which quite clearly states that southern baptist white folk have supremacy. Ron Paul quite rightly points out that Al Qaida attacks, ostensibly, for a reason: one of which is foreign occupation of their land. If you stop the occupation - remove the cause - then the attacks stop. Even if you boo this logic, it will still works.
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Guest: bb (2224 days ago)
the attacks would not stop. Violence is part of islamic culture and faith. The koran not only allows them to use violence, but TELLS them to use violence, to deceive, even to kill in order to spread their ideals.
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the attacks would not stop. Violence is part of islamic culture and faith. The koran not only allows them to use violence, but TELLS them to use violence, to deceive, even to kill in order to spread their ideals.
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Guest: NotJoshnYa (2224 days ago)
Try reading the book of Joshua, and then decide whether it's just the Koran that gives instruction in the use of violence, deception, and killing unto genocide for exactly the same reason.
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Try reading the book of Joshua, and then decide whether it's just the Koran that gives instruction in the use of violence, deception, and killing unto genocide for exactly the same reason.
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Guest: bb (2223 days ago)
I never claimed it was solely the Koran that promotes violence. I am an athiest, and have no reason to defend christianity.
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I never claimed it was solely the Koran that promotes violence. I am an athiest, and have no reason to defend christianity.
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Guest: greenman (2223 days ago)
Latest comment: At the end of the day Al Qaida, the Taliban the Jihadists and all other muslim extremists are fighting a religious war in their heads so dont be fooled into thinking that if America removed its military bases from around the world that these religious militant extremists will disappear. If anything it would probably bring them more out in the open.
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Latest comment: At the end of the day Al Qaida, the Taliban the Jihadists and all other muslim extremists are fighting a religious war in their heads so dont be fooled into thinking that if America removed its military bases from around the world that these religious militant extremists will disappear. If anything it would probably bring them more out in the open.
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