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Bowing to the Bad Guys by Elwood McQuaid

Bowing to the Bad Guys

by Elwood McQuaid

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Recent rhetorical gyrating over what should or should not be exposed about the demise of archterrorist Osama bin Laden is an example of a seeming obsession with not offending Islamists because it may enflame their anger toward America. The intensity of their fanaticism can hardly be cooled by our condescending excursions into self-effacing acts that must appear to them as an apology and manifestation of weakness. A deplorable condition has crept into our society that tolerates, or openly repudiates, the faith upon which this nation was brought into being. Our government treats the Qur'an with kids gloves but burns the Bible. It bows to Islamist terrorists for fear of reprisals but ignores Christians because we obviously do not riot in the streets, burn down buildings, and otherwise create mayhem.
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