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RED ALERT
06-07-2009, 07:18 PM
One outcome of the apology tour as put forth by Attorney General Eric Holder.



Statement of Attorney General Eric Holder on Department of Justice’s Outreach and Enforcement Efforts to Protect American Muslims

Thursday, June 4, 2009
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder released the following statement relating to President Obama’s historic speech today in Cairo, Egypt:

"The President's pledge for a new beginning between the United States and the Muslim community takes root here in the Justice Department where we are committed to using criminal and civil rights laws to protect Muslim Americans. A top priority of this Justice Department is a return to robust civil rights enforcement and outreach in defending religious freedoms and other fundamental rights of all of our fellow citizens in the workplace, in the housing market, in our schools and in the voting booth.

"There are those who will continue to want to divide by fear - to pit our national security against our civil liberties - but that is a false choice. We have a solemn responsibility to protect our people while we also protect our principles."
Meanwhile while Muslims are given special consideration, back at the Homeland Security Dept., veterans and tax protesters are put on a "watch list"

MIJI
06-07-2009, 07:37 PM
[W]hile Muslims are given special consideration, back at the Homeland Security Dept., veterans and tax protesters are put on a "watch list"

It's a jobs program. Each worthless Muslim illegal alien will have a Justice Dept. employee with them 24 hrs. a day to ensure their terrorist acts don't become impeded by some veteran defending the homeland. Wait. We're out of money. It's just words...like the middle class tax cut or his Christian faith (when was the last time Mr. Obama went to church?) or...well, anything he says. Listen and smile. Don't worry about the facts.

D.B.S
06-07-2009, 07:43 PM
We should have kicked them out of the country after 9/11. Now we got one for pres.