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02 February 2007


Brendon Etter

Just a note that the first Muslim elected to Congress is from Minnesota (although he is a Detroit native); also, writing "...U.S. Rep. Virgil Goode complained that the first Muslim elected to Congress from Michigan was the only the beginning of a possible Muslim takeover of American society..." makes it sound like it was the fact that this Muslim rep. is from Michigan (sic) that will lead to the takeover of American society. Goode's remarks were much broader than that; he meant any Muslim elected was just the beginning of the end (in his mind).

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