I stumbled across this little ditty over at Wizbang. It is a post about the suspected terrorists rounded up in Lodi a few weeks ago. I say suspected because, unlike some people, I still believe someone is innocent until proved guilty in a court of law.
Anyway, this writer comments:
This is exactly why so many people — myself included — tend to be suspicious of the average Muslim.
The writer then goes on to state:
These people chose in favor of their faith, and against this nation. And I hardly think that this case is an aberration.
Well, if that’s the case then I think these people also chose in favor of their faith and against their nation. Again, I put my question in front of you, what is an average Muslim? Or for that matter, what is your average Evangelical Christian?
I guess the point I am trying to make is that your average Muslim and your average Christian are law abiding American citizens. The people that allegedly perpetrated these acts in Lodi are not your average anything. They are anything but average. I do have one other question though, how come if a Muslim blows something up they are refereed to as a terrorist but if a Christian blows something up they are referred to as just a bomber?
Cross posted and Bring it On
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