Time to Start Profiling Muslims Instead of Christians

Written by Rick David on April 22, 2013

Will there be more bombings? Probably, yes. Obama has seen fit to flood our country with Muslim immigrants. Why would he do this? Perhaps his plan is to create more chaos so that Americans will want a police state. Or, maybe he just loves Muslims. We all know how fondly he feels about people who cling to their guns and religion. The media will continue to distract people from the real dangers. CNN will remind us that we can’t blame any group for extremists, unless, of course, it’s Christians or right wingers.

We will be safer when we begin profiling Muslims. I am not advocating for the suspension of anyone’s civil rights. Our country was founded upon freedom of religion. People should be allowed to worship according to the dictates of their faith, so long as that faith does not advocate violence toward Americans.

Our forefathers were not suicidal. They would never have permitted our land to be overrun by jihadists. Muslims should be allowed to worship here, but when a preacher advocates “death to the infidel” or a person has a YouTube playlist populated with jihad preaching, those people should be arrested and or deported. We should be looking for those sorts among the Muslim community, because that is where it is coming from.

As one person has so aptly stated, not all Muslims are terrorists, but almost all terrorists are Muslims.

Furthermore, we should not allow immigration from Muslim countries unless the applicants are Christians or Jews seeking asylum. These measures would have prevented the Marathon bombings. Background checks for guns would not have stopped the Sandy Hook shootings, yet liberals are all for it. They are willing to infringe the rights of millions of law abiding Americans for a useless feel good approach, but will they favor background checks for jihadists? Probably not. I’m waiting for the fatwa.

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Rick David retired from a career in business in 2011. His experience includes service in the USAF, in medical sales and in operations for an educational testing company. He has a passion for and has been actively engaged in conservative issue advocacy and campaigning for over 30 years. He currently resides in North Liberty, Iowa where he also served as a church pastor with his wife of 43 years and travels extensively volunteering in lay ministry.