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On this day in 1918 the war we know as World War One came to an end. At that time it was called the “War to End All Wars.” Since then the fighting men and women of our military have gone into harms way in at least five other wars, and are in fact fighting one of those wars now. Those who have been called to lay their lives on the line in defense of our nation and its Constitution deserve our undying gratitude and thanks.

One of the awesome things about our nation is that so many of our fellow citizens do understand the debt we owe these patriots. This understanding on the part of the citizenry makes completely incomprehensible,  the fact that our government allows our enemies to serve in the  military.

Think about this for a minute. We are fighting a war against radical Islamic terrorists, yet our government seems to have no problem with these same radical Islamists serving in our military.

Folks, I am not saying that every faithful Muslim is a radical terrorist. What I am saying is that given the makeup of our enemy, we should be giving those Muslims’s who choose military service very close and careful scrutiny. Those who show signs of radicalism, such as perhaps worshiping at a mosque led by a radical cleric, should be immediately discharged. Discharge them honorably, but discharge them.

Had we had such a policy in place two weeks ago, the events of last week might have been prevented.


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