Is it safe to say "The Muslims acted stupidly"

bucs90

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Im following Obamas lead. When he didnt like what one cops did he said "police acted stupidly" to the world. Not that one cop. Just "the police" as a whole I suppose as his words sounded.


So....I suppose all we can say is "Muslims acted stupidly". Shame on Muslims.
 
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Not to obama. It was a rational and expected reaction to the crusades of 800 years ago.
 

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sigh...you are not telling the truth Bucs

Obama said
''That the police WHO ARRESTED the Professor, acted stupidly....''

regarding the Cambridge incident and quite frankly, they, the police who arrested him for being in his own home and getting upset with the macho man cop for asking him for ID that is NOT REQUIRED by law, did act stupidly imo.

CLEARLY, the president in no way called out ALL Policemen as being stupid or acting stupidly....

That should end this thread right now, because your contention is built on a lie.
 

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Obama acted stupidly. Fuck him and his section eight peoples.
 
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sigh...you are not telling the truth Bucs

Obama said
''That the police WHO ARRESTED the Professor, acted stupidly....''

regarding the Cambridge incident and quite frankly, they, the police who arrested him for being in his own home and getting upset with the macho man cop for asking him for ID that is NOT REQUIRED by law, did act stupidly imo.

CLEARLY, the president in no way called out ALL Policemen as being stupid or acting stupidly....

That should end this thread right now, because your contention is built on a lie.
Actually according to supreme court ruling Terry v. Ohio if a cop has "reasonable suspicion" that you MIGHT be involved in wrongdoing you must show positive ID. He was suspected of being a burglar. He needed to ID self.
 

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