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July 18th, 2011
07:13 PM ET

Herman Cain against proposed mosque?

CNN's Joe Johns reports on Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain's recent claims about Muslims and mosques.

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Filed under: 2012 election • Herman Cain • Joe Johns
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  1. faboge

    This is classic republican scapegoating! Obama does not say he hates Muslims but look at how many Alqaeda members he has smoked; including the one and only Osama! Republicans are a joke. Their intolerance level is quite similar to the Talibans!

    October 10, 2011 at 4:01 pm |
  2. rs1201

    No to mosque and no to muslims...just go away. I've been watching on the military channel documentaries remembering the slaughter and the nightmare of 9/11...and I don't want to hear nor see another muslim around me for a very long time...I feel intense hatred for these people and I'm no redneck. I'm a highly educated white woman who works with other highly educated Americans...who also feel exactly as I do about muslims.

    August 31, 2011 at 8:42 pm |
  3. Marilyn Smith

    The United States Constitution was written in all practicality. Hence, all nations under God in America has the right to use the constitution to defend them where inequality might exist. The First Ammendment in The Bill of Rights constituties that Muslims and other nations of people has the right to practice their religion. And yet, the 14th Ammendment gives any and all who [naturalized citizens] qualifies the right to purchase land to do so in the United States. However, not all Muslims intend to cause harm to another.

    July 19, 2011 at 12:30 am |

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