Racial pro­fil­ing nec­es­sary at air­ports

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - David A. Yaz­dan Brick, New Jer­sey

Re­gard­ing Den­nis Prager’s piece, “Why Keith El­li­son should take his oath on the Bi­ble” (Com­men­tary, Dec. 4 edi­tion), not only is this re­quest ridicu­lous, but it is also to­tally anti-Amer­i­can. Next thing you know, they will say that the Con­sti­tu­tion of the United States should change and Sharia law should be ap­plied be­cause that’s what this in­di­vid­ual be­lieves.

If this man doesn’t like the Bi­ble, he should stay home. The Congress can eas­ily do with­out him. As far as the so-called imams pray­ing in the air­port, I’m very pleased they were kicked out and they weren’t al­lowed to re­main on the air­plane. If I see any of th­ese mis­cre­ants around the air­ports about to board the same air­plane my fam­ily and I are board­ing I will not get on that plane. The racial pro­fil­ing is ex­tremely cru­cial be­cause we are deal­ing with a clear and present dan­ger. We are con­stantly be­ing threat­ened from both within and out­side our coun­try. I’m afraid we still are not se­ri­ous enough about this. Some peo­ple in the Congress want to tie up the arms of our law en­force­ment agen­cies, which is to­tally ridicu­lous. I hope they wake up be­fore it is too late.

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