US immigration law: so f'ed up that Trump's no-Muslim plan would be constitutional

  • Private citizens making remarks are not the government enacting policies.
  • Making disparaging remarks doesn’t violate anyone’s rights or restrict them in any way at all.
  • The U.S. does not ban travel to countries “all the time,” and on the rare occasions that it does it’s not because of their prevailing religions.

The only thing you got right is the need to understand Islam, and even there you lose half credit for the ignorant-assed first part of your sentence.

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