That’s because we haven’t played Cowboys and Indians yet. So far they literally got away with murder.
What a surprise. With the Muslim-in-chief in the White House and Muslim clerics and Imams all over the world pushing for a Caliphate and sharia law to be implemented in the U.S., no wonder they are the ones with the highest hope or optimism for their future.
According to a study released on Tuesday by Gallup, Muslim Americans are more optimistic about the future than members of any other religious group in the nation. According to the report, entitled, “Muslim Americans: Faith, Freedom, and the Future,” although they have optimism about the future, Muslims also say they experience a high level of prejudice and discrimination. (They have to whinge, they just can’t help themselves…)
The report highlights President Hussein Obama’s Muslim roots as one potential factor in their optimism. Coincidentally, they also give Obama an 80 percent approval rating, which tops that of any other religious group.
Nearly all Muslim Americans, 92%, said they believed that Muslims living in United States had no sympathy for al Qaeda, the terror group responsible or the 9/11 attacks. (I Â dare say that 92 % of Muslims sympathize with al Qaeda)
They are, as a group, critical of counter-terrorism measures imposed since the terror attacks and a large percentage distrust the FBI, the report said. (Muslims are critical of everything and everyone that exposes their nefarious activities)
The differences are startling. Seventy-five percent of Americans of non-Islamic faiths have confidence in the FBI, with only 60 percent of Muslims reporting that they feel the same. Much of this difference may be attributed to the ongoing debate over racial profiling. Â (The whingeing comes with the Muslims, its a package deal….)