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I have admitted being wrong plenty of times and I don't lie. So wrong again.
No grey area exists here....
The only gray area I see here is your attempt at bad logic.
Just because they are not comparable has nothing to do with an evil act being just that.
No Lives Matter
Although it is useless to debate True Believers, please allow me to explain to others who understand logic and reason that "bigotry" means being biased against people for things they have no control over (race, religion, sex, etc) and for very personal beliefs (religion).
It does NOT mean that you have to accept every single one of those beliefs. Prejudice means "pre-judging" -- being biased against someone without knowing a thing about them simply because of their race or religion, for instance.
If a black person says something ridiculous and I argue with him, it does NOT mean I am bigoted or biased. A stupid point of view is a stupid point of view no matter your race or religion. That's not "pre-judging."
So sorry that I have to explain basic word meanings here.
You have to define what is radical, which will vary from person to person and what a good American is, which will also vary.
I personally think that anyone who believes in supernatural beings and creators is radical. I wouldn't consider a radical Christian a good American because they are typically some of the most close minded, Anti-Science, Homophobic, unintelligent people out there.
I think a radical Christian is a fundamentalist one though, just my opinion.
I answered yes, because I've known some good Americans that were some pretty radical Muslims, yo.
Anyways, this poll begs the question as to whether you believe that 'radical' defines a muslim as anti american. In which case youre merely asking can an anti american be a good american and youre basically saying nothing.