Word of the Day

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Hey, fellow hartlanders, here is the word for the day!!! Look it up.

DHIMMITUDE

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Hey, fellow hartlanders, here is the word for the day!!! Look it up.

DHIMMITUDE

Good word

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Doesn't look like too many people looked up your word, bro'. Or, if they did, they aren't talking about it....

When you discussed the word to me over the phone a while back, it was being used by your source (The New American?) to explain how Muslims would not be required to buy health insurance in America even as everyone else will be required because Muslims see insurance as 'gambling' and they have a moral aversion against 'gambling'--much like they have a moral aversion against usury to the point to where one bank in Dubai charges no interest to its 'chosen customers'.

So, I guess if one wants to get around having to buy health insurance in America, they'll just have to change to the Muslim faith. Maybe that's the point of the 'dhimmitude' being made by your source, I can't exactly remember (it was about a week ago).

But, I think that I have read somewhere on this forum that American citizenship is removed from anyone that serves in a foreign army--except the Israelis. Maybe that's 'zionitude'.....:)........

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