All you have to do is replace the word, or words, to test whether or not it sounds ok.
The people responsible for certain crimes are part of radical 'Christianity'.
We need to employ a temporary ban on visitors from countries with a proven record of having 'men' engage in acts of terrorism against us or our allies.
'Men' are the only ones who have engaged in these acts of terror, so it stands to reason they have a problem with America.
It's important that we look more critically at people from the 'U.S.' who wish to impose their way of life on others.
Does this make sense to you? It does not to me. Still, to be fair, I continue to question whether I'm making a grave mistake.
If I am, this American daughter and granddaughter of immigrants goes down believing that the country that allowed me my great fortune and set the stage for the bright futures of my own children, did so on the risk that those who came before me were different, but not inherently bad. My country was right. And that's what made America great.
Last night, I sat for my daughter's graduation from a city public school and listened to names called - Ashley, Emily, Haydon, Abbey - and Roshandeep, Muhammed, Pablo, Roble - there were roars and cheers for names like Marhuq and Bidemi and Chris. These are the names that make America great. These faiths, languages, colors. These are the instruments of greatness in our country and they only work when they are together.
What we're doing now? Makes America _________. You replace the word.