Geraldo Rivera, on his radio program, discussing radical Islam's relationship with America:
"It's a lot like what happened between Protestantism and Catholicism in the Hundred Years' War, and they said that more Christians died in the name of religion in terms of fighting each other than other single--you know, you just wonder, does one religion have to triumph over the other? Will there always be these radical people?
Because there's so much of the way they interpret the Quran--it's not in the Holy Book. The Holy Book is a wonderful book. By all accounts, it's just as even-handed as any other religious testaments... I worry that this is the new norm.