Texas official won't apologize for Muslim-bombing Facebook post LM Otero/AP "It's time we made peace with the Muslim world. "The post on the Facebook page of Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller (R-Stephenville) showed a mushroom cloud and noted that Japan has "been at peace" with the U.S. since the bombing of Nagasaki in 1945. AUSTIN, Tex. — Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller won't apologize for a shared post on his Facebook page that appears to suggest using an atomic bomb on the Muslim population, a spokesman for the Republican said Monday. The post shows a mushroom cloud and says Japan has "been at peace" with the U.S. since the 1945 bombing of Nagasaki. The end of the caption reads, "It's time we made peace with the Muslim world." The post was shared on Miller's Facebook page over the weekend but was removed Monday. Todd Smith, a political consultant for Miller, said he didn't know why the post was taken down but said critics outraged over the content should instead be demanding apologies from Islamic terrorists, Iranian leaders and President Obama for their words and actions. "We think those are all issues that deserve an apology and are much more serious than a thought-provoking Facebook post," Smith said.