No, what you're saying here is wrong, on multiple levels.
It's not word games. It's the literal definition of bigotry, in the very real, very immoral sense.
I would suggest that the reason you are ok with it, is that you've never experienced bigotry directed at you in any real way, and haven't considered what it would mean to be judged in that way.
"Muslims" are not concerning to security experts. Because it's a ridiculously broad group of people. "Muslims" as a whole are only concerning to islamophobic bigots.
Now, if you had a muslim who demonstrated specific behaviors that could be linked to terrorism, then that would be fine. Again, to take the example of a serial killer, picking up a white male and interrogating him to determine if he were a serial killer, given NOTHING else besides his being a white male, would be wrong, right? Despite the fact that the vast majority of serial killers are white men. It's not ok to invade his privacy and detain him until he's actually done something that indicates his potential mindset, such as abusing animals, or demonstrating some other sort of mental problem.
No, dude. Wrong. Sound policy is not based on fucking opinion. That's totally absurd. Policy isn't good because you FEEL like it's good. It's good because it actually achieves its fucking goals. And sound policy actually has some practical mechanism by which to do exactly that.
Is this really where you're going to retreat to? That doing nonsense is ok, because whatever? So then all policy is equal. There are no good ideas, no bad ideas.. just whatever the president feels like, and it's great, because he's the president.
Surely you see how profoundly idiotic that is.
I say "for no reason" because you are unable to provide me with a reason.
If you believe there is a legitimate purpose that it serves, and how it will achieve some beneficial goal, then lay it out.
Otherwise, you can't dispute my statement.
I asked you about American citizens. Those citizens who have family overseas, who spent tons of money and time to go through the visa and greencard processes, only to have them turned away at the last minute.
Do you care about THOSE American citizens?