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Submitted by Edmond Fisher (United States), Aug 3, 2003 at 13:00

How dare someone question the motives and actions of the government! We should all fall in line and follow blindly.

Arguments like 'If he doesn't like the U.S. he should move to Iraq' are ridiculous. The United States was founded with ideals like freedom of speech, freedom to petition, freedom to assemble and protest, etc. The foundation of democracy is the ability to question you leaders.

Don't be fascists.

Afghanistan Civilian Casualties: 3,400

Iraq Civilian Casualties: 5,000+
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