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Obilic: Go back to Serbia

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Submitted by Becky Meinhart (United States), Aug 13, 2007 at 14:16

Mr Obilic:

Plese go back and tell your favorite Serbs to learn to fight honorably and not like terrorists. The KLA kicked your butt. We the American people do not like terrorists. You were happy fighting with the peaceful, innocent women and children of Bosnia.

Many thanks to Bill Clinton, who put a stop to your terrorism.

Becky Meinhart

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