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Submitted by James McMullen (United States), Sep 6, 2007 at 22:05

while you are right about government oppression in certain areas, do not blame the average American for these actions, they for one have no control over what their government does, they're not the ones going over to other countries and oppressing people, just corrupt politicians, and secondly, do not ridicule them for unjust actions when Europe has done far worse in the past.

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