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Weak President of USA

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Submitted by f.sha (United States), Dec 31, 2007 at 02:09

The statement of USA about Islam as religion of peace is lie and was told to appease Moslems.
It is shameful for the president of the most powerful country in the whole world to say lies.
Despite the verses of evil in the Koran, and all the terrorists use these verses to kill Americans all over the world, Mr. Bush still says that Islam is a religion of peace! Mr. Bush does not need to appease Moslems.
Mr. Bush is really out of the right way in so many aspects. What is bad is to continue messing up.

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