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what's in it for the 'honorable' senator?

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Submitted by forrest shalom (United States), Jan 5, 2004 at 20:45

he sounds like he is in the pocket already of saudi arabia as he attacks
pipes campus-watch.org, which monitors dhimmitude on usa campuses.

http://www.middleeast.org/forum/fb-public/1/1130.shtml

politicians of this ilk do not 'represent' me as they have sold their soul for a bucket
of spoiled saudi crude as is documented in the book:

sleeping with the devil: how america sold its soul for saudi crude.

forrest
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