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Truly, it is the same rubber stamp with a modicum of Turkish variation ...

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Submitted by kman (United States), Jan 2, 2009 at 16:22

Hi back, Ianus!

What a lost cause even without the latest weaponry, those who multiply like rabbits can swamp any newer technological military. It's Korea all over. A bajillion wild-eyed insanely driven peasants in unifrom (or as the Muslims do it - civilian garb is fine, female or otherwise) swarm over hill-sides like ants. When on the verge of loss, they quickly want to "negotiate".

They have a strong desire to die & escape circumstances of life that their own government has driven them into. The Imams convince them that they can do anything they wish to express their hate & rage. After tha - paradise. It's to bad, they barely know how to read & are kept uninformed. Almost a no-brainer for them.

Here in the U.S., we have no excuse except for being to involved in amassing endless toys & gadgets to endlessly entertain ourselves. Now & then it is fashionable to grab a left wing newspaper & make some pretense at becoming "informed".

Got to go. Am out of town & right now have five month old grandson on my knee. He says, "This isn't working".

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