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The lack of personal courage at the very top

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Submitted by Seafarer (United States), Jul 26, 2009 at 10:40

I've lived through several wars in my military career. No one fights harder than a coward, especially when others are doing the fighting and the dying.

As long as the appeasers remain at the helm, they will continue weakening us from within while allowing those who would subjugate you, to walk beside you, just waiting their chance. As 2012 approaches, I suggest you remember that.

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