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Who liberated Kuwait?

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Submitted by Charles Kastriot (United States), Aug 21, 2009 at 22:29

Considering the American lives lost and funds expended to liberate Kuwait, these American forces have a right to demand the freedom from these Islamic dictates. These Americans must be allowed to eat, drink, swim and otherwise enjoy life; let the Mohamadans stew in their own self-imposed and foolish misery they call "Ramadan". If the Kuwaitis do not like our people's activities, then the time to pull out our forces has arrived. Maybe the Islamists would prefer to live under a Ba'athist regime again?

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