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Cowards Use the High Moral Ground Argument to Defend Against the Accusation of Cowardice.

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Submitted by Tom Dundee (United States), Mar 27, 2010 at 19:09

You mistake the high moral ground for 'Boot Hill'.
President Bush did not interfere with the Constitutional rights of American citizens. Not one person has came forth with such a claim.

During WWII, Americans who joined the Canadian and British Armies to fight the Nazis, who were allies of Islam, lost their citizenship. You do not lose your US citizenship for joining a foreign army to fight against the US. This is turning the high moral ground into Boot Hill and it is the way taken by cowards.

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