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THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM.

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Submitted by LEE KENAGA (United States), Jul 13, 2010 at 11:39

IT CONTINUES TO AMAZE ME HOW THE PRESS AND GOV'T LEADERS PUSSY-FOOT AROUND,

USING EVERY EXCUSE IN THE BOOKS---THEY WERE ON HARD TIMES, OR JUST LOST THE

BREAD-WINNER, THAT NAMING THAT "ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM AS BEING A RADICAL MUS-

LIM, LIKE THE RADICAL MUSLIM WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MASSACRE AT FORT

HOOD, TX. THE PRESIDENT AND THE MEDIA WERE GUILTY IN OFFERING ALIBIS FOR HIM---

POLITICAL CORRECTNESS!

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