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Anger is a sign of a good heart

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Submitted by Ben (United States), Oct 17, 2010 at 09:24

Anyone who is not angry at the sight of oppression and murder is not someone who should be trusted or respected.

Hatred of violence and cruelty is the sign of a good person who believes in Justice. A liberal like you is a self-centered ... who only cares about feeling morally superior to others. Real people mean nothing to you.

YOU are the reason so many millions have been butchered in the name of Islam. ...

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