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Soldiers come home

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Submitted by RC (United States), Nov 21, 2010 at 16:00

Finally a State (Oklahoma) with some leadership, like Arizona, The leaders don't want to put up with this kind of malarkey that is man made laws, since we don't have any leadership at the whitehouse level, we have to depend on state leadership, again , the muslims need to go back to their country, we are a christian country, what part of Christian country don't the muslims understand, wake up christians, you either believe in Christ or you don't. we need to bring our soldiers home and start policing our own country. while our soldiers are over their fighting a diversion tactic, our country is being taken over by islam. you cannot build a christian church in muslim country.

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