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Submitted by saigarje (India), Aug 7, 2011 at 22:01

This talk of Chris Christie being president is crap. It's crazy. People are attributing miracles to this guy just because he's a governor who has cut the budget. One of his leading fans is Ann Coulter, an author who has written a book trying to legitimize former Sen McCarthy.

Understanding Islam takes study and thought, tasks our last two presidents have failed at miserably. We don't need another dunce in the White House.

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