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Submitted by lucretius (Poland), Aug 18, 2011 at 07:04

What is really shocking is the extreme stupidity of all these actions. It should have been easy to see that trying to hide the names of Islamists invited to the "iftar dinner" will not work but will only attract attention to their presence and the same is true of the "cleansing" of the White House websites. I have always thought that Obama has no more than average IQ but he has obviously surrounded himself with idiots. Unfortunately it is hard to tell whether to be happy about this (how can they win?) or terrified (what if they do?).

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