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Reader comment on item: Why the Paris Massacre Will Have Limited Impact

Submitted by harri (United States), Nov 14, 2015 at 15:01

it took 50,000 dead young men in Vietnam for this to impact every city, town, state and for the U.S. to pull out. it has not gotten "in your face" in the U.S, yet. it is still thought of as a problem "over there". when the daughter of a mayor is gang raped by "immigrants" or son of a congressman is sodomized to death like Chris Stevens perhaps that will be the wake up call. Congressional silence is collusion. oh, and did Howard Dean just admit that he converted to Islam?

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