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Submitted by Jules Posten (United States), Nov 15, 2015 at 10:01

America must be defended first and foremost, If this means that no so called "refugees" will be admitted to the US, despite our POTUS's wishes to the contrary, so be it. If this means that a huge amount of illegals must be rounded up, so be that also. American's like to think we're loved for all the good works we do in this world, Wake up, we're not. We must act in defending our people If we cannot see this, then we are heading fi diaster, like lemmings rushing towards the sea in an orgry of self immolation.

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