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Submitted by Dvora (United States), Oct 7, 2005 at 11:37

Well written, and all I can add to this is that Leaders within Saudi Arabia show signs of Anti-Social Personality Disorder. There can be no improvement in behavior because their condition is not treatable and there is no known cure. Each generation becomes more deviant than the previous, and there is no excuse for the American Government covering their abusive behavior on American soil. Americans will begin to take the Law into their own hands, before the "Authorities" can be called.
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