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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 29, 2006 at 16:19

No, I wouldn't expect anything from any one of you who denies even the most obvious injustice in your society. Why would I think you would have anything but contempt for us? I see now where the term 'burying your head in the sand' probably originated. Saddam had everything handled so well over there, just ask anyone. Oops, you can't since anyone who opposed him had their head removed.
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