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WHY can't we defend freedom in US?

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Apr 24, 2006 at 09:15

It is rather odd that we are spilling our own blood and spending treasure to bring democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan, but will not defend it our own country!! We cannot allow 'threat of terrorism' dictate our actions and our lives; we need to show some backbone in US.

It is surprising that US media did not publish the Mohammed Cartoons but Egyptian paper published them (in Arabic) but did not suffer any terrorist acts.

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