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Khadr family should be stripped of citizenship

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Submitted by Johnny Appleseed (Canada), May 12, 2006 at 21:35

Back during the Second World War, they would've been put up against a wall and summarily shot. Now, they get the support from bleeding heart nincompoops who think they deserve some kind of protection as they are Canadian citizens... well boohoo to them. They used Canada's welcoming and free society to get passports and then go and help a medieval shithead fight a war against us and our allies...

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