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Soto: who's to blame?

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Submitted by R Paulus (United States), Aug 21, 2006 at 12:54

Give me a break.... Saddam was going to live forever, right!

I think you've said it all.. what with Baptists, Southern to be exact.
Ostriches do that too... stick their heads in the sand.

Actually, come to think of it, you didn't mention neo-cons. Isn't everything a Jewish conspiracy anymore..

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