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Ismael family and ACLU

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Submitted by Nenette Grunberg (United States), Sep 5, 2006 at 22:25

Us citizenship should be taken away from all terrorists and from any citizen seemingly on a could be terrorist list, whether US born or naturalized. . Let us also get rid of the ACLU which has been the biggest ennemy of our country. ACLU has for years been the front runner in ruining our country, in abusing the meaning of the word democracy in order to save criminals , terrorists and for putting us, the law abiding citizens in danger. Enough is enough !

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