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Submitted by JO M (United Kingdom), Oct 25, 2006 at 17:39

Unfortunately it's people like Rick House and Brian C. Hoff (see postings) who have helped to bring great countries like Britain and the USA to the position they are in now. Too much pandering to minority groups

Loony socialist, liberal ideas about certain freedoms and rights are endangering the rest of us.

Muslims and associated groups have an agenda ,which is to convert by any means, our great countries to islamic states and we have to act to stop this before it gets too late

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