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Destroy the embassy!

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Submitted by MelM (United States), Oct 30, 2006 at 23:47

I can't believe it! A 104 acre complex! Let the good times roll for the aid administrators!

If we don't hand out masses of post war aid to this disgusting excuse of a government, then we won't need a mega-embassy to administer it. So, why leave it for al-Sadr and his killer pals? Iraq was, is, and will be an enemy state so why will we need an embassy at all? And, I certainly don't want any aid pumped into this mess! Anyway, lets blow it up before heading to which ever desert is selected.

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