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Doesn't anyone care about 9/11?

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Submitted by Eagle (United States), Mar 6, 2003 at 01:00

It is toi bad that no one seems to care about their homeland. It seems to me that we lost more on 9/11 then we lost in Pearl Harbor.

You wonder what kind of kick in the head it will take to wake up the Americans before the other shoe falls.

You can hide under your bed and hope that it will all go away. Or you can act with moral clairity and kick the $#@ out of those that wish to destroy us.
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