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How long before the radicals become a force in our own country?

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Submitted by Tom (United States), Feb 2, 2007 at 18:51

No doubt they have become a political force already. How long before Americans face a physical force by these radicals coming from within our borders?

How do you think America will respond? Our political parties are deeply divided on how to handle the current militant forces that wish to do us harm. They are also on opposite ends of the spectrum as related to the cause of why those forces wish to harm us.

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