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Submitted by James W. S ims (United States), Apr 2, 2003 at 07:56

See the article in FPM on the Iraqi-Americans who want to go to Iraq and help our troops. Why don't we send these wonderful AMERICANS to Columbia U and let the professors ...REALLY know what is going on it Iraq??? Send them there and have them hold a seminar open to the public. THAT would be a much better use of taxpayer money. When all this is over, I think the USA public should start a campaign to get rid of most of the professors in these universities.
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