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Columbia: Do the Right Thing...Fire Degenova

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Submitted by Andrew J. Padilla (United States), Apr 6, 2003 at 09:26

Micholas DeGenova has demonstrated a total lack of love for this country, for this flag, and for our brave men and women in the Armed forces. DeGenova should remember that it was this country that gave him the opportunities to become an assistant professor, and to have freedom of speech. DeGenova should apologise for his very insensitive, and biased remarks.
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