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Submitted by Richard Burd (United States), Jun 26, 2002 at 13:54

I knew it, MPAC can't refute what Daniel says so they resort to the only thing they have left: they launch a personal attack on him, and then Pipes gets pissed off and reminds her (and informs us) that there's an 'agreement' not to mount personal attacks, because it is not part of the 'agenda.' This whole thing has played itself out before, MPAC hates Daniel, and he hates their Islamist agenda, they know he's right and their wrong so they resort to the only thing they have left, the card. I love it. Daniel you're a patriot.
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