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Rudy Seems to be the Best Bet for United States

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Submitted by Singha (India), Jul 3, 2007 at 23:24

My Estimate of Rudy went up when he refused donation from Islamist bin Talal. Talal had blamed the victim - United States for the dastardly Islamist attacks on 11 September.

From the perspective of fighting Islamism, Guiliani seems to be the best bet for presidency of United States.

Conservatives in US would do well to find out the credentials of the democratic candidates and expose them if they are soft on Islamism, which represents the greatest present threat to the free world.

Singha

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