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USA stick is bigger! but inside.

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Submitted by HarraK (Canada), Dec 7, 2007 at 09:44

If the US stick is bigger, then it must be used against its own people due to the poverty and homelessness rates. Maybe you should look how big the Canadian stick is..if you play wrong from now on, no water, no oil, and no hydro-electricity. Canada will not be monopolized by corporate pirates that play a losing game in the USA. at the end, the American People will Prevail. ViVa CANADA, the model for liberation from Corporate Slavery and the rule of the lobby gangs.

From the strong and free north

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