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Reader comment on item: Barack Obama's Muslim Childhood
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Submitted by Patriot, Minuteman. (United States), Jun 30, 2008 at 21:28

Whatever His history, Barak is an open borders guy. Close the southern border. Also, Obama has promised to roll back Bush's tax cuts. That is a tax increase for those of you that have no brain. Also, the 'Messiah' has threatend us with universal heath care. This has cost the Canadians 61% taxes. And, it does not work. McCain is not much better, but He is more experienced. I do not think we, as a nation have a GOOD candidate this time.

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