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Submitted by Mark (United States), Jul 19, 2002 at 13:49

Some of this attitude may just a case of people rooting for the purported underdog. Could the little guys beat the big bad Americans? But unfortunately, this is not a sporting event and the free world is the playing field. The big bad Americans may have to show just how big and bad we are if the rest of the free world does'nt fall in line. Germans, I am sure, hold the most deep-seated hatred for America because, whether true or not, it will always be said that America was the difference in WWII.

Where would the world be if America had acquiesced to Europe's stand then?!
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