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Please listen to Keith Williams.

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Submitted by Mohammad Salim. (Ireland), Nov 2, 2008 at 12:36

I'm sitting here in Ireland reading through all the posts on this page and the only person who I'd give any credit to is Keith Williams. It's obscene for people to attempt these links because of his children's names and the obscure connection with some mid-east business men. Talk about people in glass houses...!

I'm not so naive that I see Obama as a gift from God. He's a politician so of course he can't be squeaky clean. So to all the people who are trying to make out that his becoming president will be a terrible thing for America, and maybe the entire world, I say hard luck. He can't possibly be any worse than the man you chose as a leader eight years ago. When history looks at Bush's legacy I'll bet that all the people who are such ardent supporters for him now will be conspicuous in their absence. So listen to the voice of moderation in Mr Williams. If you are so ignorant that you are still swayed by the 'race' card then do the world a favour and stay at home on polling day. Society has moved on since Neanderthal man.


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