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We should not think like this.

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Submitted by Muatasim (Saudi Arabia), Jan 21, 2009 at 13:08

My short expression that we should think about what is the correct ways Mr. Obama he has to follow:

1-He should correct what Bush did (many mistakes intimately did- he is not honest even for America)

2-He should be very justice man, keeping good picture for America round the world.

3-He has to work for America < the Americans

4-He should not interfere in other local affairs

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