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Dubious character indeed

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Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Jul 9, 2009 at 01:34

Having his career launched in the home of two terrorists might begin the long list, having shared an office in the same building and then pretending not to have known this Maoist who believes China has a great education system because, since there's no such thing as objective truth we might as well even stop trying to attain it and accept education as indoctrination? Is that a start?

And that habit of using people once and flushing them down the toilet?

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