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Submitted by Jay1 (United States), Aug 19, 2009 at 00:02

A lack of education and jobs make people more susceptible to the ideas leading to terrorism? I submit a lack of education and jobs should make people try harder to get an education and job,or usher in a new govermment in their country to help facilitate those needs. America,who less than 200 years ago was basically poor and uneducated, shouldnt accept this sociological extortion idea. Nor should it show understanding for the spin and actions of religious crazies.

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