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What a tar brush!

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Submitted by Stefcho (United Kingdom), Dec 1, 2009 at 12:31

I hope you include your left-wing, feminist sisters in that wildly generalizing claim (that 60% of Swiss are xenophobic racists). I think you'll find that most European nations, and not just Switzerland, could match that 60%, or even raise it. I wager most people in Europe would be chomping at the bit for a similar referendum; and I think we both know how it would turn out, don't we?

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