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A reasonable thing to do BUT is it too late?

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Submitted by Canadian with no Green Card (Colombia), Dec 28, 2009 at 08:49

Sorrrry folks but the elites have sold you out and really do not give a donkey's rear end how many Americans are at risk because they fear a muslim backlash because they will not be on the saudi payroll.

Many Americans will have to die in gruesome ways until the populace takes matters into their own hands.

God bless rhe USA because in this cowardly world, you are all we have.

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