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Submitted by Wallace Edward Brand (United States), Jan 20, 2010 at 23:35

The pendulum may be swinging back. Scott Brown may be the best person to use this information, particularly that the State Department misstated the reason for his exclusion. As Dr. Pipes points out, his exclusion was not based on his expression of iideas counter to the policy of the West, but an overt act, financing terror. Many analysts now suggest that Brown's principal winning issue was not on the medical insurance bill, but on the soft treatment of Islamists by the Democrats.

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