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Obama should not spoil Americans effort

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Submitted by kamekish (India), Jun 26, 2010 at 07:14

Dear Mark D, You are absolutely correct. Obama should not screw up the effort of Americans. And I firmly believe that Americans will not sit quietly for long.

Obama will have to take decisions what is good for future of humanity and he will have to attack IRAN. Sooner or later, he will do it.

Human beings are fighters and World peace can never be achieved without war, a strong war.

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