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petty politics. . . it is sad... in a great democracy knowledge should be king !

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 26, 2010 at 19:37

We can not just blame President Obama if President Bush also did it.

It is wrong, they should have made a re-direct part of the web page, at least.

Knowledge and truth are weapons we can used to defend ourselves against the islamists.

The islamists live in the dark and are afraid of facts, we should not behave like them, ever, not even a tiny amount like this silliness.

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