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Selecting the bad guys

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Submitted by Jim (United States), Dec 28, 2004 at 19:03

Wartime. What we did in 1941 -1945 was remove the threat of the enemy within.

WE are at the same point in time now.

In order to protect ourselves we should be doing just what we did in 1941.

We should remove the threat by sending all illeagals in our country out,

Those here on work visas be registered or sent home if they don't like it.


Let's make America for Americans.
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