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Re: Mr. Ehrgott

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Submitted by Drummer (United States), Jan 18, 2005 at 18:08

I continue to be amazed with our freedom of speech laws. News commentators, political opponents and "former everything analysts" on TV can call the President of the United States everything but a white man, and everyone laughs, while one statement of the truth by an American citizen about fundamentalist Islam and some Attorney General will land on him or her like a ton of bricks and try to put him or her in jail.

Did I wake up in the wrong country this morning? Seems like I'm missing something.
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