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Reader comment on item: Lessons from the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist List
in response to reader comment: beware the actions of CAIR , Obama and general " bleeding hearts "

Submitted by Kenneth Duke Masters (United States), May 24, 2013 at 19:12

On several episodes of Fox's O'Reily Factor the Waters World segments US citizens did not know about the IRS, Benghazi, AP snooping. The most shocking, at least to me, was a UC Berkeley (one of the worlds top schools) student did not know who was Vice President of his own country!! My family calls me "old doom and gloom" I think it is just reality.

KDM

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