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We came here to take over

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Submitted by Michael Slattery (United States), Mar 9, 2005 at 13:27

The first week of March I was listing to a women on the radio in Torrance, California talk about a middle eastern man she had met who owned a shoe store. He talked about his struggles,hard work and how it is paying off for him now. At the end of the conversation she said, "Welcome to America". The comment the man made after totally caught the women off guard when he said, "we did not come here to live, we came here to takeover."" This comment was made over ten years ago.
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