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Fitting into what?

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Submitted by A kharijit (United States), Mar 24, 2005 at 17:42

What is the framework or existing order you are talking about? If it is the framework of the Constitution, as you explicitly mentioned, then no one should be above the law, including me and you. But if you mean, implicitly, the framework and ideology of the neocons, then you are mistaken. The American people are much more open and accommodating than some would believe. The cultural dynamic of America is very receptive and tolerant. At any rate, your writing is illuminating. Thanks
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