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STAY STRONG & UNINTIMIDATED.

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Submitted by JOHN MANITTA (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 15:50

If this country is going to lead the world in the fight against terror and violence, we must do it 100%. No half measures. It shows cowardliness and uncertainty, not good if we expect the free world to follow us... The free world is seeing this, but we must not be frightened by it. Good will always overcome evil...
J. Manitta
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