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What needs to be done?

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Submitted by two_heroes (United States), Mar 1, 2006 at 00:08

For example, I am producing a children art show in the middle of NYC - that's my response to bad guys wherever they are. Making kids here more cultured, "fabric of the society", all that stuff.

It occured to me that these wars in Afghanistan and Iraq saved many Moslems in the US in particular after 9/11 from being deported or worse, pointing outwards for the "baddies".
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