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So what's to be done?

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in response to reader comment: I fully agree

Submitted by Allan Levine (United Kingdom), Feb 26, 2007 at 19:08

Which still leaves the conundrum of what has to happen for things to change for the better. Historically, once corruption took root in government, it took revolt for things to change. Nowadays with the external menace of militant Islam threatening our society, perhaps this will be a catalyst for some politicans to cut through the liberal mental midgets that is the media circus, and those with real solutions to rise to the fore. Let's hope.

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