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Reader comment on item: Profs Who Hate America
in response to reader comment: Professors who are terrorists

Submitted by keith (Bulgaria), May 10, 2007 at 09:08

Obviously you must love your country, how about fighting for the principles of free speech on which the country is founded, the united states was founded by dissidents remember that, as for terrorists you might want to look at the definition of terrorism, then look at the actions of your country since its inception, you cannot just apply the term to those who you want it to fit and ignore it when it comes to something like your country and its documented state acts and support of terrorists, to deport dissidents is insane when you keep in mind that your country, that you so love and dont want anyone to speak against, was founded by dissidents, what a very stupid comment from an american who should above all others cherish the rights and privilages of democracy if indeed you love your country as much as you say, please reply if you have any examples of University professors who were or are engaged in terrorists acts?? If you like i can give you a list of admited terrorists which you country has harboured and ones it currently harbours, please try and think for yourself, thats real patriotism,




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