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Yo_Mama_Been_Loggin Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-18-04 11:12 PM
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6. You think that's bad? Read the following from my home town newspaper.
U.S. must not fall to same fate as Spain

It is with a very heavy heart that I approach this subject. We are in the most enlightened age of technical and medical advancement. Yet, the world would rather go back to the dark ages and cower in fear of terrorism.

America had a wonderful friend, an intelligent farsighted human being with a plan for the future. Alas, that friend is gone to a world of socialism and giving in to the terrorist. Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar of Spain, is not only a lost to us, but the loss to the Spanish people will be catastrophic.

Will the rest of the world fall into the abyss as well? I have great fear that Italy and others will fall to the open arms of terrorism. Russia is again in the clutches of communism set to spread. Can the world keep from the grips of communism and terrorism? Oh, America, you must stand behind our president, he is the only person who can save America and the ideals that make us a great nation. Oh America please protect our president. Oh America, do not allow us to weaken. Thank God for George W. Bush.

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