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Bush on global politics: "Well, first, Iran is different

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(NT) (NT) She raises many good points.
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(NT) (NT) Such as?
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(NT) (NT) another bash from an non american what a waste
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you have opinions on people from other countries, and how they run their country?

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yes but im not a citizen

running away from themGrin

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citizen, non citizen, running, walking

what ever YOUR opinion,still has a right (freedom, you know what that is) to express that opinion.

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well you have your opinion

and the others have theres.
i still dont like a non american bashing us all the time

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(NT) (NT) No Mark, at the very least it should be "Former America
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no i was right your not American

you should give up your citizenship as your hatred doesn't help you

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Mental pygmy?

Wow you found a new bash on an Ivy League graduate.

Iran, Korea and Iraq are NOT the same foreign policy issues.

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Oh, did you elect him?

Consider for a second that he might know what he's talking about and you don't. You want to call someopne a mental pygmy, I nominate Helen Thomas. And, of course anyone who accords her credibility.

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