Don't Say This
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Submitted by Joan C., Apr 12, 2016 12:06

This worst thing I can read in an article, is that we're losing the fight. It's nice to informed of the statistics, but let's give these articles a little upbeat, when talking about this evil? I wouldn't want an islamic "person" to see those words, and pass them around, happily. Let's not give them the satisfaction of knowing whether their winning or not. Besides, they have to see that they are winning anyway, when their taking over all the land that our sons and daughters died for, in Iraq and Afghanistan. Of course, I still don't understand what either one of these countries had to do with 9/11...but that's just me, and I'm furious over it!


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