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originally posted by: guohua
I won't call you names like you do other's here and I won't get angry because you disagree like you do with people who know better than you.
No I won't stoop to your level, I won't call you ignorant or a Bigot for not having the same belief as we do, we're not like you. We're better, we don't have to name call if we disagree with you.
originally posted by: Fylgje
He's aiding and abetting illegal invaders. He's a criminal. Our forefathers weep in the afterlife. All the Americans who fought and died for this country are being shamed. Obama and friends are hell-bent on destroying traditional America. But I guarantee one thing; None of these illegals will live amongst the elite politicians or rich folk. NO! They will live amongst us.
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