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                                                                                                            Nov. 8, 2007
   Vincent from N.C. writes:
     French Pres. Sarkozy is a breath of fresh air. Maybe it's just the enthusiasm 
that any new leader has, but his predecessor, Jacques Chirac
had no appreciation for freedom , esp. freedom of religion with his so-called 
secularization movement.
Who does he think he is ordering persons to remove their crosses, stars of David
and Muslim scarves? Good riddance!
 Mr. Sarkozy has the courage and political will to visit the U.S.A. and speak before 
Congress and be cordial with our president in spite of all the accusations of 
everything you can imagine from so many Europeans who I will stereotype as thinking
they are Monday morning quarterbacks who don't want to participate, just criticize
since they also stereotype us the way they do as bullies.

                                                                                                            Nov. 2, 2007

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                                                                                                            Nov. 6, 2007
 Jimmy from Sioux City says Feds'Wire-tapping is a non-issue.
He says anybody who politicizes it is just a hypocrite.
A president of either party will do whatever it takes
to thwart terrorist activity.
Mitt Romney said a few days ago that he wants a gov't to
use its resources to keep us alive, and that is just as big a priority
as ensuring privacy and freedom of speech.
Yes, sir!