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In communist countries, people have no rights to land including mineral exploration. In Muslim countries, people are born into castes from which they cannot escape. Federal law protects the elderly here. Leftists are all such liars.
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Rick - i dont have an answer although that's what i'm looking for. It seems as if AOL/HP doesn't want us to make comments when it goes against them. Reminds me of the Crimean vote where you can vote only YES.