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It’s important when debating the Iraq issue to keep the other point-of-view in mind. It’s important to respect the lives of the people saved and the efforts and lives lost to make it happen.
I enjoyed this post by a liberal author that took the time to visit a U.S. Iraqi polling station to actually talk to the people most affected by our war with Iraq.
And I Am Not Lying, For Real: Like Millions Of Iraqis, I Made A Long Journey To The Nearest Polling Place Today

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