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Mostly, people died because they were sick, hungry to death, bombed, or killed because of their ethnicity. Therefore they generally support business and finance, the American version of empire, the government and the president, until, and unless, some excess is so egregious that it poses a threat to continuity, security or legitimacy." "Americans don't understand that terrorists cannot take away habeas corpus, the Bill of Rights, or the Constitution.

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