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What will Kerry Do About Christian Persecution in China?

Carlos7 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 8:09 AM
Not to worry ... The Republican Leaders have voiced no meaningful objections to China - "It's all good!" Bush had fun over there during the Olympics. Unlike Reagan, Bush spent his 8 years coddling Baby-killers worldwide. And now we have Obama, who probably can't imagine a number of dead babies high enough to satisfy his personal blood-lust, or that of his Father-Down-Below. I really can't think of many moral leaders in Washington. There are a few, but they are side-lined by the Establishment Prigs (i.e., Allen West was too Black, and too Honest for that crowd).

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