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7,000 Iraqis U.S. Bound

The United States has agreed to admit 7,000 Iraqi refugees into the country. What do you think?
  • "It should be a whole lot easier for our troops to kill them here."

    Werner Seidel Systems Analyst
  • "Yeah, I mean, I guess we should save a couple Iraqis in order to repopulate the country once everybody there dies out or moves to Iran."

    Liz Armstrong Locksmith
  • "I hope they have a way of checking that that they're actual Iraqis and not U.S. soldiers trying to sneak back here."

    Bob Thomas Antiques Dealer

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