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Mike Freese

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Haven't you ever heard that the United States is gonna be taken down from within? What better way to get taken down from within than having the President of the United States be the one that's going to do it?
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Toplikar, Matt, "Anger, Fear, and Racism Follow Palin Rally (video)", The Las Vegas Sun, (2008-10-22).

 
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