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itself to be the only non-Anglo country that
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castigate the Japanese for now requiring the
rightful recognition commensurate with their strengths?
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inconsistent support of the Indian sub-continent
(regardless of today's lukewarm business relationship), and the fact that we have had outright shooting wars with Russia and China (directly
and through their proxies), I have to conclude that aligning ourselves with the Japanese is a no-brainer, not something to fret over. Let our
other erstwhile "allies" and avowed enemies be forced to make their accommodations to the growing U.S.-Japan alliance. What could be better!
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helped 'lead the charge' to try and shove unwanted and poorly considered immigration legislation down our throats.
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can't wait to read the rest of the Letters to the Editor today. br> -- Judy Beumler /p> p> Mr. Bandow's rundown on John McCain's non-visio 2010
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power, that some will continue to support a recurring candidate who may have few, if any, conservative credentials -- regardless of what he
says and in spite of his voting record. br> -- C. Kenna Amos