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Bahrain: Why Blame America?

“Why do we always have the tendency to blame America for everything that we can’t sort out?” writes Captain Arab's from Bahrain.

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  • It seems that the world has to have someone to blame for all of the ills in the world. It’s sorta like the out of mainstream American actor named Danny Glover, who was asked to react to the execution of three Cuban journalists by the dictator Fidel Castro. Instead of blaming Castro, the actor Danny Glover, blamed President Bush. Yet President Bush, had nothing to do with it. These three cuban journalists were executed for critizing Fidel Castro.
    So it is in the world. No matter what happens, it will always be the fault of America. How convient that is! By Dale A. Wilhite – Telluride, Colorado.

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