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Lester sent a great link to a music video celebrating the wonders of America. Check it out:

America You Must Go ON

Lester also sent this quote:

"Of course we welcome, and I welcome, dissent and debate,” [Condosleeza
Rice] added.  “I welcome it privately. The United States government is
of course a single entity and when decisions are made, I fully expect
that people will support those decisions, because there is only one
President of the United States and that's President Bush. The American
people elected him to direct the course of the country."


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