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Should the U.S. boycott the Winter Olympics being held in Russia if the Russians continue to harbor NSA leaker Edward Snowden?

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Jul-20-13 8:17 AM

only a liberal would see any gain in that.......Snowden did nothing wrong and should be viewed as a hero.

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Jul-20-13 10:05 AM

Ad hominem attacks against the U.S. President are unacceptable in a public newspaper.

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Jul-20-13 10:22 AM

Well, as usual, animal spews his hatred and racism no matter what the topic is. I don't know which congressman made the comments but they were unnecessary and out of place. Don't use the Olympic athletes as political pawns.

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Jul-20-13 6:35 PM

Your previous quotes have proven time and again that you push hatred and racism as does animal. It is not surprise that you repeat his trash. Tell us what Obama spoke of that is not factual or correct? He told the truth and the Republican party is the basis of racism and hatred. Live with it.

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Jul-21-13 4:52 PM

Those who have prepared and dedicated their lives for the winter Olympics should not be cheated out of the opportunity to compete.

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Jul-24-13 1:09 PM

Ya right, Bush was not above the fray, Bush was oblivious to "anything" going on. He had no clue. Cheney ran it his way. The crooked way.

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