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We need to remember our 'neighbors'

You gotta feel for the folks down in the southeast who were smashed with the full force of nature this past week.
First they were competing with the royal wedding “excitement” — well, at least the talking heads who were paid to jet over the Blighty for the event were excited.
Then, just when the nation began to turn back to the devastation, we began to hear about the bin Laden attack.
Despite the other news, however, we have a large number of Americans who are hurting, who are in mourning, who are still trying to dig out and determine how ...

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