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Don't keep this enemy close

We seem to have a real problem with what should be basic concepts in this country.
For example — there’s the concept of the difference between “friends” and “enemies.”
True, it was Don Vito Corleone who said “keep your friends close but keep your enemies closer” and he may have meant it, but, let’s be honest. He was a fictional character, and there comes a time when we really shouldn’t be investing taxpayers’ dollars to keep our enemies at all.
It all came home to roost in Mo Town recently when a “performer” who turned terrorist came to ...

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