The piece of "Reagan's gone...Good!" was heart wrenching. I have bitterly contested the war in Latin America since the days it started, since the time Ronald Ray-guns stood up before the world press and showed a picture of a man "a rebel communists" that would destroy Latin America's freedom (owned by American intelligence) and threaten America security. The outrageous point missed by the media was the picture of the so-called revolutionary had no shoes, delapidated weapons, worn-out clothes, and no money to back his cause of "supreme" threat to peace. But Americans bought it anyway. Thanks again for the article. Unfortunately, America won't understand it. They gone mushy for money and toys not thruth.
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