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> Learning from "Fahrenheit 9/11"

25 September 2004 22:36
A song that includes the line "let the motherf$%ckers burn" It is a song.... It wasn’t created by the army, or military. It was just a song, that some of the soldiers played. There were thousands of other songs they played also. You have got to be kidding me. "In this song, it was suggested that every Iraqi man had incestuous relations with his mother." No, it is a song. The song has lyrics, some of the lyrics, are the ones above. The assertion that this song, and it’s playing, actually puts forth that Iraqis had sex with their mothers is completely assanine. And it (...)


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