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Americans in NZ support Bush anti-war camper

17.08.05 7.00am

Concerned Americans in Auckland are holding an anti-war candlelight vigil tonight to support a woman camping in protest outside President George W. Bush's ranch in Texas.

Cindy Sheehan has been camping since August 6, demanding that the President explain why he sent her son Casey to die in Iraq. The President has so far refused to meet her.

The vigil will be held at 7.30pm in front of the American Consulate on Customs St East.

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Good on the Kiwis !

There are many brave and rugged individualists in the Land of the Long White Cloud !

Why do we have so many stupid political correct Kiwis.
Bet a dollar they will have a group of Muslim present!
Name the religion that has murder and suicide as a get into heaven card! Lets protest the madness of Islam and support the USA.
I suppose our million dollar refugee will be present as well!

Uncle Dick Cheney is now prepping Wee Georgie for a "nucular" attack on Iran. A few practice runs on New Zealand would let them iron out any small kinks in the bunker busters.

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