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(June 30) Today's Top Headlines - The top 10 stories of the day

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  • john4254 posted at 10:38 am on Mon, Jun 30, 2014.

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    In my opinion, America should send Bush-Cheney and Rumsfeld to inaugurate the first office of Islamic State, and hand over the US Award to the new khalifa, Baghdadi. It was their act of attacking Iraq and removing Saddam from the office to enable Baghdadi to achieve his life long dream. Also, do not forget to request Obama to be the first to recognize the Islamic Kingdom sending Hillary Clinton to solemn the great Occasion, only because they too helped Baghdadi by providing American arms causing up-rise against Assad. Soon we may have an Islamic State comprised of all gulf nations alongwith Iran and Turkey too, and America has to deal with only one dictator, rather than many at this time. Bottomline, we will get OIL almost FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

     

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