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WOW

I call this topic wow!

Wow how stupid it is to go abroad and adopt a kid, when our own kids remain in the foster care system? Wow how crazy it is that every single descendant of slavery has to pay for a college education in the same country that enslaved our ancestors and got free labor out of them and the many who were killed for being different...from those we made? Wow crazy isn't it?

Wow...it's it crazy that many Americans believe that people who have a country to live in, really need to be here in order to be whole again? Wow...like those people who live in other countries don't have hands to fight for what they want or a mind to think or take back their own rights or change their own destiny...oh, but we did and others did? Wow strange isn't it? So nobody but Americans have brains or courage? Wow odd isn't it?

Copyright © Jay Anderson-Taylor | Year Posted 2017

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