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I guess, then, it could be argued that slave owners were "people who wanted to cause mischief."

Obama Administration Calls Terrorists “Folks Who Want to Cause Mischief”
January 2, 2014
2014 in the Bag

Liberals never take terrorists serious and think they are just misunderstood.
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Over at the State Department, spokeswoman Marie Harf acknowledged the security issues highlighted by the bombings but still strove to argue that Sochi, 600 miles southwest of Volgograd but a hundred miles closer to Chechnya, is likely safe enough for the Olympic Games in six weeks.

“In terms of security for Sochi, U.S. citizens planning to attend should remain alert regarding their personal security at all times. I think our security experts have said that criminal activity in Sochi is similar to other cities of comparable size. Obviously, major events such as the Olympic games are an opportunity for thieves or for other folks who want to cause mischief,” Harf said.

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Re: Obama administration calls terrorists "folks who want to cause mischief"
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2014, 01:41:10 PM »
Other folks who wanted to cause mischief ...
« Last Edit: January 02, 2014, 01:55:08 PM by mountaineer »
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