It's necessary for other forces to intervene in this matter...

Arold Josephfer - July 8 2018, 1:42 AM

It's necessary for other forces to intervene in this matter because it's just going to cost the country more money it doesn't have and while at it we need to have a way to take control of situation.

We cannot keep getting Americans involved in our business we should be able to deal with situations like. I hate those idiot politicians who just sit around without doing the duel dealigents.

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