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“We send billions of dollars south of the border in the form of drug money, our government sends billions more to an arguably corrupt Mexican government to 'erradicate' the problem, only to have the police and military defect to the drug-runners, taking their”
“The guys as forementioned belkive that if they cannot convert you they need to erradicate you.”
“My hope is that, during this decade, we will truly gain the high moral ground against terrorism and cooperate with moderate Muslims to erradicate Muslim extremism without violating human rights in the region.”
“As for the world not changing other than when we look at it, well, I guess that would erradicate any truth to global warming.”
“And if you want to erradicate terrorism I'm afraid you're going to have to invade Pakistan, not to mention parts of Africa and Asia.”
“Yes, please erradicate rubbish email and plastic bags.”
“Corruption is a cultural outgrowth that takes a lot of norm-changing to erradicate.”
“I mean a person is black, or disabled or a mother, it would be a mistake to erradicate ourselves from our poetry.”
“Her most vicious enemies have made a sworn declaration to erradicate Israel and the rest of the world just shrugs its shoulders as if nothing is wrong.”
“It seems obvious from the article that the longer the gang culture gets entrenched in a social group the more difficult it gets to erradicate because it probably gets accentuated with each generation. — art”
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