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March 12, 2009


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I see very clearly how this shows that Afghanistan is quite a bad place to live. (Of course we knew that without the story as well, but it's certainly a strong additional piece of evidence.) But I don't at all understand how this is a reminder that the U.S. is the "greatest country in the world". I think it's safe to assume that such a result would be impossible in many other countries as well, so any positive implication would apply to them, too. But, they can't all be "the greatest". Or is there something I'm missing?

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