Abraham The Anchor Baby Terrorist
By Sean Boling
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Published: March 17, 2012
Words: 75,054 (approximate)
Raising a child is difficult enough while surrounded by the trappings of American culture; raising a child to be a terrorist in America only adds to the problems.
As the inaugural birth in service to the Anchor Baby Terrorist Training Program, Abraham represents different things to different people. He is a way to make money, a means to leave an oppressive home in favor of America, an excuse to fall in love, an opportunity to expand power, a good son, a best friend, a big man on campus, a murder suspect, a media plaything, a source of pride, of fear, of shame…and ultimately something elusive.
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