You could cry about Dutch PBS, which just featured an item about the 'common people' who nowadays express themselves through talk radio and blogs. How dare they. Fortunately, no eating advice regarding the superiority of cake compared to bread.
Or you could laugh at, or with, Rita Verdonk, the woman who now has said that, until the legal mess about AHA's citizenship status has been sorted out, Hirsi Ali will get to keep her Dutch passport for now. Yes, she's a happy puppy:
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