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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Ian Christianson
Georgetown may be the new kid on the block at this weekend's College Cup, the final four of NCAA soccer, but that doesn't mean the Hoyas are going to be star-struck.
"We got our butts kicked in the first half," Georgetown midfielder Ian Christianson said, "and we just kept plugging away with the same mentality."
"If you had told me my freshman year we would have been playing for the national championship, I would have laughed in your face," said Christianson, one of five seniors.