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Old 08-06-2005, 08:55 PM   #31
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lol right, damn Patriot Act

oops did I say that out loud? oh well, since I'm screwed anyway cuz the feds are looking here...BUSH stinks

and yes, i am very paranoid
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Old 08-06-2005, 09:02 PM   #32
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lol well I'm glad Im not the only one. I might have the feds looking for me but at least I'm not crazy!!!
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Thank goodness that the horizon moves away as you approach it.
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Old 08-06-2005, 11:57 PM   #34
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Re: ever get paranoid about your anti-bush statements?

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Do any of you ever get paranoid that what you say openly about bush or the war or government in general will get you into trouble?



Why? Who wants to know? Who are you really? Let's see some ID.

Nevermind....

You don't know me. I was never here. I don't exist. You don't exist. Never trust the man with one brown shoe. Eat this post.
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Old 08-07-2005, 05:12 PM   #38
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I think LoveTown is really a government agent who started this thread in an effort to pluck out the liberals! mwuahaha

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Old 08-07-2005, 09:33 PM   #39
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*counting out money to get Moonlit.. and verte.. a good lawyer and out of gitmo bay*

bbbbbut I don't really don't know them... please stop dragging me down...ouch that hurts..

seriously though, I have more people telling me they don't discuss politics anymore, because I keep giving them examples of what's wrong and they can't dispute it...
they are not paying f'ing attention and it pisses me off..
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Old 08-08-2005, 01:58 AM   #40
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One day the "conservative" factions of the US will have the states in line and the world as they would like it....Democracy will be everywhere just as bush wants it and the world will be illiterate just as Bush is.

The sad truth is that certain elements of US society would like for the world to be full of capitalism, religious dogma, and egocentric attitudes and they have the power to sway the consensus like a sail to catch the wind they are blowing up.

The perversion and defamation of otherwise harmless ideas/behaviors (ie communism, atheism, homosexuality) etc that has gone on in the US government throughout its history is so overwhelming that its a parody of truth to call the US a democracy or a place of free ideas and speech.
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Old 08-08-2005, 06:49 AM   #41
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One day the "conservative" factions of the US will have the states in line and the world as they would like it....Democracy will be everywhere just as bush wants it and the world will be illiterate just as Bush is.
Harvard graduate - and you call him illiterate.
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Harvard graduate - and you call him illiterate.


when you're last name is Bush, you can do many things.

it was also Harvard Business School -- i don't think it's totally inaccurate to assume that law school was too intimidating.
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it was also Harvard Business School -- i don't think it's totally inaccurate to assume that law school was too intimidating.
Oh, I see. So illiterate people can graduate from Harvard Business School? That's nice to know. My friend's kid is about to start 1st Grade. I'll just tell him to skip it and go straight to Harvard and get his business degree. Thanks for cluing me in to that.
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I learned a long time ago that "intellect" is not always determined by a diploma. I know people with an associate's degree that have more intelligence and common sense than Bush, and I know people with Ph.Ds who seem to be dumb and petty like Bush.

Honestly, I wish I could explain this phenomenon, but I can't.

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I'll just tell him to skip it and go straight to Harvard and get his business degree. Thanks for cluing me in to that.
Have him claim to be the son of a President and oil tycoon, and I'm sure he'll do fantastically.

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