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Old 02-01-2006, 08:45 PM   #1
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Cindy Sheehan: Lets Vote Her Dictator of the World!

She seems to loves the spotlight.

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Couldn't you have posted this in the thread we already have?

http://forum.interference.com/showth...5&pagenumber=3
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Couldn't you have posted this in the thread we already have?

I thought about that, but I wanted to hear what other members thought about the idea of putting this so concerned caring person in charge of this planet.


*>>>off to view the film Duck Soup / the Marx Brothers *
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I thought about that, but I wanted to hear what other members thought about the idea of putting this so concerned caring person in charge of this planet.

What are you talking about?
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d u c k s o u p

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Ok I sort of see what you're getting at. It's a long time since I saw that film.
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Sheehan can't be dictator of the world, since Bush hasn't abdicated the position yet. Even then, I'm not sure she could amass enough samurai to make her Tokugawa, while leaving Bush to his ceremonial duties.



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Cryptic references abound.
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Duck Soup (1933)

Enjoy your ice cold bottle of pop,
(be careful with the popcorn)
try to not to choke to death during your laughter.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0023969/
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Ok I sort of see what you're getting at. It's a long time since I saw that film.

Thanks financeguy,

I was hoping someone would connect the *XYcZZsZX*
crazey point.

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what does Duck Soup have to do with Cindy Sheehan??
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Re: Cindy Sheehan: Lets Vote Her Dictator of the World!

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bow down to the one you serve, you're gonna get what you deserve.

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can anyone else sense the irony here? i know i can. i can flippin' taste it, guys.
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Old 02-02-2006, 01:22 AM   #14
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sorry guys who is CINDY sheehan

all these things in a small small box ..and talking about that...

is she really important...do we really want these many threads and discussion..

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The two women appeared to have offended tradition if not the law, according to several law enforcement and congressional officials. By custom, the annual address is to be a dignified affair in which the president reports on the state of the nation. Guests in the gallery who wear shirts deemed political in nature have, in past years, been asked to change or cover them up.

Rules dealing mainly with what people can bring and telling them to refrain from reading, writing, smoking, eating, drinking, applauding or taking photographs are outlined on the back of gallery passes given to tourists every day.
I hope we don't forget why we have decorum.
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Let's hope the Capitol police don't forget, either.
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i still think there's something deeply terrifying about removing people who are wearing articles of clothing that might offend or upset the president in anyway. a t-shirt is neither a crime nor political speech.

but then again, Bush thinks he's a monarch and has disrupted the balance of powers between the three branches of government to such an extent, that he's probably right.
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i still think there's something deeply terrifying about removing people who are wearing articles of clothing that might offend or upset the president in anyway. a t-shirt is neither a crime nor political speech.

but then again, Bush thinks he's a monarch and has disrupted the balance of powers between the three branches of government to such an extent, that he's probably right.
I think we can address the issue of proper decorum without the hyperbole regarding Bush. Others have been removed from chambers for similar reasons during prior administrations.


Now, to the base issue: should written messages on T-shirts be permitted in the gallery during televised presidential addresses? I would suggest that once you open the door to such methods, a entirely new dynamic is added to the already politically charged atmosphere - disracting from the core purpose of the event. Instead of just handing out tickets to guests, more attention will be given to who is invited and what they wear.
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I think we can address the issue of proper decorum without the hyperbole regarding Bush. Others have been removed from chambers for similar reasons during prior administrations.



hardly hyperbole. but that's a whole other thread. ignore at your own risk.


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Now, to the base issue: should written messages on T-shirts be permitted in the gallery during televised presidential addresses? I would suggest that once you open the door to such methods, a entirely new dynamic is added to the already politically charged atmosphere - disracting from the core purpose of the event. Instead of just handing out tickets to guests, more attention will be given to who is invited and what they wear.

yes, they should. so long as the message isn't blatantly offensive -- i.e., unfit for TV, and there are laws about this already in place (no "Fuck Bush" shirts, for example).

if Cindy Sheehan, an invited guest, can't wear her t-shirt (which stated a fact; there was nothing incendiary about it), then we should start asking politicians to remove American flags from their lapels, yellow ribbons, or any other sort of symbol that could possibly be construed as a political statement.
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