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From: Jim Alder
Subject: Re: New Homeland Security Mottos?
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 05:20:48 -0000
Organization: Your Company
References: wrote in
> "Jim Alder" wrote in message
>> "toad-o-line" wrote in
>> > How about devoting yourself to getting a clue and realizing that
>> > it's a Republican administration that's doing all of this hmmmmm???
>> I'm already aware of that. I don't like it. I just see no point in
>> discussing it with people who think that administration is responsible
>> for a rainy day.
> I don't think they're responsible for much apart from shredding the
> Constitution. They certainly aren't doing much about the economy.
> Despite what you may think, I don't rely on the government for much.
>> > Republicans are just mad because this assault on liberties can't be
>> > blamed on Bill and Hilary. They're too pea-brained to realize it's
>> > one of their own that's doing this. Let's see: you have a complete
>> > idiot in the White House who is only smart enough to realize he's an
>> > idiot, so he surrounds himself with power-mad fascists. What do you
>> > expect? Nirvana?
>> Like I said, discussing politics with hatemongering assholes is not
>> really something I seek out.
>> Look in the mirror, pal.
>> > As I said before....keep on with the dumb platitudes and stupid
>> > partisan rhetoric: that's what REALLY works!!
>> BWAHAHAHAHAH! What is this, a tag team!? Certainly one person
>> call partisan rhetoric 'stupid' right after writing the previous
>> paragraph about peabrained Republicans, pwer-mad fascists and the
>> complete idiot in the White House!? How could one person possibly cram
>> so much hypocrisy
>> one post?
> If you'd bothered to read my posts, you'd realize I hate the Dems too.
No, I haven't bothered, nor do I plan to in the future. Someone who
hates the vast majority of the American people is hardly worth listening
> There is no love lost between me and the Multi-culti-diversity PC
> morons in the Democratic party.
> I just don't understand how people like you -- numbnut
> Ruh-pub-luh-kuns - can sit idly by and let all this happen?
I'm not a republican, but what do you suggest? You think a mere citizen
has any real say in this matter? Should I call the White House and tell
them they've overstepped their bounds and should desist forthwith? Is that
what you did to stop the "Know Your Customer" idea or the National ID card?
> YOU'RE the
> party of small government, yet you seem content to let Dubya construct
> the largest bureaucracy in modern history!
What part of "I'm already aware of that. I don't like it." did you
interpret as contentment?
> YOU'RE forever screaming
> about the Bill of Rights, yet you seem content to sit on your big lazy
> derrierres while Ashcroft and company run roughshod over the First,
> Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments.
Guide us, Obi Wan. How do we stop the Patriot Act and the homeland
security debacle? Or are you just being a dickhead with this 'nyah nyah,
this is all your fault!' act?
> But I forget: Republicans think
> there's only one Amendment - the Second. They're content to listen to
> whatever Rush Brainless has to say and not question it.
I'm sure the list of things you forget is a lot longer than that. Don't
be so modest.
Congress is so strange. A man gets up to speak and says nothing. Nobody
listens - and then everybody disagrees. ~Boris Marshalov
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