And the masses finally start to realize...

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Serendipity

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People have been saying this for a long time now. Too bad we all can't do something about it!
 

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jane said:
The only downside to this is that their "solution" will be to declare war on someone new. Mark my words.

I hate the ********** party.
Let's invade the Czech Republic. Damned Commies forced my family out of my birthplace in '83, I say drop some nucular bombs on 'em and give 'em their Jihad!

wait, what? :wacko: :lol:
 

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Wow--I was worried when Bush was elected--and kind of shocked that so many people voted for this man. I'm not American, but I do know that the actions of the President of the United States can have an impact on SO many people--within the U.S. as well as in other countries.

The situation sounds quite ominous in this article. Anything a Canadian neighbour could do?
 
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Finally. What I'm wondering is, what took peopole so long to realize this?? I knew Bush was going to be nothing but trouble the second he "won" the 2000 election.
 

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Let's see:
1. Rich Texas Oil Family
2. Strange connection with oil families in the Mid-East
3. Unnecessary war to get rid of Saddam, but Osama still missing
4. Gas prices double
5. Wants to sell our ports to the United Arab Emmirates
Is there a connection between all these things??
 

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So how are you expecting **********s on this board to respond? Didn't nearly a third of the board self-identify as **********s? Sounds as if you're picking a fight, Vlad.
 
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