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9-16-2008 @ 11:08AM
I won't go into the whole 9/11 conspiracy thing but I will say this: ever since the formation of the Bush Reich (oops, my bias is showing), it seems as if our government is more interested in keeping we, the American public, afraid of our own shadows rather than secure in our own homes.This doesn't do much to downplay that idea.Welcome to the new USSR, eh?
9-16-2008 @ 11:20AM
comparing our government to the Socialist USSR shows both an amazing lack of perspective as well as what I can only assume is complete ignorance of history.lrn2thinkcritically: and not spit out media endorsed soundbytes.thanks in advance.
9-16-2008 @ 1:02PM
Sounds to me like she's thinking VERY critically, Native. Also, perhaps you should brush up on your CURRENT history before making such sweeping criticisms of Keyra's thoughts. You'd be surprised at just how much we're coming to resemble the former USSR...either that, or the beginnings of the Nazi regime prior to WWII. Don't compare the latter results, compare the formation. You'd be surprised.@Keyra - new USSR? God, I hope not. I don't like caviar.
9-16-2008 @ 2:30PM
Lrn2notvoterepublicanSeriously...I'd much rather have a scandal about the President's hanky panky than about the Gulag in Cuba or paranoid theories about the dangers of letting the masses communicate...
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