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Witches Kill Baby (40 puncture wounds & snapped neck)
Christian Underground ^ | Jan. 20, 2005

Posted on 01/23/2005 8:58:36 AM PST by Lindykim

The Christian Underground http://www.christian-underground.com READ IT - LEARN FROM IT - PRAY OVER IT - SHARE IT --- Witches Kill Baby January 21, 2005

Little girl had 40 puncture wounds and a snapped neck Pagan tattoos may match baby girl's wounds Photos of couple's religious markings studied in probe of toddler's death

Prosecutors have obtained photographs of a Springfield Township couple's neopagan tattoos in an effort to match the markings to puncture wounds on the woman's slain year-old daughter. Daniel Duffield and Vanessa McGlumphy are charged in connection with the neck-snapping death of McGlumphy's 13-month-old daughter Jacqueline Mae Cooper.

Aside from the fatal neck injury, the toddler's body was also riddled with more than 40 puncture wounds, 12 broken ribs and a lacerated liver. Prosecutors last week received permission from Summit County Common Pleas Judge Marvin Shapiro to photograph the couple to determine whether their religious tattoos match puncture wounds that appear on the toddler's feet.

According to court records, the child had puncture wounds on her foot in the shape of a Wicca or Celtic symbol.

In addition, prosecutors say that Duffield and McGlumphy told investigators that they wanted to raise the girl in their Wiccan faith, an earth-based religion sometimes called ``The Craft´´ or the ``The Craft of the Wise.´´

Duffield told investigators that he placed the Wiccan pentacle symbol on the girl's feet, prosecutors say. Photos of the couple's markings were taken last week at the Summit County Jail, where the two are being held. Duffield's tattoos include a skull and dagger, an anarchy symbol, a demon and a Celtic cross, prosecutors say. McGlumphy's include a goat head, Medusa and a she-devil.

Prosecutors say a needle containing the child's DNA was found near her crib around the time of her death. The child's puncture wounds, prosecutors contend, are evidence of abuse at the hands of Duffield and proof that McGlumphy ignored the girl's injuries. ``For (McGlumphy), Wicca is nothing but an appreciation and love of nature,´´ said defense lawyer Tom Adgate, who represents the woman. Adgate said his client ``didn´t notice -- and she didn´t condone´´ -- the symbol puncture wounds. ``And she doesn´t know when it was done.´´

Duffield's lawyers could not be reached for comment. Duffield, 32, is charged with murder, involuntary manslaughter, child endangering and felonious assault involving puncturing the girl's feet and face. McGlumphy, 25, is charged with involuntary manslaughter and child endangering. Each has pleaded not guilty.

Both are scheduled for trial Monday, but Duffield has asked for a delay to allow his lawyers more time to prepare for trial. Shapiro is expected to rule on the request in a hearing.

The toddler died Oct. 6 from either a dislocation at the top of the spine -- from blunt impact to the head -- or a ``hyperextension/hyperflexion´´ of the neck, according to autopsy reports.

On Tuesday, a juvenile court judge granted temporary custody of the girl's twin sister to McGlumphy's father. The arrangement was agreed to by the child's biological father.

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"All religions and/or belief systems are the same and therefore equally deserving of respect, sensitivity, inclusion, and tolerance," say multiculturalists. And because of this fairytale screed, radical Islam, Wicca, Budhism, {Satanism?}, Gaia worship, and all other pantheist beliefs have been made equal to our traditional Christian worldview. Of course, if these other belief systems truly were equal, then each of them would have been able to found a nation like the US, at least one time during the history of mankind. But truth shows otherwise. None of them have ever been able to do anything other than to keep mankind in bondage to the whims and fancies of whoever happened to be most powerful. So the multiculturalists are nothing but liars, and these pantheistic beliefs are nothing but the playthings of whoever dwells at the top of the heap.
1 posted on 01/23/2005 8:58:36 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Lindykim
"On Tuesday, a juvenile court judge granted temporary custody of the girl's twin sister to McGlumphy's father. The arrangement was agreed to by the child's biological father."

And what's wrong with HIM?

2 posted on 01/23/2005 9:02:40 AM PST by jocon307 (Ann Coulter was right)
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To: All

The most dangerous belief system, supposedly the equal of and/or superior to Christianity, is Secular Humanism/socialism. This is the one which is responsible for the Holocaust of the Unborn, for unleashing sexual perversions, and all sorts of other social degeneracy upon America. And it's Secular Humanist zealots who are behind multiculturalism.


3 posted on 01/23/2005 9:06:38 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: All

The most dangerous belief system, supposedly the equal of and/or superior to Christianity, is Secular Humanism/socialism. This is the one which is responsible for the Holocaust of the Unborn, for unleashing sexual perversions, and all sorts of other social degeneracy upon America. And it's Secular Humanist zealots who are behind multiculturalism.


4 posted on 01/23/2005 9:08:09 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Lindykim

``The Craft of the Wise.´´

Gee that sound almost like 'enlighted'


5 posted on 01/23/2005 9:08:36 AM PST by ResearchMonkey
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To: ItsOurTimeNow; little jeremiah

ping


6 posted on 01/23/2005 9:08:58 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: jocon307

snip....And what's wrong with HIM?


In today's upside-down Twilight Zone America, there's no telling what fantasy role-playing he's in to. Maybe he believes he's a vampire?


7 posted on 01/23/2005 9:11:16 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Lindykim

Where did this take place? Springfield is one of the commonest of place names.


8 posted on 01/23/2005 9:14:34 AM PST by bvw
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To: Lindykim
A year or so ago I got into a debate on a "celtic" yahoo! group with some members about their dabbling with paganism/druidic religions. I made a couple of points with them: a) persons "practicing" the pagan/druidic today were just dabbling with them. True practitioners would do it all - including human sacrifice, and b) if the pagan/druidic religion was so wonderful then why did the Irish people gladly turn from it to Christianity?

The result was a tempest. I cited Thomas Cahill's work "How the Irish Saved Civilization" for the human sacrifice angle and that got me lots of invective but no good refutations of his data.

People don't think of or are not aware of the darkness that is involved with these practices and who is ultimately worshipped - and it's not the Creator. It's the created.

Actually, I am surprised that there are not more examples of this sort these days.

Even so, come, Lord Jesus.

9 posted on 01/23/2005 9:14:39 AM PST by Bosco (Remember how you felt on September 11?)
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To: bvw

I noticed that the state was not named and wondered if, in the name of political correctness, that was intentional?


10 posted on 01/23/2005 9:17:42 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Bosco

I saw a commercial last night for kids to place tattoos on their tongues.....superficially of course, but what sort of advertiser encourages this? What happened to encouraging kids to learn to read, write and do arithmetic...of which few can do well lately.


11 posted on 01/23/2005 9:20:30 AM PST by Beowulf9
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To: Lindykim
I noticed that the state was not named and wondered if, in the name of political correctness, that was intentional?

The article did provide the city and county name (Springfield Township and Summit County)...that places it in Ohio.

12 posted on 01/23/2005 9:23:34 AM PST by Dark Skies
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To: bvw

The link for myrtlebeachonline.com doesn't work. What is the correct link to the story?


13 posted on 01/23/2005 9:24:57 AM PST by steveo (Member: Fathers Against Rude Television)
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To: Dark Skies

Thanks.


14 posted on 01/23/2005 9:25:23 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Lindykim

I find it ironic that some of the same people that screech about the medias use of one or two bad examples of their faith to tar and feather the entire membership is so quick to do the same to other faiths.

LQ


15 posted on 01/23/2005 9:27:03 AM PST by LizardQueen
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To: Lindykim

EVIL!!!


16 posted on 01/23/2005 9:27:10 AM PST by shield (The Greatest Scientific Discoveries of the Century Reveal God!!!! by Dr. H. Ross, Astrophysicist)
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To: Lindykim

http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/mld/myrtlebeachonline/10569204.htm


17 posted on 01/23/2005 9:27:23 AM PST by Alouette (Learned Mother of Zion)
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To: Bosco


In school when I learned about "the church" it was all negative. If you ever wonder why people view Christianity as such a bad thing, well it's because they have to come to that conclusion considering the facts they are given. I learned about the manor system, the Crusades, and never about Christianity's contributions to the world.


18 posted on 01/23/2005 9:32:25 AM PST by LauraleeBraswell ("Hi, I'm Richard Gere and I'm speaking for the entire world. -Richard Gere)
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To: Alouette
"On Tuesday, a juvenile court judge granted temporary custody of the girl's twin sister to McGlumphy's father. The arrangement was agreed to by the child's biological father."

Twin girls are about as close as two individuals can be. How does a 13-month old girl infant mourn her twin?

19 posted on 01/23/2005 9:34:42 AM PST by bvw
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To: LizardQueen
<ATHEISM> There is no God. The logic of all believers is fundamentaly flawed. These two persons are just another example. </ATHEISM>
21 posted on 01/23/2005 9:40:09 AM PST by BraveMan
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To: LauraleeBraswell
I learned about the manor system, the Crusades, and never about Christianity's contributions to the world.

I was taught that the Crusades were a bad thing...an attempt by the Church to consolidate its power.

However, considering all we are learning of Islam lately, I am beginning to think (although no martial effort is without collateral damage) that the Crusades saved Europe from a scourge worse than the Black Death.

22 posted on 01/23/2005 9:42:28 AM PST by Dark Skies
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To: jocon307

He's probably in jail.


23 posted on 01/23/2005 9:44:08 AM PST by monkeywrench
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To: Lindykim

Sick .. so sad. I hope our nation wakes up. If guilty, this couple needs to be made sterile immediately and locked up forever.


24 posted on 01/23/2005 9:45:34 AM PST by AgThorn (You're my president, Dubya, but do something about immigration or I'm not voting Republican any more)
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To: Lindykim; All
First, let me just say that these people, if convicted, deserve everything that they get and more. Such evil is evil regardless of the religion in whose name it is conducted. In fact, it is NOT truly conducted for the religion...mostly, the religion is used to justify the psychotic acts of the individual.

No matter...these animals still must be put down, if guilty.

However, you then had to degenerate to this...

"And because of this fairytale screed, radical Islam, Wicca, Budhism, {Satanism?}, Gaia worship, and all other pantheist beliefs have been made equal to our traditional Christian worldview. Of course, if these other belief systems truly were equal, then each of them would have been able to found a nation like the US, at least one time during the history of mankind. But truth shows otherwise. None of them have ever been able to do anything other than to keep mankind in bondage to the whims and fancies of whoever happened to be most powerful. So the multiculturalists are nothing but liars, and these pantheistic beliefs are nothing but the playthings of whoever dwells at the top of the heap."

You, like the anti-gunners, are using a sick criminal event to justify a particularly insidious form of bigotry.

Surely yiou are aware that, in the US, all religions are welcome so long as they do NOT violate the rights of others. And you MUST be aware that, under our laws and Constitution, all religions ARE equal in the eyes of the government in that it cannot promote any over another.

Your tactics, whilst quite classic in propaganda history, are nontheless disturbing in this day and age.

25 posted on 01/23/2005 9:47:04 AM PST by Long Cut (The Constitution...the NATOPS of America!)
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To: Lindykim
Of course, if these other belief systems truly were equal, then each of them would have been able to found a nation like the US, at least one time during the history of mankind.

You mean like the pagan Greeks and their democracy, or the pagan Romans and their constitutional republic?

26 posted on 01/23/2005 9:49:44 AM PST by Junior (FABRICATI DIEM, PVNC)
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To: Dark Skies
Christianity saved the world.

Isn't it funny how people are all coming to the same conclusion that Christianity is bad? Perhaps it's because they've been given the same half-facts. And then they think it's an original thought like they're so enlightened.
27 posted on 01/23/2005 9:50:41 AM PST by LauraleeBraswell ("Hi, I'm Richard Gere and I'm speaking for the entire world. -Richard Gere)
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To: bvw
Where did this take place? Springfield is one of the commonest of place names.


28 posted on 01/23/2005 9:51:14 AM PST by eddie willers
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To: bvw

Don't Homer Simpson and his family live in Springfield?


29 posted on 01/23/2005 9:52:57 AM PST by ladylib ("Marc Tucker Letter to Hillary Clinton" says it all.)
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To: Lindykim

I'd snap their frickin necks when I hung them.


30 posted on 01/23/2005 9:55:06 AM PST by sgtbono2002
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To: Long Cut
"And you MUST be aware that, under our laws and Constitution, all religions ARE equal in the eyes of the government in that it cannot promote any over another."

Ah. And so it must be that the establishment of a religion is the same as, say, the promotion of a particular religion.

An interesting idea, I suppose. Entirely false, of course, but interesting.

31 posted on 01/23/2005 9:57:05 AM PST by Reactionary
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To: Reactionary
" An interesting idea, I suppose. Entirely false, of course, but interesting..."

Don't tell the courts. They've disagreed for many decades.

If the government (i.e., taxpayers) promotes one religion over others, it is by definition "establishing" a religion. By what possible logic should a Jew pay for the promotion of Christianity? A Christian for Islam? An atheist for ANY of them?

And why in the WORLD do you think it would be a good idea to divide Americans in that manner?

32 posted on 01/23/2005 10:06:34 AM PST by Long Cut (The Constitution...the NATOPS of America!)
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To: LauraleeBraswell
People view Christianity as a bad thing because of a bad witness of Jesus by the Church. Mankind has an unquenchable appetite for power and for a good while in Europe it was available through Church offices and its associated power in government. God is not wicked, mankind is.

As far as the Crusades go, please take a look at this article and re-orient yourself as to what happened and why.

33 posted on 01/23/2005 10:08:27 AM PST by Bosco (Remember how you felt on September 11?)
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To: Lindykim
So much for "An it harm none..."

These people were "pagans" the same way Torquemada was a Christian.

34 posted on 01/23/2005 10:09:48 AM PST by Dead Corpse (Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.)
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To: Lindykim

Regarding "neopaganism", I think it was G.K. Chesterton who wrote "First you dabble with the demons and, in the end, the demons dabble with you."


35 posted on 01/23/2005 10:10:30 AM PST by NaughtiusMaximus (Their women give good lamentation, maybe we can conquer them again sometime.)
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To: steveo; Lindykim; Dark Skies; bvw

Googled the perps names and got this link to the Cleveland Plain Dealer:

http://www.cleveland.com/crime/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/iscri/110484187319640.xml

It appears Springfield Township is close to Akron. Also the story is basically the same one that is posted here, but I thought this might be of interest to those wondering, as I was, WHERE did this happen?


36 posted on 01/23/2005 10:12:39 AM PST by jocon307 (Ann Coulter was right)
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To: AgThorn
If guilty, this couple needs to be made sterile immediately and locked up forever.

No. When found guilty, they should be beaten to death. Not hung. Not lethal injection. Beaten to death with lead pipes or baseball bats. I am a firm believe in doing what we can to make the punishment fit the crime.

The Pagan Karmic Debt crede of "whatsoever you do returns to you three-fold" should apply to their death sentance if possible.

37 posted on 01/23/2005 10:14:13 AM PST by Dead Corpse (Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.)
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To: NaughtiusMaximus

I've been "dabbling" for around 15 years now. Still no demons.


38 posted on 01/23/2005 10:21:28 AM PST by Dead Corpse (Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.)
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To: Lindykim

Well, some multiculturalists would put it this way: "All religions and/or belief systems are the same and therefore equally deserving of disrespect, insensitivity, exclusion, and intolerance."

Yes, I'm just being contrary!


39 posted on 01/23/2005 10:25:05 AM PST by AntiGuv ()
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To: jocon307

Excellent job thanks!


40 posted on 01/23/2005 10:25:31 AM PST by steveo (Member: Fathers Against Rude Television)
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To: Lindykim
It's a kind of self-worship, but it lacks the external forms of religious ceremony which they associate with religion in general (as a kind of stereotype). So they think it's just the religious people out there who have beliefs, and they themselves are on to the way the world works. In practice, a very large share of secular humanist-socialists are know-it-alls waging an inquisition; they've defined themselves out of recognizing their own I-know-how-it-really-works patterns, so they repeat them until they *become* inquisitions.
41 posted on 01/23/2005 10:38:16 AM PST by Mmmike
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To: Long Cut
If the government (i.e., taxpayers) promotes one religion over others, it is by definition "establishing" a religion.

This really is not true. "Establishment" of religion had a clear meaning at the time the Constitution was written, which unfortunately the Supreme Court severely twisted, mainly on account of anti-Catholic bigotry on the part of some of the justices. The constitution merely says that there shall be no official, national religion, like the Church of England or the Catholic Church in pre-revolutionary France. That is why the Church of England is also referred to in England as the Established Church.

Government has a perfect right to do what it thinks is right, subject to the agreement of the voters and legislators. We should be very hesitant to outlaw most religions. Personally I would say that Wicca is foolish and superstitious and leaves room for worse things to enter, but that in most cases it is merely harmless silliness. Probably Satanism has entered here, and I think the government has a perfect right to outlaw Satanism.

But apart from outlawing religions, government has a right to favor some and disfavor others. I don't think we need Wicca chaplains in prisons, for instance, or that Wicca should get any faith-based government money. And obviously when practitioners turn to the dark side like this, they need to be punished and possibly that particular cell or congregation needs to be investigated and dispersed.

42 posted on 01/23/2005 10:48:05 AM PST by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: Lindykim
Damn, and here I thought it was the Jews who murdered babies. These turkeys don't sound like Wiccans anyway, they sound like Satanists passing as Wiccans, or dabblers too stupid to understand the difference.

If the bad examples define a religion, who can be a Christian if they aren't Fred Phelps?

43 posted on 01/23/2005 11:04:09 AM PST by Grut
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To: Long Cut

Your reasoning is flawed. It implies the possibility that our gov't can function as a morals neutral entity. If so, then tell me what guides the reasoning of this morally 'neutral' entity?


44 posted on 01/23/2005 11:21:21 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Lindykim

Sounds to me like it's more about being crazy than it is about being Wiccan.


45 posted on 01/23/2005 11:24:59 AM PST by Zeroisanumber
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To: Junior

snip...You mean like the pagan Greeks and their democracy, or the pagan Romans and their constitutional republic?



You forgot to mention some pertinent facts, Junior. Like how females were considered to be sub-human creatures; abortion, infanticide, and child abandonment were commonly practiced; and slave population numbers most usually outnumbered the citizens. Not so hot after all, eh?


46 posted on 01/23/2005 11:26:54 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Long Cut

snip...And why in the WORLD do you think it would be a good idea to divide Americans in that manner?


Your rant describes, NOT America as she was founded....One Nation Under God. No, your rant describes the Canadian/EU Franco-Germanic "we are one big inclusive family of sameness' socialism model. You're describing a theoretical utopiia.


47 posted on 01/23/2005 11:32:47 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Lindykim
And the MSM will be reporting THIS news?

Yeah, in our wildest dreams.

Is Wiccan included as a protected "religion," on a par with say...Christianity? Yep. But "tolerance" is the new mantra that protects 'Wicca,' satanism, and that "Religion of Peace" -- Islam.

This is insanity run amok.

And I wonder how many 'Wiccan' chaplins are there in the U.S. Armed Forces?

48 posted on 01/23/2005 11:36:04 AM PST by Liberator
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To: NaughtiusMaximus

snip...I think it was G.K. Chesterton who wrote "First you dabble with the demons and, in the end, the demons dabble with you.


That sounds like Chesterson. He was great at knocking charlatans and mountebanks off of their soap boxes.


49 posted on 01/23/2005 11:37:07 AM PST by Lindykim
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To: Mmmike

snip...In practice, a very large share of secular humanist-socialists are know-it-alls waging an inquisition....


Great description. I really appreciate how it reveals their hypocrisy, conceit, and denial of reality. Something tells me they won't enjoy it though :-)


50 posted on 01/23/2005 11:44:35 AM PST by Lindykim
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