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The man isn't even cold in the ground, and someone has to find something to dis him over.
How is quoting the man considered "dis'ing" him? If he didn't want to be known for saying these things, then he shouldn't have said them, especially in a printed public interview!
When a person dies, it's time to respectfully (try) to remember the good things about them.
In death, as in life, a man in known by his words and his deeds.
posted on 01/24/2005 2:24:07 AM PST
(Liberalism is slow societal suicide. And screw political correctness: Islam is the Religion of Death)
posted on 01/24/2005 2:38:54 AM PST
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