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To: Windflier
You are exactly right. I certainly wouldn't call it a vanity. maybe a semi-vanity but it is good to remember. I am reminded of when the million mom march and Rosie O'lardell were going to hold a seminar after the VT Killings and this conservative activist managed to bring in a camera to the seminar. The million moonbat speakers went nuts and didn't want the camera in there saying that free speech didn't apply to video cameras. (So wonder how much more these harpies want to tear up in our constitution!?) The man was able to bring it in however and the speakers canceled the whole seminar because they claimed the man was disruptive by bringing the camera in and accused him of planning to put in on youtube to twist everything they said out of context. Really? What are they afraid of them saying?

The truth really is kryptonite to a liberal. The Million Moon-bats in reality have a communist agenda on their hands to disarm innocent civilians and they had to back down to conceal it.

5 posted on 09/05/2008 1:03:43 PM PDT by mainestategop (MAINE: The way communism should be)
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To: mainestategop
...I certainly wouldn't call it a vanity. maybe a semi-vanity

I appreciate you saying that. I did try to write that more along the lines of an editorial.

The Million Moon-bats in reality have a communist agenda on their hands to disarm innocent civilians...

Yes they do. Thank God for the recent SCOTUS ruling on the 2A.

And now that we've got a real, honest-to-God compatriot on the way to the Vice Presidency, we've got a real chance to crush treason in this country.

12 posted on 09/05/2008 1:20:36 PM PDT by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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