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Posted on 08/22/2002 1:39:57 AM PDT by kattracksEdited on 05/26/2004 5:08:13 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
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But not so far as to be fatal. Thank God.
You can actually see it turning back now, with the current occupants of the WH leading by example, though there's a long way to go, I'm afraid.
Still it is refreshing to see an American President who is obviously in love with his wife, that wife being obviously in love with him, them being supportive of each other rather than choking on ambition, and the whole White House apparently regaining its dignity.
And yes, Hitlery is the new darling, and we have Chelz to look forward to as well...
The Sunday Times once speculated that Chelsea will get into politics like her mother and father. I hope not - my hope is that she settles down with some nice doctor....in Outer Mongolia. ;)
Isn't Canada a democracy? Am I missing something here?
It seems that Europeans never learn. They must be more susceptible to propaganda than Americans. It seems they are always floating in a morass of socialism never to learn from their past mistakes. They better wake up before it's too late.
I look at the u.k. as a sign of some of the bizarre liberal schemes we can expect in the u.s. within the next 10-20 years. It is a great shame; I really enjoy the time I spend in the UK (especially Northumbria and Scotland)
"The Metropolitan Police Force is to drop the crown and cross from its insignia for non-Christian officers because of objections from a Muslim recruit."
"A furious row is set to erupt between Britain and Europe over proposed legislation to make car drivers responsible for all accidents involving cyclists - even when the bike rider has broken the law and is in the wrong. "
"The force launched the two-month amnesty following fears over the growing number of people carrying replicas. Police chiefs have said it is only a matter of time before someone carrying a fake firearm is killed by armed officers:
:The British also face the unpleasant prospect of being tried by European prosecutors for offenses that are not crimes in Britain. A few days ago Law Lord Richard Scott asked the government to give more careful thought to the European arrest warrant. The warrant does not require evidence and would permit British citizens to be extradited to Europe for interrogation should they be suspected of crimes such as racism and xenophobia (fear or hatred of foreigners). Surely this spells the end of soccer.:
(did this above issue ever come to pass? http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/581137/posts
Youngsters who behave badly or commit trivial misdemeanours will be put on the confidential register so that they can be monitored and supervised throughout childhood. "
The Labour Party itself is divided on the issue. What Blair wants is likely to have very little to do with what he gets. We have a free press and the steady stream of embarassing press regarding the Euro has not gone away.
As for the others - yes madness reigns when Labour sits in office. But we recover, thrive and go on. Things looked pretty insane before Margaret Thatcher arrived, and then we had a Tory government for 18 years.
One person interviewed by Chahine in the film reportedly remarks, "The U.S. and Israel are democracies, their governments are elected by their people - thus it is legitimate to attack their people."
Another zinger, a stroke of genius! If this "logic" is taken at face value, we could never attack Iraq.
But, if you take it to the next logical conclusion, then the pure unadultered assasination of thier leader would be acceptable to them, but not to some in this country.
Now that's scary
It would have to be a blind doctor in Outer Mongolia. Deaf too, so he could tolerate visits from his mother in law.
Could someone explain how saving Chile from a Communist dictator has anything at all to do with 9/11?
The blind doctor would have to have no living female relatives in order to survive the father in law. I suspect Weird Bill arrives anywhere and asks himself, "Where are the honeys". ;)
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