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Re: Bush Administration Proposes System to Monitor Internet [Re: angryshroom]
    #1164949 - 12/23/02 11:42 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)


The economy doesn't just involve the upper class white men in their large companies.

-GOD how I wish this were true!!  Unfourtunatly 50% of the money in the country does belong to the top 5% of these white men. If they sold ALL of their stock, we'd probibly have another 1920-esque market Crash. also who do you think gives funds to the soon to be presidents!!  Ya can't run without $$$$$$ And a couple mil barely puts a dent in some billionares pocket, it'd be like me giving a friend $10. Especially since it can be deducted from taxes...taxes which are cut for you, but raised for the rest of us..I could go on an on...JESUS i cant wait to move to Canada.  Just hope I make it before the Nukes start to drop.  :frown:

-I got $1000 says we get nuked before Dubbaya's next term is over in 2008..   

================================================So what's your peace of mind huh? A swiss watch? leasin' a Lex on credit? all the pussy and liquor a nigga can get..put together this puzzle, but my pieces won't fit.. {Ras kass}

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Re: Bush Administration Proposes System to Monitor Internet [Re: FatNug]
    #1164971 - 12/23/02 11:57 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Bivalve swallowed the bait big time.

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Re: Bush Administration Proposes System to Monitor [Re: Evolving]
    #1166037 - 12/23/02 11:41 PM (21 years, 4 months ago)

In reply to:

the counsel of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson who recommended against entangling and permanent alliances.

I agree it's getting scary how fast the government seems to want to take away our privacy and our freedom. However, the reference to counsel of the founding fathers is obsolete because entangling and permenant alliances are a fact of life today that will only increase. 60% of the world's crude comes from the Middle-East and we will need it twice as much as we do now in a few decades I think. China will need it too. We are the world's cop. We cannot let the middle-east fall to a dictator with WMD.

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