[geeks] Marijuana Legalization
mh1272 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 16:22:16 CDT 2007
Remember to add Black Hawk Down to Clinton's "Nobody died when Clinton lied"
A year or so after the slaughter of our Sargent's in Somolia because they
were not supplied with the appropriate and requested armored vehicles, the
Clinton White House admitted that the White House denied the request.
Previously, they had blamed the military for not requesting the vehicles and
the Congress for not appropriate. It turned out the military asked,
Congress funded the request, and the Clinton White House denied the request!
This makes Hilliary's recent tirade about Bush/Congress not providing for
the troops a BIG HYPOCRISY!
And don]'t forget Mr. McDougal--he was denied appropriate medical while in
prison. The denial of the medicine hastened his death. You will remember
his testimony against the Clinton's Whitewater venture. The ex-Mrs. Dougal
was pardoned according to a list that was recently published--she refused to
testify against the Clinton and serviced about a year in jail only.
On 8/3/07, Jonathan C. Patschke <jp at celestrion.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 3 Aug 2007, Hicheal Morton wrote:
> > The Democrats of today do not want free speech; they ONLY want free
> > Democratic speech.
> Neither of the two large political parties in the US want free speech or
> freedoms of any kind.
> * Both Clinton and Bush enforced "free speech zones".
> * Both Clinton and Bush grew the BATFE.
> * Both Clinton and Bush grew the IRS.
> * "Nobody died when Clinton lied"? Tell that to the Bosnians and to
> all the other folks he bomed.
> * Under Clinton, we had the "Telecommunications Decency Act". Under
> Bush, we have widespread censorship of libraries.
> * Then we have this little jewel:
> The interesting bit is that it applies to people "...purported to
> act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, any person whose
> property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this
> A couple of weeks ago, in Asheville, NC, a man was assaulted by a
> deputy for flying a flag upside-down. A few weeks before that, a man
> sat in jail in Michigan because his yard wasn't green enough.
> The problem is a lot bigger than which political football team scores a
> touchdown in any given election. They're both ate up with assholes who
> think we need more government and less personal sovereignty.
> Jonathan Patschke ) "When they turn the pages of history, when these
> Elgin, TX ( days have passed long ago, will they read of us
> USA ) with sadness for the seeds that we let grow?
> - ( --Neil Peart, "A Farewell to Kings"
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