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twitomy Donating Member (756 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Aug-05-09 12:48 PM
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28. Faux outrage?
Peaceful disruptions are the hallmark of non-violent protest is it not? These people seem truly pissed to me, so I dont get the "Faux Outrage". They are only protesting in their own self(ish)-interest. I mean, isnt that what people should do? Often here is read the lamentations
of knowing people vote for Repubs "against their own interests" These people like things the way they are and want to keep it that way. I think they are wrong, but I'm not going persecute them. Thats kinda un-American.
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