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Blue_Roses Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-24-05 11:10 AM
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What the hell is "treasonous" about "low-lying fruit? Pompous, arrogant
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Edited on Tue May-24-05 11:36 AM by Blue_Roses
windbag. I'm so sick of these rwing "patriots" who think they own the rights to our country when someone disagrees with their politics.

Webster's defines "treasonous" as giving aid or comfort to the enemy. I watched that particular Bill Maher show and in the context of what he said, not only was it right, but it stung. The truth is, recruitment IS down. Not to mention the lies and payoffs to get people to join--which has been reported and documented. Sheesh... "treasonous"--no way...brutally honest--yep.

Since when does Representative Bachus own the rights to our first amendment? Oh, that's right, the rwing *thinks* they own the rights, when it applies to what they want. He sounds like a lot of the spoiled brats in the rwing who boo-hoo when they don't get their way or when the honest truth hurts their feelings :eyes:
Geeze...give me an effing break :eyes:

Here's his email address if you want to tell him to leave your first amendment rights ALONE and stop his belly-aching!
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