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catmandu57 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-01-03 04:35 PM
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Ever wonder what's in your guvmint file?
You know, that secret one thats very existance is denied. The one where you could file foia's all day and never get. I wonder sometimes if we all have our own special agent assigned to us, just like a guardian angel.
Only these people aren't there to protect us, they're waiting, watching, hoping for just the right moment to slap us silly, throw us in cuffs in the back of a gitmo bound cargo plane.
Well boys, here's a little something to put in your nightly report, tell the boss that freddie sez " george w mcchimpass* is the ugliest moron that any bitchdog ever gave birth to".
That should get their blood stirring, if I'm not here tomorrow someone call the aclu, gnight pat. :hi:
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markus Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-01-03 04:52 PM
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1. Never asked for mine, but I'd be surprised if I didn't
In 1970/71, in freshman high school government class, was assigned China in a Model United Nations. I decided to represent what was then called Red China. Wrote a lot of letters to the Albanian interest section at the Unitd Nations. I can't but image that those aren't gathering dust somewhere.

In the middle 70s, I was a member of the Young Socialists (Socialist Workers Party). Unlike all of the former Trotskyists I am not a neo-con. They published a "Why I'm A Young Socialist" piece in their national newspaper, ghost written without my knowledge, with a picture. (Which pissed me off and led to my seperation from "The Party".). Can't imagine but that's sitting next to all my letters to the Albanian's asking about Red China.

Hopefully, this is all so old that it's sitting in a box in a big government warehouse next to the remains of the Ark of the Covenant.

This probably explains why I could never get pinned by the Secret Service even when I was working on the Dukakis campaign payroll. Hell, it was only Lloyd Bentson, anyway (Dukakis never came to Louisiana).

What would be fun to read is the government files on all the Neo-Com former Red Left types. I bet they get to look at their's anytime they want.
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