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The fact that you are asking for a law to prevent someone from writing anything proves how insignificant you are and shows how your liberal bullshit will go to no end to promote your "I feel it so I must be right" crap no matter how ridiculous you statement might be. So, he has an opinion.. what do you call yours? And this is mine, your stupidity is obvious. By the way before you condemn conservatives, know your facts on who has actual control over the budget during the down times and which ones actually tried to correct it. I dare you to find out all the way back to Carter...Magna Carta, do you even know what that is, do you even know the Constitution.. on yeah apparently not, you wanted a law to shut somebody up.. Jackass!

Jeez, Dan, a li'l touchy this morning, ain't yah? Running out of orphans to foreclose on?

I keep forgetting that wingnuts are so humor-challenged they think Jon Swift is one of them.

you forgot to add "the importance of keeping your head down and sucking up to teh establishment" as one of the things he'd be qualified to write about.


also lol@dan. someone needs to get their silly bone checked out. it might be missing zomg!

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