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An Overdue Book

anglers reward Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 8:03 AM
Books? Who reads them? Bills, passed in Congress? Politicians don't read those either. Like the Russian News wrote, obama and most other politicians were elected by the ILLITERATE voters in America. Of course with the 'help' of sweet lies, entertainment, class-warfare and good old voter fraud. Our society has 'changed', where the majority of people would rather go to a Holiday Party offerring 'FREE' food, drinks and door prizes for all, than being at a Family and Friends Party celebrating and being Thankful for a Holiday of our Faith and the Republic "For Which We Stand".
Fooling Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 8:27 AM
I do not stand for this Republic anymore. Because it is no longer a Republic. It is a totalitarian society if or base of comparison is when I grew up. Though not as bad as some such places, yet.
But I do believe in being thankful for what we have.
Fooling Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 8:27 AM
I do not stand for this Republic anymore. Because it is no longer a Republic. It is a totalitarian society if or base of comparison is when I grew up. Though not as bad as some such places, yet.
But I do believe in being thankful for what we have.
Fooling Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 8:27 AM
I do not stand for this Republic anymore. Because it is no longer a Republic. It is a totalitarian society if or base of comparison is when I grew up. Though not as bad as some such places, yet.
But I do believe in being thankful for what we have.
downtherabbithole Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 8:22 AM
Would enjoy seeing more comments as eloquently stated as this one. Anglers Reward, I plan on sharing your thoughts with my family and friends often.

Regards,
Rabbit
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