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The simple answer to the headline is this: If a professional infection control intensive care nurse in Dallas couldn't stay safe, then the they are obviously NOT safe.
It MUST have been a breach in protocol, because, God knows, there can be no other possible explanation.
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FBI Identifies 'Jihadi John'

DaveZ2 Wrote: Sep 26, 2014 12:26 PM
Well said!
You are just slightly south of delusional, or, you're being ironically humorous and I'm not getting it. Your reference to the genius of Kanye West is what makes me uncertain.
I got the impression from all the posts about it on facebook - complete with Benghazi pictures and comments about crazy Republican conspiracy theories - was that it was fully declassified and laid to rest all suspicions voiced by Republicans - that it "proved" them all wrong. Glad I read this column to remind me that it's only Democrats saying so and the report is still classified!
I got the impression from all the posts about it on facebook - complete with Benghazi pictures and comments about crazy Republican conspiracy theories - was that it was fully declassified and laid to rest all suspicions voiced by Republicans - that it "proved" them all wrong. Glad I read this column to remind me that it's only Democrats saying so and the report is still classified!
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World Leader Pretend

DaveZ2 Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 12:39 PM
I think it's quite entertaining to read the comments of all the readers that seemed to miss a major point of this essay - that naive projection of one's own passionate political world view happens in the young (and drunken) person. Here we have lyrics wholely unrelated to politics - a poetic description of the guarded self - deeply belived to be about Ronald Reagan, nuclear disarmament, star wars, and so forth. Missing that in Mike's column today leaves one with the impression that he actually still believes the song to have been political.
The roar of their engines is supposed to remind the government in Washington that POWs were abandoned in Indochina 40 years ago and that the bikers know the government has been lying about it ever since.
Every year since the mid-1990s and most years, in smaller numbers, since the Wall was dedicated. Is it political? Since the government has betrayed the many POWs that remained behind in South East Asia and continued to lie about it for 41 years, I suppose one could say there just might be a political aspect to it. I love the false choice you offer susielee, "is it political, or do they do this every year?" It's not either/or. It is both, and it is a just cause.
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