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Dishonest Educators

Murph25 Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 9:17 AM
I think quite a few Congressman got through public education and got elected. Remember, the Island of Guam will tip over if we put more soldiers on it? How about the 'Good and Plenty' clause in the Constitution?
jimmylynn Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 11:49 AM
Murph,
Yes.....I watched that video. It was amazing to me that someone sitting on a Congressional committee was asking a government expert if an island would tip over after a maximum population capacity was reached. What really amazed me after that was no one in a white suit came to remove the representative from the chamber or test them for drug usage.
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