It's the End of Democracy as we Know It!

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  1. SuperMonkey Registered

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    Just saw a report on CNN said like 80% of American college students would give up their right to vote for an iPod touch. WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THIS COUNTRY? :csad:
     
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    Have you seen the new video ipods?!?! :eek: Plus with the way Bush stole the last 2 elections, you'd get more use out of the ipod. :o
     
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    I don't care. These people are seriously considering giving up what sets America apart from some crap-pile third world dictatorship SO THEY CAN LOOK COOL! WHAT? THE? HELL? :mad:
     
  4. Docker2.0 Watchin' you!

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    Bush is a dictator and seems to be turning this country into a 3rd world.
     
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    That's nice, but we still have RIGHTS. Are you not getting this?
     
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    Society has been set with government and big business hand in hand to ensure that the price point of life is so high that both parents have to work to keep your head above water.

    This means that kids being raised by TV and each other.

    The end result is a generation of consumer ****ing dumbasses. Just what companies need to remain profitable.
     
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    Great! So now Paris Hilton is the new american dream. Dang it! When I was growing up, it was Dusty Rhodes!! :bh:
     
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    I like that you find this funny. :yay:

    At least you'll have some comedy to through around if/when we elect the biggest moron possible.
     
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    History shows… keep em stupid, keep em broke and tell em “god said so.”

    They are easier to control.
     
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    God invented iPods?
     
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    Bush is already in office. :huh: Honestly, when the kids get older, they'll wise up. Trust me, this is a fad.
     
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    yup on the 30th night. :oldrazz:
     
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    No, Bush can be topped. [BLACKOUT]*cough*ronpaul*cough*[/BLACKOUT] Also, these kids can already vote. Yet another reason to fear for the future of the human race :csad:
     
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    Well, Ignorance can be educated, and drunkenness sobered, but stupid lasts forever. Let's hope we get lucky.
     
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    I wish I was in a position to capitalize on this
     
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    So what is your beef with Paul?

    He seems to be only sane one running. Who would you like to see in there?
     
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    Funny. I'm just not a big fan of Isolationism. :yay:
     
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    Oh I think that misnomer has been debunked already by Ron Paul publicly.

    There is a big difference between Isolationism and Nonintervention. His ideas are more along the lines of the Jeffersonian ideals of Trade and open communication with all countries. We can do this without occupying their lands.

    Last time I checked the US was not supposed to be imperialistic.
     
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    I didn't know responding correctly to a terrorist attack that killed 2,900+ citizens was considered Imperialistic.
     
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    So invading Iraq was the appropriate response?

    The past 60+ years on the US’ foreign police in the Middle East has been appropriate?

    Come on now. :whatever:
     
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    and we sure caught those guys, didn't we?
     
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    Closing, we already have a thread on this.
     
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