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For some reason it seems so true The truth in the statement you never know what you have until you do not have it anymore is so over-powering It almost turns around to just slap you in the face When you have what you never knew meant so much you always wonder why it is there and sometimes you even start to ponder over its existence When these times occur you have to stop and look the world in the eyes to see the differences that portray themselves as being politically correct As for being politically correct Only politics can truly be politically correct If you just look at the word politically it in itself states politics Therefore does that not mean that it pertains solely to politics If politically correct simply sticks with the political state then should so many people use it within papers like this one No They should not because a paper of this standard has nothing to do with politics Politics have a lot of meaning in society although most of politics are one hundred percent bullshit anyway pardon my French With this in mind we must search the meaning of government The governmental party is full of lazy academically successful people that have nothing better to do then sit around in an oval office trying desperately to find a corner Seriously the government is most likely hurting everyone more then helping us What is the current national debt of the United States of America That is right another pathetic rhetorical question While the government is in their little oval office sitting in their measly made up corners they ask each other these pathetic rhetorical questions hoping to find a solution to the problems of the world Terrorism is being solved with this genius attack of action While the government tries to comfort us about how they are sending all the soldiers we have to fight
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