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WAKE UP We are approaching the point of no return in terms of what makes this nation great Now we have already leaped grossly past the barrier or morality and decency in our society but one of the few things that we have always been able to depend on is slowly slipping out of our grasp Am I crazy Thats a possibility but lets leave that for another time Every little disjointed fragmented thought from Donald Rummy Rumsfeld or from our drug-enthusiast president soon to be dictator sickens me We are following blindly into the shadows of the unknown Every reporter is labeled unpatriotic and purposely not allowed to do their jobs by reporting from the front lines We believe every single lie that is spoon-fed to us by the military and the US government WE HAVE LATE BREAKING NEWS from the pulpit of MIGHT known as the White House There is another stem added to the already corrupted governmental system This one is called the Department of Strategic Influence which states that the government can and will whimsically decide whether it will lie or tell us the truth on matters of importance to usPoint of mention this is why Daniel Pearle had to go into Pakistan on his own to find his story We are to the point of the 50s with McCarthyism but now instead of being in fear of being called Communist we have to cower in the presence being unpatriotic We are perpetuating things that dont need to be prolonged for the benefit of one boy one ego and one exaggerated axis of power Prediction we will be in a permanent state of war for Bushs sake because he is cunning in way He saw what happened to his father when he took time to lay his head off the table of pleasure He witnessed that once George Bush I ended the war and had to
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