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Jul. 6th, 2005 03:04 pm
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The souls of our children are screaming,screaming for justice and end to the pain. Will you seek refuge in the arms of the liberals who will most definatly protect you before they protect the innocent babes? I believe in an eye for an eye. The jail time criminals spend need to get tougher. Take away the tax paid for t.v. sets. Make it more military. Kick the liberals off the seats and get back to linching.
# posted by llongoria0 : 6:29 PM

He got away with his crimes because of liberal laws. We can stop things like this but only if we accept whatever Bush tells us. We must do whatever our president tells us.
# posted by Bush Supporter : 6:27 PM

I think we all need to wave the flag and support Bush because of this incident. I'm ready to lose more freedom, Bush. Have at it!
# posted by Anonymous : 2:15 PM

Oh, and this guy was a democrat. I think all the democrats should be put on a watch list since most of them are molestors and rapists anyway.
# posted by Anonymous : 2:56 PM

PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN PEOPLE! If your neighbor is a democrat you had better keep a close eye on them and for gods sakes DONT LET THEM AROUND YOUR KIDS! Democrats are KNOW child abusers!!
# posted by Anonymous : 3:00 PM

Well, then. It's nice to know the lynch mob mentality and blaming the "Liberals" for everything from high gas prices to murders is in full swing. Gotta keep up that status quo, you know.

The liberals are probably to blame for Toyota putting a second car manufacturing plant in Ontario instead of Arkansas, too. Their reason is, He said Nissan and Honda have encountered difficulties getting new plants up to full production in recent years in Mississippi and Alabama due to an untrained - and often illiterate - workforce. In Alabama, trainers had to use "pictorials" to teach some illiterate workers how to use high-tech plant equipment. Kind of makes me wonder what it's going to be like after the "No Child Left Behind" gets into full swing...

But hey! I found the Hallelujah diet!
I've seen this story everywhere, about the man who tried to come into the US with a bloody chainsaw. Everyone seems to be freaking out over it. "Why did they let him in the United States?!" "They should have stopped him!" "OMG How could they let in this guy from CANADA! It's so obvious he's a killer!" Even in the article itself: At a time when the United States is tightening its borders, how could a man toting what appeared to be a bloody chain saw be allowed into the country?

Lesson #1, people: US border guards are NOT allowed to detain US CITIZENS from entering the country. The man was an American, they confiscated his weapons, finger-printed him, did everything possible to check for law-breaking, which is all they can do. They CANNOT lawfully detain a US citizen.

"So," you say, "We should have better border security! People like that should not be allowed into the country!"

Think about it for a second. Do you really want the border guards (who are already far too self-important, in my opinion), having more power than they already do? Laws are there to protect Americans from unlawful detention. They are there so that if you, an American citizen, are entering the country and happen to be carrying contraband and not know it (201 cigarettes, for example, or prescription drugs for personal use bought in Canada), you will not be incarcerated and held without being charged. Remember that? That's illegal. And before you say, "OMG what do YOU know?", I'm an American citizen and I've gone through the border atleast 12 times in a year, and familiarized myself with most of the laws regarding traveling, exporting, importing, gifts, and immigration laws from both sides of US/Canada border.

Saying "we shouldn't allow an American citizen into the country because he looks evil!" is a very dangerous thing, in my opinion. I hope some people remember that before they go off on how we should have some more laws that cover that sort of thing.


May. 19th, 2005 06:30 pm
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The Canadian budget passed, Steve just told me. The government is (still) intact, and Stephen Harper must be so, so non-smirky today. Hah.


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