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Ideal candidate for uncovering secret wiretapping, prisoners, and other things.
Posted by: SteveJobs
Date: December 23, 2005 12:08PM
[www.ldnews.com]

She can start small by busting the bubble of protection (or ignorant bliss) afforded to our children, and work her way up to exposing everything.
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Re: Ideal candidate for uncovering secret wiretapping, prisoners, and other things.
Posted by: RgrF
Date: December 23, 2005 05:18PM
SteveJobs Wrote:
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> >
> She can start small by busting the bubble of
> protection (or ignorant bliss) afforded to our
> children, and work her way up to exposing
> everything.

One thing is certain, she'll never work for Fox News.
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Re: Ideal candidate for uncovering secret wiretapping, prisoners, and other things.
Posted by: x-uri
Date: December 23, 2005 07:27PM
So Rowdy is either arguing that Santa Claus is a real person, alive today, residing at the North Pole (which raises questions about why he isn't more concerned about Global Warming)

-- or --

He is arguing that the Bush administration never issued orders to perform warrentless wiretaps, or (I am guessing "torture" or "abuse") prisoners, or any of the other things (by which he may mean; ignore the Uniform Code of Military Justice, violate the "quaint" Geneva Conventions, collect intelligence on Peace Activists, etc. None of which "things" they deny having done -- asserting only that President had the authority to do them).

-- or --

He is arguing that alerting the voting public to these (uncontested) facts about the Bush administration is as cruel as telling a 6 year old child that there is no Santa Claus.

Whatever the case, he's like a one man Fox news focus group; not interested in facts, incompetent to draw conclusions from what he hears or reads, and incapable of processing information that does not comport with his prejudices.

As for the linked article: Ms. Farrisi is a jerk. She should have made her objections to the lesson plan known to the administrators and asked to be allowed to teach an alternate lesson that day. Elizabeth Schaeffer who "giggl[ed] with satisfaction at the thought of Farrisi opening her letter, which enclosed a photocopy of Francis P. Church’s Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus is an idiot, and so is her daughter who still believes in Santa, even after being told that he died in 343 AD.




Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/23/2005 07:28PM by x-uri.
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Re: Ideal candidate for uncovering secret wiretapping, prisoners, and other things.
Posted by: Michael
Date: December 24, 2005 06:38AM
x-uri Wrote:
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> So Rowdy is either arguing that Santa Claus is a
> real person, alive today, residing at the North
> Pole (which raises questions about why he isn't
> more concerned about Global Warming)
>
> -- or --
>
> He is arguing that the Bush administration never
> issued orders to perform warrentless wiretaps, or
> (I am guessing "torture" or "abuse") prisoners, or
> any of the other things (by which he may mean;
> ignore the Uniform Code of Military Justice,
> violate the "quaint" Geneva Conventions, collect
> intelligence on Peace Activists, etc. None of
> which "things" they deny having done -- asserting
> only that President had the authority to do
> them).
>
> -- or --
>
> He is arguing that alerting the voting public to
> these (uncontested) facts about the Bush
> administration is as cruel as telling a 6 year
> old child that there is no Santa Claus.
>
> Whatever the case, he's like a one man Fox news
> focus group; not interested in facts, incompetent
> to draw conclusions from what he hears or reads,
> and incapable of processing information that does
> not comport with his prejudices.
>
> As for the linked article: Ms. Farrisi is a jerk.
> She should have made her objections to the lesson
> plan known to the administrators and asked to be
> allowed to teach an alternate lesson that day.
> Elizabeth Schaeffer who "giggl with satisfaction
> at the thought of Farrisi opening her letter,
> which enclosed a photocopy of Francis P. Church’s
> Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus is an idiot,
> and so is her daughter who still believes in
> Santa, even after being told that he died in 343
> AD.
>
>
>
>
> Edited 1 times. Last edit at 12/23/05 07:28PM by
> x-uri.


Boy, is this ever compelling. I think I'm convinced!
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Re: Ideal candidate for uncovering secret wiretapping, prisoners, and other things.
Posted by: x-uri
Date: December 24, 2005 09:39AM
Convinced of what, exactly?

That there is no Santa Claus, or that Rowdy is as thick as two planks?
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Re: Ideal candidate for uncovering secret wiretapping, prisoners, and other things.
Posted by: Jimmypoo
Date: December 24, 2005 10:34PM
I'm convinced I don't understand the point anyone is making here!

You guys need to focus on more important things... like what we are doing about the invasion of US Air Space tonight.

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It takes a very sick person to ruin Christmas for a bunch of kids.
Posted by: liberal weenie
Date: December 25, 2005 01:03AM
What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?


Claustrophobic.


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Re: Ideal candidate for uncovering secret wiretapping, prisoners, and other things.
Posted by: SteveJobs
Date: March 01, 2006 01:01PM
LOL



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