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Anyone who votes b probably has very poor working definitions of "patriotism" and "treason."
Quote from: rhombot on March 19, 2006, 05:59:16 AMagainst the individuals protesting. but this kind of boldness might make it harder to wage wars.it would also reinforce in many people's minds the impression that being anti-war is treasonous, especially if such sabotage resulted in troop casualties.
against the individuals protesting. but this kind of boldness might make it harder to wage wars.
Quote from: HD on March 19, 2006, 11:15:45 AMAnyone who votes b probably has very poor working definitions of "patriotism" and "treason."You have not yet mastered Newspeak! "Patriotism" and "treason," like all other words, mean whatever supreme leader says they mean! Julie can explain it better than me.See:Clean Skies act ----> More air pollutionNo child left behind ----> more children left behind"Brownie you're doing a heck of a job" ------> Brownie you're an idiot"When you hear us talking about wiretapping we're talking about getting a warrant" ---------> We don't need no stinkin' warrants."The terrorists hate us because of our freedom" ---------> We have to destroy our freedoms to fight the terrorists
Do these anti-war protests actually accomplish anything?