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Best troll ever.
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No.707504 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
/n/ this lady is an ultra-american, ex-FBI fascist running for a legislative seat in Texas. you know what to do…

E-Mail
Viv Sullivan — viv@vivsullivan.org
Treasurer, Cheryl Vernon — cheryl@vivsullivan.org
Mailing Address
Viv Sullivan Campaign
P.O. Box 2332
Round Rock, TX 78680

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Keyes assails Obama’s abortion views

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A day after jumping into the Illinois Senate race, two-time presidential hopeful Alan Keyes ripped into Democratic rival Barack Obama, saying his views on abortion are “the slaveholder’s position.”

The conservative former diplomat said Obama’s vote against a bill that would have outlawed a form of late-term abortion denied unborn children of their equal rights. Both candidates — one an outspoken conservative and the other a favorite of party liberals — are black.

“I would still be picking cotton if the country’s moral principles had not been shaped by the Declaration of Independence,” Keyes said. He said Obama “has broken and rejected those principles — he has taken the slaveholder’s position.”

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5654128/
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No.707366 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
I'm not a regular around here but I've got some questions.
1) Why are Europeans so much smarter than fat redneck Americans?
2) Why are fundamentalist Christians so stupid and fat and redneck and greatest threat to the planet? Why couldn't they do something else?
3) Why are people who deny stupid fat American rednecks in their SUVs are causing global warming so stupid fat and redneck?
4) Why do people insist on living their hollow meaningless fat stupid redneck American consumerist lives when they could be out making a difference, breaking glass ceilings, reinforcing social justice?
5) Why are Americans so much dumber than Europeans? Is it because of their fat redneckitude or their complete lack of culture?
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Update: Larry Sinclair Accepts WhiteHouse.com $100,000 Polygraph Challenge

The truth will set you free they say, but the truth plus $100,000 will set you even freer. That's the conclusion our good friend Larry Sinclair has come to after considering the offer we made him yesterday: $10,000 to take a polygraph test over his Barack Obama sex and drugs claims, and $100,000 if he passes it.

After communicating via email to work out the logistics of the challenge, we were able to reach an agreement. Now, the plan is to get together with Sinclair and one of the best polygraph experts in the country, and ask him some questions – with the camera rolling, of course. As more details are made available we will post it here.

The results of the whole thing will be posted right here on Whitehouse.com. Our pockets lighter by either ten grand or ten times that amount, we'll all have a better sense of what to make of Sinclair's almost-too-unbelievable-to-be-unbelievable allegations against a Senator who is poised, perhaps, to make history.
Mr Sinclair has put up instead of shutting up so we will see which way the chips fall.

http://www.whitehouse.com/NewsComments.aspx?start=&NewsID=109
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Will she be our next president of thee JEWNITED STATES??
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No.707426 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Is this true /n/?

Washington refuses to accept responsibility for Agent Orange

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Long after the last bullet has been fired in a war, unexploded bombs, landmines and toxic chemicals continue to maim and kill civilians. This is particularly true of the Vietnam war. Three decades after US soldiers and diplomats scrambled aboard the last planes out of Saigon in April 1975, the toxins they left behind still poison Vietnam. Relations with the United States have been normalised since the 1990s, but the denial of justice to the victims of Agent Orange remains a major bone of contention.

Not only are Vietnamese still maimed from treading on unexploded bombs, they are also victims of this insidious scourge that poisons water and food supplies, causing various cancers and crippling deformities. Eighty million litres of Agent Orange were sprayed on the jungles of Vietnam, destroying swathes of irreplaceable rainforest through massive defoliation and leaving a toxic trail of dioxin contamination in the soil for decades. The legacy of this chemical warfare can even be inflicted on the unborn, with Agent Orange birth deformities now being passed on to a third generation.

In the 3,160 villages in the southern part of Vietnam within the Agent Orange spraying zone, 800,000 people continue to suffer serious health problems and are in need of constant medical attention. Last month, members of a US Vietnamese working group reported that it will cost at least $14m to remove dioxin residues from just one site around the former US airbase in Danang. The cost of a comprehensive clean-up around three dioxin hotspots and former US bases is estimated at around $60m. The $3m pledged by US Congress last year is a pathetically inadequate amount set against the billions spent in waging war and deploying weapons of mass destruction.
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