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Ryuukotseiz_SITHLORD

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#1 11 years ago

Honestly I can't believe those *protesters* are trying to prevent the new health care system from happening, What the heck was that charade in Philadelphia? Most of them don't even LIVE in PA. Radicals put them up to it, I doubt they'd have done it by choice, money is a dangerous weapon. Sadly Americans will believe those fools, the average American at least.

Your thoughts on the radical *protesters*?




Von Mudra

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#2 11 years ago

But of course, protesters of private insurance companies, anti-war, anti-capitalism, etc..., are perfectly fine, sane, rational people who should be listened to and respected, while anyone who says the opposite is bought and sold by a generic, undefinable group of "radicals" who want to destroy the world.

Right.




Ryuukotseiz_SITHLORD

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#3 11 years ago

Boy am I slow..




Buddy Jesus

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#4 11 years ago
Ryuukotseiz_SITHLORD;4966082 Sadly Americans will believe those fools, the average American at least. Your thoughts on the radical *protesters*?

Well better to believe these fools than the ones in the White house.




Scientist Dr. Professor

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#5 11 years ago

You mean there might actually be people out there who don't want the government running their health care? What a shocker!




NCC1017spock

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#6 11 years ago

Ryuukotseiz_SITHLORD;4966082Honestly I can't believe those *protesters* are trying to prevent the new health care system from happening, What the heck was that charade in Philadelphia? Most of them don't even LIVE in PA. Radicals put them up to it, I doubt they'd have done it by choice, money is a dangerous weapon. Sadly Americans will believe those fools, the average American at least.

Your thoughts on the radical *protesters*?

Hey bud, I live in PA, and my family is also right-wing :mad:, did I mention I live right out side philadelphia? I think you sound like an ass right now. And I also think you dont have two shitt's of an idea on what your talking about. So you sir are the fool.




Sadim-Al-Bouncer

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#7 11 years ago
Hey bud, I live in PA, and my family is also right-wing :mad:, did I mention I live right out side philadelphia? I think you sound like an ass right now. And I also think you dont have two shitt's of an idea on what your talking about. So you sir are the fool.

Amen




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#8 11 years ago

I'd rather have nationwide healthcare funded by the government then not be able to afford healthcare from a corrupt insurance company or the like.

Granted, instating (or even talking about doing so) a nationwide plan right now is incredibly asinine.

Ideally they'd start working on the highspeed rail systems they've been talking about, which would give more job opportunities therefore giving more cash to the populace to fund the health plan and to steady us out financially.




Von Mudra

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#9 11 years ago
SeinfeldRules;4966110You mean there might actually be people out there who don't want the government running their health care? What a shocker!

You're wrong Seinfeld, all those who protest against such a thing do so only after payment and blackmail by the radicals, who themselves are run by the Illuminati, to further their plans of global depopulation!




Sadim-Al-Bouncer

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#10 11 years ago

I call for revolution!