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i think its time to look for another planet, dudes

ps: anyone may comment on my blog, except spiteful republicans [try
3rd Nov 2004, 16:56  

pieceoplastic says:

to all the non-republicans who commented on my previous post: i am sorry but i had to delete that post. it pissed me off too much.

3rd Nov 2004, 17:00

pieceoplastic says:

i soooo agree. dude. so true

3rd Nov 2004, 21:28

jojoz77 says:

It's at times like this that we need Kissenger to come along to persuade the american armed forces to commit a coup d'etat and put Nelson Mandela in charge of the USA .....except, no, he's too much of a girlie Liberal!

4th Nov 2004, 16:09

pieceoplastic says:

god less america

4th Nov 2004, 19:35

Alfie says:

oooh, well spotted there pop.

4th Nov 2004, 19:40

mat says:

There should be a basic local and world current affairs test you have to pass before you can vote. Informed democracy would work. Probably.

America just hasn't been told about all the nasty shit Bush has been up to, and they've been blinded by the "War on Terror" lie. Not to mention the big pile of other lies. The whole situation in the US reminds me of two things: the cia-fabricated reports about life in Communist Russia during the cold war; and George Orwell's 1984. Pretty scary.

Everyone should search the internet for a BBC programme called "The Power of Nightmares" It explains a lot of things, including how Al Queda didn't even exist until after the US needed someone to blame for 9/11. They still don't really exist.

I've decided that, seeing as I can't do anything about it, the best thing to do is to just ignore it. Go on, pretend everything's groovy. Bush isn't steering America and the rest of the world on a course for certain destruction at all. Everything's fine.

See. That's much nicer, isn't it?

4th Nov 2004, 19:52

Alfie says:

much, and it lets us join Jon Stewarts internal universe without having to even pack bags.


4th Nov 2004, 19:59

pieceoplastic says:

right on mat. its all sweet and groovy. lets all get nekkid and start the revolution, baby...

yet one more question: lady_remo said they have a right to their opinion.
but can it really be called "their opinion" if they were manipulated into having it by the fearmongering media and the bush administration?

4th Nov 2004, 20:07

mat says:

Yes, but their vote is invalid. Anyone can have a badly formed opinion, but voting without being properly informed about what you're voting for is an affront to the very concept of democracy.

4th Nov 2004, 20:10

pieceoplastic says:

zactly. did really just 62 million brainwashed zombies vote for bush, or was that just a bad dream and we should go back to frolicking in the fields nekkid....

4th Nov 2004, 20:13

mat says:


4th Nov 2004, 20:16

Dude says:

Republicans are made of death.

8th Jun 2008, 18:42

lady_remo says:

Nah, they are entitled to their opinion and even though I disagree with it completely, they still get to have it :(

When will people learn, democracy doesn't work

8th Jun 2008, 18:43

Dude says:

Nothing ever works.

8th Jun 2008, 18:43