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Re: What do you see as the greatest threat to world peace? (Score: 0)
by charlie Chuck D Paul on Tuesday, January 28 @ 14:33:58 UTC
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I would fight to protect my right to smoke pot in my cabin. What is wrong with me living my life as I see fit. Bush is supposedly the presedent a man who must ignore his own wants and needs and legislate for the people. He says i can't do things like smoke pot in my cabin. I have never said bush shouldn't go fight iraq. I said the US army shouldn't because the represent me equally as curious geogre. And so what if i dont want a job. Who made you god. I have my view of the world that i think is right and obviously you have yours that must include that killing is ok for a cause which only you and maybe george and in charge of dictating what is evil and not

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