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  • Congress Gang Bangs Lady Liberty 9 comments
    Dec 14, 2011 8:46 PM
    In a truly bipartisan gesture of unity today, Congress passed the National Defense Authorization Act and celebrated by stripping the Statue Of Liberty naked, hawking her expensive copper gown, and screwing her sexy orifices.

    John McCain spoke for everyone when he said, "I've had my eye on that freedom loving slut ever since I made it to DC. We're gonna make her squeal like a pig! Ain't that right Lindsey?"

    The Senator from South Carolina, however did not respond as he was balls deep in Liberty's anus. 

    A more sober Harry Reid said that "it's not so much about defiling liberty and all that fun stuff, it's about having the ability to throw people in prison, without a trial, that don't agree with you and your banking pals, that find Republics get in the damn way of proper looting."

    Senator Schumer offered this consolation to those that were offended by this insane power grab by noting that "raping lady liberty isn't so bad when it's compared to the halting of freedom of speech that's coming soon. We've got the internet kill switch all ready to go and we proved a couple weeks ago that we can take over all the broadcast outlets whenever we feel like it."

    Speaker of the House Boehner was all smiles. "I've fucked liberty and America at the same time! Call me Boner! Call me Boner! Cause I'm gonna fuck each and every one of you!" He seemed a little drunk.

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  • optionsgirl
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    Who might be a terrorist?
    Could it be a middle-aged malcontent with a silly avitar spewing filth against the leaders of the powerful USA?
    Get him, boyz!
    Move along, please. There's nothing more to see here.
    14 Dec 2011, 10:46 PM Reply Like
  • robert.b.ferguson
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    It's a dark day in America. Let's hope that we wake up to a brighter dawn illuminated by TEA party folks, citizens with the nation's interest at heart, after the coming election.
    15 Dec 2011, 10:04 AM Reply Like
  • Mayascribe
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    Classic Hoard!

     

    You nailed this butt good!
    15 Dec 2011, 11:09 AM Reply Like
  • Dialectical Materialist
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    From Lincoln's arrest of Copperhead draft resisters without a writ of habeas corpus to the internment of Japanese Americans in WW2, I think the story is clear: when the chips are down in doesn't matter what the law says. This bill simply formalizes the way the world works, if you ask me. Yes, it's despicable, but it's not like the powers that be will be deterred by something as quaint as the Constitution anyway. Better that people know where they stand in the eyes of the State.
    16 Dec 2011, 12:56 AM Reply Like
  • yellowhoard
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    Author’s reply » The problem is that it gives the patina of credibility to those that act despicably.

     

    Tom Clancey once commented that the US military is pathologically obedient to the Executive Branch.

     

    This just makes the cognitive dissonance easier to swallow for the military when they are ordered to round up the political opponents of the regime.
    17 Dec 2011, 05:48 PM Reply Like
  • Dialectical Materialist
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    Good point. And really we DO want laws that protect our rights. We just need to understand that the laws won't actually protect our rights in all cases.
    17 Dec 2011, 07:28 PM Reply Like
  • Mayascribe
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    YH: A branch of my fam celebrated Christmas on this night a week before.

     

    At the get go, my 21 year old niece, who is smart enought graduate from high school a year early, who is studying political science at Temple, who is pretty much a straight A student, approached me tonight, and combined these thoughts: "This law, if enacted, means the government has the RIGHT to declare Marshall Law. To and toward any citizen! I'm thinking of moving to Costa Rica."

     

    Wow!

     

    That's what a 21 year old said!
    18 Dec 2011, 02:56 AM Reply Like
  • robert.b.ferguson
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    We have seen proliferation of under the radar law enforcement agencies recently as well. Some have their own courts, judges and issue their own warrants like the Department of education and GAO. http://on.wsj.com/vatB7C We also have way too many obscure laws and regulations that can land people in jail for almost anything.
    http://bit.ly/suwEgh Now we get this from CONgress? This is going to be a nightmare to deconstruct.
    19 Dec 2011, 11:16 AM Reply Like
  • yellowhoard
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    Author’s reply » "Department Of Education... Freeze motherfucker!!"
    20 Dec 2011, 09:08 AM Reply Like
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