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To: lorne who wrote (1771)9/2/2002 3:14:23 AM
From: Andy Thomas  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 3959
i see you listed me as supporting an enemy... is that really what you think i've been doing?

if so, would that be foreign or domestic enemies?

it is simply to me that so much of what is going on seems so strange... like the official story really doesn't wash any more... so is my questioning any of that... does that make me an enemy of the united states? if that is the case then perhaps the 'terrorists' have won already...

again, if you take away freedom of speech, the terrorists have already won... for then what is it that we are protecting?

if you want to nuke or gas or steamroll somebody... go for it! i for one am getting sick of all of the posturing... you want to steamroll iraq and saudi arabia... let's go then!

if we win easily, then perhaps the economy surges with the advent of cheap oil... perhaps on the other hand it is world war iii... either one is fine with me.... i know it's not 'all good' but i know it's 'all god...'

and in any event the white house - and all other positions of high office within any of the myriad 'priesthoods'... they're all charades... and if that makes me un-american then i'll live and die with that.....

To: lorne who wrote (1771)9/2/2002 3:31:00 PM
From: blind alley racer  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 3959

I do not take what you or others say personally and rarely get pissed off. Everything is cool.

As far as who the enemy is, I question who is the enemy and if it is the Arabs, how they became to be that way.

If our government decides to clamp down on free speech, I do not think there are enough prisons to hold those who violate the the executive orders.

Glad to hear you are not paranoid, neither am I.