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I love this story. Thanks, konolia.
Here's another version from Protestwarrior.com
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 6:19 AM on July 8, 2004
It's just a lie, simple as that.
LA County to Remove Cross from County Seal after ACLU Challenge
The ACLU: Just The Facts
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 6:57 AM on July 8, 2004
Heinz hate America.
Did you mean: SmartKlamp?
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 12:28 PM on July 7, 2004
Streetcars and Trolley Buses
Band Calexico to play border crossing death awareness benefit concert in City of Calexico
They just want a better life...
They can get a better life by either working hard in the country where they have citizenship, or by legally immigrating to the United States. There is no other option, and there should be no sympathy whatsoever for anyone who purposefully and flagrantly violates the immigration laws of the country in which they intent to live illegally, regardless of situation.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 3:14 PM on July 6, 2004
Buckley on Pot
First, Buckley mentions marijuana use, then legalization, and finally medical marijuana, without addressing the issue of who is going to reform existing laws. If he means to imply that the federal government should create yet another bureaucracy to regulate marijuana decriminalization, taxation, and distribution, then I wholeheartedly disagree. Several states have already decriminalized marijuana for personal use such as Alaska, or many... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 8:03 AM on July 6, 2004
Kerry picks Gephardt for VP!
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 6:39 AM on July 6, 2004
Blissymbolics ~ Handywrite ~ Teeline ~ Gregg ~ Pitman
Hyper-efficient living space.
Wormy heartland, F-word amorality
Dick Cheney. Not someone you want to F--- with.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 9:55 AM on July 4, 2004
Guerilla vs. Chimp
Foreigners hating Bush is one of the good reasons for voting for him, if you ask me.
Especially if France and Germany and the other bed-wetting lefties are among them, Spanish socialist cowards included.
Poland and others, like the Czech Republic and Hungary, Britain, Spain (pre-attack) and Italy, to name just a few, were and are supportive of Bush and his administration, especially with regard to Iraq, for good reason.... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 7:40 AM on July 4, 2004
tratorious ratfink pinko commie.
How right you are.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 7:53 AM on July 4, 2004
South Korea blocks major weblog services.
No action was taken for any of the previous videotaped atrocities by the usual suspects. *Why now?
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 1:46 PM on July 1, 2004
non-Koreans simply aren't as important as Koreans to most people here
That's only part of the equation, as Koreans aren't as important as Koreans, sometimes. I'm not buying the sqeamish angle, either, in part because of the graphic photographs of the remains of the two schoolgirls killed accidentally by an American military convoy which were plastered all over... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 7:56 AM on July 2, 2004
Big government in boardrooms, bad; in bedrooms, good
From the first link:
And those abstinence-only programs, researchers say, actually increase the risk of contracting AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
This absurd statement just flies in the face of reason, but the shrill, left-of-Chomsky, hysterical-harridan tone of the article was truly hilarious.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 6:47 AM on July 2, 2004
Abstinence works for some kids, condom use for others.
If you're engaging in sexual activity, then it's not "abstinence". That's easy.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 8:12 AM on July 2, 2004
That is because children that are only taught abstinence eventually become sexually active adults. Welcome to reality, hama7.
You must have uncovered some progressive nuance that escaped my incisive perceptions. You see, I thought we were talking about new regulations regarding HIV prevention, which include the rather painfully obvious assertion that not having sex brings the risk of HIV contraction down to about nil. Throw all... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 10:48 AM on July 2, 2004
The Good Boy
Walt Whitman Archive
maybe the animals have it right and our mania for owning things is a depraved sickness.
But we know that implementation of that philosophy has proven itself time and time again to be a depraved sickness, but feel free to go all Ghandi if you should personally choose to do so.
I'm just suggesting that he would hate today's American Spirit™
More so than every of the other... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 1:29 PM on June 30, 2004
The perversions of Michel Foucault - Roger Kimball
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 7:58 AM on June 30, 2004
By Their Bootstraps
A Crash Course in Dubyanomics
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 11:12 AM on June 29, 2004
The Reichskanzler Routine
Kerry's going to win by a fairly wide margin.
On Metafilter, maybe. Not in the real world. No effin' way.
The fairly obvious comparison between Kerry and Hitler is that they're both socialists. Who knows if that was the intent of the ad, but it should have been.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 1:32 PM on June 25, 2004
I follow all the polling very closely.
Who is taking the polls? Polls are subject to the whim of not only the poll-taker, but also whoever reports their results.
It's just too bad that Bush spends like a Democrat, because his voter base is none too pleased about that fact, but certainly not displeased enough to vote for a lying traitor who has never found an issue on which he can't make of himself an inexpensive pair of... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 2:46 PM on June 25, 2004
If this is socialism, then I can assure you that it ain't all that bad, so your fear of socialism must be wrong.
It's bad because you're no longer willing to take responsibility for your own life. It's bad because the government immorally steals from you forever and gives to whomever it sees fit, and a government does not usually shrink. It's even worse because you have been fooled into thinking that mediocrity is your destiny, and that dependency... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 6:55 PM on June 25, 2004
paying taxes is patriotism
More Taxes Bring Less Capital, Less Patriotism - M.J. Kedro
Really it's not. It's condemning your country to stunted economic growth and mediocrity, but it really depends on what you're willing to believe. Like icy hades, or the cheese-eaters, immorality can be dialed up or down to streamline enslavement in any situation.
True freedom is the absolute autonomy of the... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 8:20 PM on June 25, 2004
Firstly, rights are relative
Not if you're American, or if you believe (or have ever read) the Declaration of Independence, which explicitly outlines the nature of rights, and the states role in only protecting the rights of the individual. There are quite a few references to "Nature's God" and the "Creator" too, contrary to what you might think is there.
Individual rights are worthy of the... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 5:50 AM on June 26, 2004
The bill of rights does not include an amendment that limits taxation
The constitution made no stipulation for a federal income tax until the 16th Amendment was ratified in 1913, and which needs now to be repealed and replaced with a national sales tax. But I digress.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 11:47 AM on June 26, 2004
You're a walking tragedy, hama7.
I really should have just written your whole comment off at this point, but for the benefit of others, I endeavor to persevere.
The Constitution of the United States of America was NOT ordained by God
That's precisely the point of the Declaration of Independence, and after that, the Constitution. The rights of the individual... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 7:38 PM on June 26, 2004
then shouldn't these rights have been completely obvious, not just to me, but to all philosophers of all cultures and throughout human history?
The United States has not existed throughout history, but is the best, most powerful, fairest and wealthiest system in the history of mankind. Coincidence?
I'm poor. I need food and lodging. Whatever should I do? I know, I'll go to ...... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 6:58 AM on June 27, 2004
You know what else is interesting?
The Australian Constitution also contains the succinct phrase "humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God", included in 1898. Coincidence?
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 11:54 AM on June 27, 2004
Stumbling onto a giant mass of land with great resources probably had more to do with America surpassing Europe than anything else.
Then Africa, South America and Russia should be the three richest areas on the planet. Ever wonder why they're not?
racial make-up because no one mentioned it
You must not have read the "objectively wrong stuff like race tension" comment.... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 3:01 PM on June 27, 2004
I'm sure your contributions would not be so brashly judged if you were more polite about your views.
Please, at least he, Moore, is consistent, if just a consistently addle-brained marxist coward liar. Thank you..
And thank you, Mister Soze, for a wonderful suggestion, and for your unrestrained sanctimony.
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 10:03 AM on June 25, 2004
Could we discuss that please ? - How George W Bush claimed in writing, to Congress, that Saddam Hussein was involved with the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the US ?
The comission claims that it can find no link between Iraq and the September 11th attacks, but countless examples of contact, coordination, and cooperation between Iraq and terrorist groups including Al Qaeda exist and have been well documented. Salman Pak. Bush stated that... [more]
posted to MetaFilter by hama7 at 9:31 AM on June 26, 2004
f o u n d letters