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    Re: Questioning our governments honesty?

    It depends.

    An accusation of corruption that is realistic will not receive the tag of "conspiracy theory"/

    An accusation of corruption that is mind-bogglingly retarded will receive the tag of "conspiracy theory".

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    Re: Questioning our governments honesty?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    It depends.

    An accusation of corruption that is realistic will not receive the tag of "conspiracy theory"/

    An accusation of corruption that is mind-bogglingly retarded will receive the tag of "conspiracy theory".
    and anything Tucker says that isn't intended to be a joke, always turns out to be one.

    LOL LOL
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    Re: Questioning our governments honesty?

    Quote Originally Posted by toshi2 View Post
    Ah, the Weekly World News; gone, but not forgotten.

    The basic difference between conservatives and liberals, in my opinion, is that liberals have a flawed understanding of human nature. They tend to believe in Utopian fantasies.

    Some of this artificial remodeling started with Margaret Mead, who sailed off to the tropics with an agenda: to prove to her family that a woman didn't have to get married and have children.

    Not surprisingly, her "findings" followed that theme. Mead was so dense, she didn't even realize it when teen girls in Samoa were putting her on - and she left believing that going through puberty in that part of the world, was no big deal!

    This model - that there are hardly any gender differences, and we're all just as nice as care bears inside - has caused massive trouble.
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    Re: Questioning our governments honesty?

    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Enemy View Post
    and anything Tucker says that isn't intended to be a joke, always turns out to be one.

    LOL LOL
    I say things that aren't intended to be jokes?!?!?!?

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    Re: Questioning our governments honesty?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Uhhhhhhhhhh
    What?
    If humans are inherently kind, cooperative, gentle and non- aggressive, they would need one type of government;

    If they are inherently selfish, status-oriented, envious, and occasionally violent, they would need another type.

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