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Well, with the hunt for Bin Laden still underway, and the war in Afghanastan appearing to be winding down, Americans appear to be turning their attention back to our most feared foe-our own corrupt politicians.
Does this mean our country is returning to its regular rut? Back to the vacuous lives of idiotic celebrities and their schmaltzy lives. Back to the Gary Conditt scandall? Back to all the idiotically trivial crap that we call issues?
People do look like they are starting to fly, but not many?
And aviation should be a big issue. What's all this about allowing high-school drop-outs be airport security screeners? Isn't it partially the grose incompitance of these people that got us into this mess in the first place, and now they want to make it worse????
-- Okie Dan (email@example.com), January 14, 2002
I can see we all watch the news here.
-- Bob Knob (Bob@Knob.com), January 14, 2002.
Well duh. But seriously, Bob, who do you fear most, the Taliban or our own elected sleeze propagators?
-- Okie Dan (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 14, 2002.
I am afraid of murderers.
-- (email@example.com), January 15, 2002.
Well if you have came to some-what of an understanding about me... You would kinda notice I brainlesly fear no one.... but to put some sort of an answer to your question. I hate the american government today, everybody knows that all the leaders are all puppets being controlled by strings witch the american people cant even touch. If the Taliban was in controll of are government things would be allot worse thoe. I know the american government will milk the shit out of this fear thing untill all are rights are taken away if they have the chance to. It is very much a big fat load of turd poo ---I agree
-- Bob Knob (Bob@Knob.com), January 15, 2002.
Your media corporations have control over the minds of the people of America. It is they who should be stripped of power first, in favour of true "fair & balanced" reporting & news coverage. Everything else will follow.
-- Paul Anthony Clappison (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 01, 2003.