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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
Bet he still thinks he's going to be President, someday, too.
Got to go with Mike on this one. I bet if high gov't officals had to go through a pat down it would stop. Let Obama have someone put their hand down his pants and squeeze his nuts and see how he likes it.
Uh,Try to keep up harp.Boy, that's original.http://booksbikesboomsticks.blogspot.com/2010/11/step-up-and-show-some-leadership-mr.html
Hey, you could look at it as at least he's taking your suggestions...
Even if the First Family does get to go through the commoners' peep-n-grope, does anybody think that they'll get the same experience as the rest of us?No, what we need is for some USAF E-3 to decide that principles are more important than his career and deliver the "enhanced pat-down" personally.
Tam: You could apply the same logic to the national healthcare debacle as well as a number of other things our 'Betters' in Washington deem fit for us, but not for them...All The Best,Frank W. James
Temple Grandin said it best, years ago, when she met B.F. Skinner in his office, and he put his hand on her thigh: "You may look, but you may not touch!"
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