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Politicians: how can they be so dumb?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Fletchette, Jul 31, 2005.

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  1. Fletchette

    Fletchette Member

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    After years of pushing their "New World Order" with a borderless vision, they say something like this:

    Second Bomb Suspect Seen in Rome

     
  2. KriegHund

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    Most politicians really arent dumb. They just act that way to appease the masses as well as achieve money.
     
  3. ebd10

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    Most Politicians aren't very bright...

    ...but they possess an innate cunning that enables them to do ANYTHING to get re-elected. Their moral compass is spinning wildly until it points at some action that will win them favor among the voters. The only things they understand is fear, and pain. The fear of being forced to live in the private sector, away from the power they crave, and the pain of having to live under the odious laws they enact.

    The ONLY way to get them to do anything is to threaten their continued membership in whatever organization they belong, whether it be the county commission or the US Senate. If you want an example of an organization that has done this exact thing, go to Oregon Firearms Federation
     
  4. beerslurpy

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    Either they have to recognize that they are separate countries with poor border security or they have to recognize that they are one country with too weak a central administration.

    lol federalism
     
  5. Standing Wolf

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    Yep. Well said.
     
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