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Thursday, October 14, 2010


First, it's not a mosque.
Second, they have a right to put it anywhere they want.
Third, It's not a mosque.
Fourth, the politics of fear must stop ruling our psyche at some point.
Fifth, did I mention that it's not a mosque.
Sixth, We all know what Bill O'Reilly is, so why give him the honor of walking off the set?
Seventh, don't we have more important issues to consider?
Eighth, Today on NPR Teabaggers were interviewed and said all manner of uninformed, simple-minded things. A teabagger candidate called her opponent a Marxist in a debate.  It's Joe McCarthy all over again.
Ninth, There was a magazine called "The Canon" in the chiropractors waiting room today.  It appeared to be a treatise on re-imagining education.

Tenth, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.

How unfortunate that this country is devolving into a theocracy ruled by hate and mistrust, and bent on electing conservatives naively creating it's destruction, who'll then look to find someone to blame. It'll likely be us.

And so it goes:

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